- I have used a lot of pads since then... but if I remember rigtht, the WalMart Pad is quite sticky , much like the wider, thinner Target Pad. RickMessage 1 of 57 , Aug 31, 2003View SourceI have used a lot of pads since then... but if I remember rigtht, the
WalMart Pad is quite "sticky", much like the wider, thinner Target Pad.
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> > Rick said
> > >With two pads and a Garlington Insulator, I slept through
> > >a 5 F (-15 C) night with blustry winds last winter.
> > How did this work?
> > Were the pads windproof, and if they were then don't you have a
> > problem with condensation when the wind dies down?
> > --David (who doesn't understand how to get by without a windproof
> > barrier along the sides of the hammock that lets ventilation come
> > through the bottom of the hammock)
> How did you connect the pads without them sliding around on each
> Take care,
- Looks very nice. _____ From: Chet Clocksin [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] Sent: Friday, September 12, 2003 5:55 AM To: email@example.com IMessage 57 of 57 , Sep 12, 2003View Source
Looks very nice.