RE: [Hammock Camping] Psolar Balaclava in a hammock (or a tent)
MessageThanks for the update on the Psolar Risk. It sounds very promissing--keep us informed as your test prgresses...Ed-----Original Message-----Just a note about the Psolar balaclava. I have been using the head
From: Risk [mailto:ra1@...]
Sent: Wednesday, December 03, 2003 12:52 PM
Subject: [Hammock Camping] Psolar Balaclava in a hammock (or a tent)
gear in my cold weather experiments and have been very favorably
impressed with the reduction in condensation inside the hammock.
Even with the TravelPod completely closed last night, there was no
frozen and no liquid condensation that I could find anywhere near my
head this morning. This was on a night with not much wind.
The filter on the balaclava works by collecting moisture from the
exhaled breath and then moistening the inhaled breath. It can be used
when mouth breathing or nose breathing, as long as the balaclava is
over the nose.
I have no connection with the company, except that I am evaluating it
for the Backpack Gear Test group right now.
The BGT tests have just begun. They can be followed here:
The Psolar web page is here:
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