LOL, synthetic insulation is measured by weight, not loft. The climashield weighs 5oz/sq. yard. There are different weights of Climashield as well (5oz, 3.7oz, 3.4oz, 2oz) The 5oz is rated to 20*F, and the 3.7 is rated to 30*F. People often want to compare down and synthetic with loft, but you can't, different synthetics have different insulative properties, that is why they are compared by weights. In the same since though, Climashield is a better insulator than Primaloft, so 5oz Climashield insulates better than 5oz Primaloft. That is why cheap wal-mart bags are big, but do not insulate well, they use cheaper synthetics. Down is completly different, it is still based on weight kind of, such as how many ounces of down, but then you get into the fill power side, where 500fp only insulates 500 cu. in./oz., and 900fp insulates 900 cu. in./oz. My quilt weighs 23oz. including the stuff sack. I hope this helps.
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