4321Re: [Hammock Camping] Re: Air bladder for warmth?
- Jan 7, 2004Sounds like a potential application for Tyvek...?
--- Ray Garlington <rgarling@...> wrote:
> yes, it works but you'll want to have some=====
> lightweight foam or other
> material inside your bag to keep the warmest air
> near your body. The
> main improvement you will experience with a custom
> made airbag over
> commercial air matresses is the custom unit will be
> much lighter
> since the under-hammock bag doesn't have to support
> any weight.
> However, trashbags are good enough for a week-long
> --- In email@example.com, "Sesa"
> > Instead of a down underquilt, would an air bladder
> work? I don't
> > an air mattress, I was thinking along the lines of
> an industrial air
> > bladder, custom made, if I could find a company to
> make an
> > one. Thoughts?
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