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Re: Foam vs cell foam pads

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  • joe_ulrich
    The JRB Nest uses drawcords to cinch the ends. If you re gonna cut up an old bag, you could do something similar. Peace, Joe ... around, but ... from Ed and
    Message 1 of 10 , May 23, 2005
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      The JRB Nest uses drawcords to cinch the ends. If you're gonna cut
      up an old bag, you could do something similar.

      Peace,
      Joe

      --- In hammockcamping@yahoogroups.com, LivNLrn3R@a... wrote:
      > Joe says his experience is that pads aren't big enough and move
      around, but
      > I'm very close to ordering one of the new segmented pad extenders
      from Ed and
      > expecting that should solve that problem? Whoever's been testing
      this product,
      > do you find you need to put anything sticky-ish on the bottom to
      make sure it
      > stays put? Cuz it's a WHOLE lot cheaper & lighter than getting the
      Nest.
      >
      > But along the idea of the Nest, I have an older 40 degree bag that
      I wouldn't
      > mind cutting up to do some kind of underquilt. I haven't been
      paying much
      > attention to all the "make your own" posts cuz I wasn't going
      there, but I forgot
      > about this bag in the garage. I'm thinking I'll need darts to get
      the kind of
      > fit for my HH to make it cozy up close underneath? Anyone
      experienced with
      > this? Jeff, I know you make stuff, may I have your site again?
      >
      > Thanks,
      > Becki
      >
      >
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