19531Re: which is best, inflatable or foam sleeping mat
- Nov 8, 2008Thanks for the reply, I shall be hammock camping and the temp will be
around 2 - 8c. The sleeping bag has a comfort rating of 0c. Dont
know quite what you mean by car camping but if that means driving to
the camp site then yes, thats what i am doing.
Look forward to hearing your responses
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "C C Wayah" <ccwayah@...> wrote:
> Are you car camping or backpacking and what are the expected night
> wind? Are you using a hammock or sleeping on the ground?
> Does your backpack require a tubular rolled foam mat inserted for
> IF car camping and lying on the ground I'd take both matts, If you are
> getting into cold weather say under 50-45F degress in a hammock I'd
> both matts for the added warmth and a mylar blanket just in case you
> really cold.
> Have you tested your sleeping bag for it;s warmth for your own
> at the temps you expect to be camping..
> In other words your reqirements need to match the weather conditions
> ---- Original Message -----
> From: "sjedwardson" <sam.edwardson@...>
> To: <email@example.com>
> Sent: Saturday, November 08, 2008 6:44 PM
> Subject: [Hammock Camping] which is best, inflatable or foam
> >I am going camping next weekend in the uk and have seen differing
> > advice as to using either a thermarest style mat or the original foam
> > style for placing under you for the night. Anyone else have any good
> > experiences/advice?
> > Thanks
> > Sam
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