Originally Posted by Sparticus
I recently picked up a Nest from a member of the forum and I just ordered the 3-season quilt sent from Jacks R Better for when I hang with my son.
Questions is if anyone has tried doubled up Nests. I was thinking that for my solo winter trips I could use both Nests as under-quilts for those very cold nights. I know it is very subjective, but (leaving top insulation out of it, there are a lot of options there) how low do you think the temp could go and still stay warm?
Depending on whether you are a cold or warm sleeper... The two nests should be as equivalant or better than the winter nest that is rated for 0-10F.
I'm a cold sleeper and I have a winter nest and so far 20F is the lowest temp that I can sleep comfortably in. And thats with a baselayer, fleece top and bottom, wool socks, balaclava and hat. TQ was a 0 degree bag that I bought at Gander Mtn for cheap ($40).
My system is still a "work in progress". I hope to tweak it so I can get to 0F next season.