Originally Posted by neo
i used the summer quilt rated at 45 down to 24.5 degrees.as a top quilt.i did not have a lot of clothing on,just socks ,work pants,sweat shirt,down vest and stocking cap.the bottom line is was 20 degrees below its rating and i was still warm.
Hey neo, I used my 40* North Face Alleghany sb as a top quilt to 12* last weekend with no cold issues - does that mean I'm "frigid" like you?
I mean, have ice in my veins?
What were you using/were you using an UQ?