- Keep your underquilt clean and dry.
- Retain warmth in your underquilt on windy and/or rainy days.
In winter, the outer layer of the underquilt may become wet by moisture in the air. The underquilt protector can block water vapor, allowing water vapor to condense on the protector's outer surface instead of the underquilt. This will help with more warmth, and keep the underquilt dry.
The wind resistance will also help the underquilt hold in a little more heat normally lost to the wind. And lastly, in very warm conditions, when an underquilt is not needed, the UQP can be used as a barrier to keep bugs from getting to you through the bottom of the hammock, and can also control the cold back syndrome that occurs near dawn. Avoid mosquitoes to bite through hammock fabric. Block wind in summer deep night.
Function as a hammock double skin:
- Avoid mosquito bites through hammock fabric.
- Block wind on summer nights.
It’s too hot to camping with an underquilt in summer. But without an underquilt, you will worry that the cool breeze in the middle of the night will make you catch a cold. Our hammock double skin will block wind on your back on summer nights.
Also with Onewind hammock double skin, you never worry about the mosquito bite through one layer of hammock fabric.
Each end has ample shock cording to attach to the hammock suspension.
|Hammock Double Skin Set Up Use Alligator to connect to Hammock||Underquilt Protector Set Up Use the hook to connect to the underquilt||
1.1oz Nylon Silk Skin fabric
Ultralight, Soft and smooth
Lightweight and Compact:
Package Size: 2.8"*6"