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Re: [Hammock Camping] Re: under-padding or insulation?

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  • Scott
    Yes, I would take something. It can still get pretty chilly at night. I always have my insulation on my hammock because without it I just get too cold. Most
    Message 1 of 3 , Jul 7, 2007
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      Yes, I would take something. It can still get pretty chilly at night. I
      always have my insulation on my hammock because without it I just get too
      cold. Most of my trips are in the mountains of Virginia and West Virginia.

      --
      Scott
      www.HikeHaven.com
      www.AntiFuel.com

      Minds are like parachutes, they only function when they are open.

      On 7/7/07, Coy <starnescr@...> wrote:
      >
      > somewhere around 60 F for most folks. At 70 F it is still a good idea
      > as you might get cool if it is breezy. The other day while hiking with
      > Youngblood I got cold at around 70 but I was wet from swimming when we
      > stopped for an afternoon rest break. You ask about padding so I'd say
      > you wont need much insulation in WV at this time of year but I'd take
      > something. A thin 1/4 in ccf pad has worked fine for me in summer. I
      > got a little condensation but no more than when using a ccf pad on the
      > ground. BTW, I was using a Big Agnes Dualcore (a 0 F simi inflatable
      > pad) on this last trip and I sweated a little both nights but still did
      > not have any major condensation issues. YMMV. Have a great trip!
      >
      > Coy Boy
      >


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