Not wanting to thread drift too far here, but there are greenbriar thorns and sharp shell fragments aplenty in some places I trip. I inspect the tent area, but even a sharp pine cone prickle fragment could be weighted pad deflation deadly. I’m thinking about incorporating a secondary puncture resistant ground cloth, to use as extra protection when sharps conditions merit.
Great point Mike. I use a heavy but effective 7x7 ground cloth in my bed roll, egyption cotton high thread count and water proof, it keeps wet, damp ground off me and protects from sharp stuff. Also, my Lean 1 plus has no floor, nor does my Wintertrekker.