Re: [Hammock Camping] Digest Number 761
- Something about adding circulation THROUGH your insulation doesn't
make sense to me. But, if it works, who am I to argue?
Bill in Houston
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Iron Llama <iron_llama@y...>
> I saw something about this on one of the make-your-own-gear pages.The author
> took his cc foam pad and poked a bunch of holes in it with a thin-walle brass
> tube, to allow for drainage an air circulation. The idea doesn'tlook bad (to
> this neophyte, anyway) but I don't know how well it would work.The URL is
> > SO...is there a way to use a CC pad without the moisture
> > Like use a Nest-Pad-No Sniveller-Hammock-Sleeping Bag setup, sothe
> > first one could move the moisture while the pad keeps you warm?Or
> > would the pad's firmness cause air gaps inside the quilts? Wouldstop
> > the outside quilt even be of any use since the pad would likely
> > any body heat from getting trapped in the outside one? I guessit
> > would still be good on the edges where the pad doesn't cover.
> > Anyway would this cause condensation in the first quilt, since
> > you'll essentially have a vapor barrier around it?
> > Jeff