This is another innovation from Warbonnet Outdoors. A 2/3 under quilt. It covers you from the shoulders to about the knees. Like their Blackbird Hammock it’s a winner. Innovative, functional and light.
It has kept me just as warm as my Jacks R Better No Sniveller at about 3/4 the weight. JRB No Sniveller 20.1 oz, BB Yeti 12.5 oz. It also packs down smaller. It’s all black shell is 1.1 dwr ripstop. It has 800+ fill goose down, measures 40W x46L and is on sale for $175.
The shock cord hanging method keeps it nice and tight around the hammock. It even worked well for me in 40 MPH winds one night. You do need something to insulate from your knees down. But, you may already have an item in your pack that will serve the purpose. Like say, the pack itself. Most packs have a cushy back panel that works great as under leg insulation.
I use a NeoAir small that I have along as a chair in conjunction with the Big Agnes Chair Kit. It’s a little big to go under my legs, so I fold it over and deflate it down quite a bit. (I also use the NeoAir as a flotation device for cruising mountain lakes.) For under leg warmth you could also use a piece of the standard blue foam cut to size or a Thermarest Lite Seat. Or even Reflectix.
I found no down side to the Yeti. It’s now a regular part of my kit.
BTW, at press time the Yeti was not listed on Warbonnet’s website. But, just email Brandon and request one. You may have to wait a bit. It’s a small place. And people like their products. update: Great new website at Warbonnet now includes Yeti and much more!