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Asking a question like that provokes different views, so here is mine. As I see it, it is a little hard to predict what is going to happen. You might get wet. But then again: It might work. The tent construction is not bad for your idea. You have one very small vestibule and one bigger vestibule, both along the sides of the tent. This might give you the ...


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Yes, there are definite problems when your sleeping gear is slightly too wide for the tent. I speak of personal experience here. I have a single-person throw tent from Decathlone, which is rather small, and I once used it with a noname inflatable mattress (which is also higher than a light pad of the type you have, I must add). I don't know the exact ...


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If you only need the extra width for your elbows, try a sleeping pad with wings. This is a common practice in hammock camping, because the elbows tend to get chilly when pressed up against the hammock fabric. There are lots of hammock pads with built-in wings, but if you buy one of these be sure it's also good for sleeping on the ground. They often come with ...


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The best approach would be to measure it - pitch the tent at home and see how bit it is at ground level, with and without trying to stretch it. A mock sleeping mat made from cardboard packaging would allow you to consider the length as well, and whether you've got room for everything you want in the inner tent. But also try to measure the pad inflated ...


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