RE: Hammock Camping Neat Sheet as bottom insulator
> I was thinking about the Neat Sheet, I think ShaneThey would work fine in that role, since they are windproof. They're a
> mentioned it before when talking about his pad. I own a
> couple of these for covering the car seats and playing at
> the park. Has anyone tried one as a bottom insulator
> (like the GI Taco)? I know they are waterproof, but are
> they wind proof also? IF so, since they only
> weigh 7 oz, it seems like a light option.
semi-vapor barrier too. In really cold weather, though, you'd want to have
something a little more - like the Garlington insulator. The Neat Sheet
would allow you to do this too.