I guess this is more of a prep question, but I’m going to be using what I find here for cold weather camping this winter to test it, so I thought it would be alright to ask my question here. Unless you have a cart there is only so much you can take in a INCH/BOB. I have a solid Wiggy’s FTRSS bag and a multi layered system for clothes, but northern Utah it can get pretty cold at night in the winter. I feel the need to carry one more item to supplement them just in case. Last week I started a thread to find a small emergency blanket/bivy for a kit I’m carrying to work. I like the Escape and the V2, but I’m looking for something more durable for long term/repeated use. My clothing system is thermals, light wool Ibex shirt, fleece, and a shell. That will cover me if I’m moving, but anyone who’s sat in a tree stand knows it’s a different story when you stop moving. My goal is to find something to carry with me to use as an article of clothing around camp or to keep me warmer while I sleep if it gets extremely cold. -Great coat like a heavier puff jacket, Boreal shirt, or Fred G. Asbell? -Versatile blanket/poncho liner like Kifaru Woobie or HPG Mountain Serape? -Just a wool blanket and cut a hole in the middle my head could go through? - Rumpl Blanket?