Originally Posted by Inphenity
Is is possible to ship a quilt back to you to have some overstuff put in it Leigh?
I have a couple of Leigh's UQs.
I'd discourage putting her in a bind with a polite public answer. I'd urge you get a quilt to meet your temperature needs, selling the one you have. Why? $15-$20 in shipping and handling, RT. Then there's the cost to opening a seam for every one of the chambers. (Or cleverly incising every one, injecting down, and resealing, with an implied guarantee it looks good and will continue to perform.) Or maybe you have all the UQ warmth you need just by adding some $20-$30 long johns.
These are fine quilts, and as I was about to post elsewhere, Leigh's R&D team has come up with, the lightest and best mix and location of stretch and no-stretch UQ suspension parts. IMO, of course. I haven't pushed Leigh's 30F quilt with that suspension yet, but there was no loss of comfort @ 37F compared to some barely overstuffed 20F fractional UQs, Leigh's and one from HG.