Danubian Sailor 5, 6 28 So maybe this is true and just seems contrary to what would work. Originally posted by Dave Vick: Lightweight, warm and feels feels nice on the skin. If the temperature outside is below the comfort range of your sleeping bag, you'll have to put some extra things on you, otherwise you risk hypothermia in best case - sleepless night. If I had taken all of those clothes off and put on the exact same clothes, but they were clean, I would have been warm. When camping in cold weather, some people say it is actually warmer to sleep naked than to sleep with clothes on.
From my experience - no way.
Now, depending on which stream they are in some may do Computer and Math classes and others test endurance all in the hope of shaping good citizens. Meanwhile, Katie Puccio, 22, opts for a crewneck sweatshirt and underwear, no pants. There is extensive practical experience with this at all altitudes and it works, even on ers. One reason is that simple experience. In the older Boy Scouts streams it is quite likely you find them sleeping in tents in weather below 25 degrees. I could use some advice here.