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    Wilderness Logics degree rating for "summer quilts"?

    Does anyone know what the rating is for the Wilderness Logics summer series that Marty sold? I'm starting to get a mishmash collection of tq's & uq's and I'm trying to get a more cohesive kit.

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    Best I can recall, they were rated for 40 degrees. I had a XXLSSTQ that was rated at 40, and slept in it in the low 30's and was very happy!
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    Would love to have that one back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peppy View Post
    Best I can recall, they were rated for 40 degrees. I had a XXLSSTQ that was rated at 40, and slept in it in the low 30's and was very happy!
    What were you sing for an uq? I used the summer combo and was a little cold when it was mid 30's, the 2nd night I put a sit pad under me and was fine, slept 12 hrs.

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    I thought the summer set was 50 degrees.

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    I got my SSUQ at the beginning of last summer and I believe its rated to 40. I remember because I was surprised something so small and light could keep me warm down that low. I have a summer series and a 15* UQ, both of them premium, from Marty and I think of them as collectors items. I baby them big time.

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    Looking at archived page history, it appears they were rated for 40º during the last page crawl...

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    https://web.archive.org/web/20180127...-QUILT-BSQ.htm

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    https://web.archive.org/web/20180224...QUILT-BSUQ.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete02093 View Post
    What were you sing for an uq? I used the summer combo and was a little cold when it was mid 30's, the 2nd night I put a sit pad under me and was fine, slept 12 hrs.
    Everyone sleeps a little different. Mid 30's and a little cold ain't bad for a 40° quilt. I was using a full sized UQ rated for 40° with 2 ounces of overfill.
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    IIRC, Marty claimed the older ones good to 45 degrees, then a few years ago, he switched to 900fp and lowered the rating to 40.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clisbyclark View Post
    IIRC, Marty claimed the older ones good to 45 degrees, then a few years ago, he switched to 900fp and lowered the rating to 40.
    I bought my set last June. So that would be 900 fill? Do you know if that is goose or duck down?

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