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    Quote Originally Posted by Cypheros View Post
    Just want to say that these arrived Tuesday. The pack-size was smaller than I expected, so that was a huge bonus.
    I haven't had these out in the wild yet, but I've been testing them out in my house. I keep the temp set to 65*F overnight, and I get hot if I tuck the TQ around me. The insulation value of these is way better than I expected, especially for their size. It will be a few weeks before I can get these out in the woods to test them, but I'm curious what temps these will push for me...I have a feeling 60*F is a little conservative.

    Overall, this was a SOLID purchase. Quality fit & finish on a well-made product.
    Awesome!! I just used my top quilt Monday night. I found when it's hot, like 70 or more, I open up the foot box and just use it like a blanket if needed. That keeps either my feet or my upper body vented nicely.


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    curlymaple42's Avatar
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    I just used my Recon quilt set in it's stuff sack as a pillow the other night. That worked great! It was 43 so too chilly for that set and I had it in my hammock trunk under my hammock and grabbed it for pillow duty. It's like having a high end down pillow!!! Love it!!

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    I spend more time making stuff than I do using it all!

    www.wildcherrywoodworks.com (my business)
    www.4alloutdoors.org (a friend's site I do reviews for)
    www.curlymaplechronicles.blogspot.com (my personal blog)

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    If only I had the spare bucks, we'd definitely add more LLG's to our stable!

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