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    Default Winter Top cover???

    Hoping to take the new hammock set up for a test run in few weeks...weather depending will either do 60+\~ miles in Roan mtn area or another FHT thru....debating if its worth buying the top cover for my Dutch chameleon with my 20* UQ and TQ? Assume similar to a bivi adds few degrees of warmth...$55.00 and 1.5oz....yea or naa....thoughts


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    Roan ridgeline expect surprise winter conditions till mid April. Or at least high chilly winds.

    Lower elevations may have a surprise chill for another month.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tennessee Viking View Post
    Roan ridgeline expect surprise winter conditions till mid April. Or at least high chilly winds.

    Lower elevations may have a surprise chill for another month.
    Yep...its been a few years back but froze my nads off in February near 12* in that area.......No exposed camp sites for me! Maybe I will spring for the top cover now that Im starting to remember that trip!!!.....


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