Re: [Hammock Camping] HH supershelter experiences sought
- Sheesh, how much does that setup weigh?
On 6/13/06, Stuhr, Tim <tstuhr@...> wrote:
> I have the HH Expedition with the SuperShelter.
> If you get the largest snakeskins you can close up the hammock, undercover
> and underpad in them, but they are snug. The tarp will need to be stored
> separately or in another set of snakeskins. You will still need some other
> pad below you to get down near or at freezing temperatures and I'm not sure
> another underpad will do it, and it certainly will not offer much comfort or
> protection on the ground. Each pad is only 1/4" open cell foam so it will
> compress a lot.
> I slept warm to the high 20's / low 30's with the undercover, underpad, a
> 3/4 length Thermarest Ultralight pad and a 20 degree down bag. Probably the
> same size closed cell pad will do about the same as the Thermarest. The
> extra padding can be put on top of the underpad instead of inside the
> hammock. I use a 9X9 Kelty tarp on top.
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Scott A. Macri
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