Last TQ question from me....temp help please
ok, so with the new job i am lucky enough to get my quilts squared away, and im already pretty sure on a 20* UQ for "year round" use (never below freezing) but im worried the 20* TQ may be overkill. yes, in the summer heat i can use a poncho liner or something, and I might go to freezing or below on occasion, but im not a fan of camping in the cold unless its "destination" camping (ie: show up and setup, no hiking.)
anywho, would a 20* TQ with like, 16oz of down.(keep in mind its a BIG quilt to cover my big ass) and i DO NOT layer, i usually sleep nekid.....please keep that in mind (but not the mental image....)
I have an idea that ill just go with the 20 anyway, but still, put my mind at ease. i can only have one set of quilts ya know?
oh, if it makes a difference i think the outer shell of the TQ will be DWR, inner shell would be breathable.
Give a man fire and he's warm for the night.
Set a man on fire and he's warm for the rest of his life. Dante
Last edited by REV; 03-24-2012 at 03:45..