Pad materials: was Re: Big pads
- --- In email@example.com, "dshuby" <shubitow@c...> wrote:
> This pad however, really wraps around you and is aboutI've been doing some searching for the material that is used on the
> impossible to move around inside the hammock. Other pads I've tried
> have been too slippery and not insulative enough
ThermaRest and similar products. This is a decent compomise of
sticky and slick. I haven't been successful in finding any that I
could buy. Does anyone here know of where one could purchase a non-
slip, heatsealable fabric like the Staytek?
If this material were bonded to one side of a blue foam pad, that pad
wouldn't slide around on the hammock fabric but would allow the
sleeper to move around without feeling glued into place.
Just an idea.
- But just think. The ultimate under quilt. If you could just get the
bear to stay there all night.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "dunangus73"
> --- In email@example.com, David Andersonthe
> <danderson@b...> wrote:
> > At 09:52 AM 8/25/2003 -0400, you wrote:
> ...there was a bear standing under his hammock, licking the seat
> > where something dripped. The ends of his fur were just rubbing
> bottom of his bag and the bear was totally ignoring him.9'
> Anyone know where I can get a one of those bear canisters in in a
> by 4' size that I can string up between a couple of trees andcrawl
> inside? Forget lightweight hammocking, I think it's time to go
> Take care,