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  1. #41
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    Haven't tested the limits yet, but the Sea To Summit Comfort Insulated (red one) is pretty darned comfortable with it's small cells and dual layer design. Heavy tho.

  2. #42

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    I have used a Klymit Static V insulated pad in my DL WBRR. On my last trip, I used a casualty blanket that I bought on eBay too. I put it into the pocket/sleeve (reflective sides out) below the pad. I have no way of knowing how much it helped, but I figured it must have done something because I wasn't cold at all (got down into the mid 40's). I plan on using that setup, along with the Spindrift sock I have for my late fall/early winter trips.

  3. #43
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    I side sleep part of the time too. There doesnít seem to be any consensus...everyone is shaped different and have different preferences. I canít side sleep in a GE so maybe a RR/pad combo could help.

  4. #44

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    I sleep better in my RR than my bed!

    Sent from my SM-N920T using Tapatalk

  5. #45
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    The ridgerunner is not the best side sleeping hammock out there, but a pad will certainly help you accomplish your goals. I like the Exped wide and tall pads. I have the Synmat 7 and the Downmat 9, Both are very warm and comfortable and they will fit the the RR sleeve. I use both pads and UQs. They both have their advantages and disadvantages. Don't let anyone fool you into thinking an UQ is the only way to go. Lots of us use pads with great success.
    Check out our Youtube page for some fun hammock videos https://www.youtube.com/c/LloydLiving

  6. #46
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mogollon Monster View Post
    The ridgerunner is not the best side sleeping hammock out there, but a pad will certainly help you accomplish your goals.
    What hammock is better?

  7. #47
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    Quote Originally Posted by drsolarmolar View Post
    Whatever pad you go with Iíd recommend at least 25Ē wide. Length would depend on how tall you are.
    I agree 100%. Get the widest one that will fit. I've tried pads and quilts with mine and prefer the pad. It's totally non fiddle, and reliably warm. You also don't have to woprry about the down getting wet and if you ever have to go to ground you have a nice comfy
    pad.

  8. #48
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    Quote Originally Posted by scrope View Post
    What hammock is better?
    Amok Draumr, or Luke's 90* hammock tent

  9. #49
    Mogollon Monster's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by scrope View Post
    What hammock is better?
    The Luxury Bridge is way better
    Check out our Youtube page for some fun hammock videos https://www.youtube.com/c/LloydLiving

  10. #50
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    So long as you don't have to carry it (car camping only) my favorite is the Wiggy's ground pad:

    https://www.wiggys.com/specials/ground-pad/

    They offer a pretty fat military discount. The pads are built like a tank (like all their other gear) so if you needed to go to ground in cold weather you're covered already. There's nothing to spring a leak and the R-value is pretty substantial. For extra comfort you can combine this with an inflatable pad to help push out the sides and get a bit flatter lay.

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