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    Senior Member Lamboy's Avatar
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    The waiting is the hardest part.

    I have not purchased a big piece of gear in several years. I pulled the trigger on a custom 20 degree Serrano with a few bells and whistles. It is my first loco libre quilt. Haven’t been this excited in quite some time. Anyone else waiting on new gear?

    Heres mine. I chose the colors because it reminds me of molten lava coming out of volcanos and hardening on top as it cools and moves.

    Size: 75" - WIDE width 800 fill power duck down
    Outer Shell Color: Black Argon 90
    Inner Shell Color: Burnt Orange Argon 90
    Outer Stitching Color: Orange
    Inner Stitching Color: Match Inner Fabric Color
    Neck Draft Collar: Yes Please!
    Taper: 10" Full Taper
    Foot Box Style: Insulated "Hot Box" Foot Box
    Extra Down: 2 ounces 800 duck down
    Dee Ring Pad Attachment: Yes Please, I Sleep On A Pad

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    Senior Member georgecarr's Avatar
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    Yep, me too. I am anxiously awaiting the delivery of a Loco Libre UQ. 0-degree jungle pepper. 900 goose down with 3oz of extra 900 goose down. I think that should keep me pretty warm

    Hey Lamboy, when did you order yours? Mine was ordered on Oct 28th I think. If you ordered yours first can I have your spot in line? Haha...
    Last edited by Medicpathetic; 11-10-2019 at 13:39.

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    Senior Member Lamboy's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Medicpathetic View Post
    Yep, me too. I am anxiously awaiting the delivery of a Loco Libre UQ. 0-degree jungle pepper. 900 goose down with 3oz of extra 900 goose down. I think that should keep me pretty warm

    Hey Lamboy, when did you order yours? Mine was ordered on Oct 28th I think. If you ordered yours first can I have your spot in line? Haha...
    It was. Sure if you pay for mine

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    Senior Member Lamboy's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by georgecarr View Post
    You got that right

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    I just ordered a ghostpepper 0 degree TQ w/ 2 extra oz. of 800 fill. This is my first major purchase. I'm on the road to building a rig. This weekend I plan to order the Warbonnet Yeti 0 degree UQ with extra down if I can. I'm actually having to donate plasma to afford all of this! Lol! I still have to get a pack, a tarp, a Darien and a Chameleon! This stuff is addicting! I love it!
    Psalm 118:24 This is the day the Lord has made! I will rejoice and be glad!

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    I just ordered material for an underquilt repair, a new underquilt, and a hammock from ripstopbytheroll, and yes. The wait will kill me. I'm pretty sure that the shorter the wait, the shorter your patience level.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Medicpathetic View Post

    Hey Lamboy, when did you order yours? Mine was ordered on Oct 28th I think. If you ordered yours first can I have your spot in line? Haha...
    Sorry, but ya'll gotta wait for me to get my 0-degree Habanero ordered back on Oct. 2nd! But, I don't mind waiting for such a fabulous quilt..... much.
    There are two kinds of people in the world: those who say there are two kinds of people, and all the others.

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    Senior Member Lamboy's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by El Gordo View Post
    Sorry, but ya'll gotta wait for me to get my 0-degree Habanero ordered back on Oct. 2nd! But, I don't mind waiting for such a fabulous quilt..... much.
    Too true. I really wish more people posted pics of their quilts. It is nice to see the variety out there. Surely mine will be out the door in the next two weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lamboy View Post
    Too true. I really wish more people posted pics of their quilts. It is nice to see the variety out there. Surely mine will be out the door in the next two weeks.
    I have 3 LLG quilts, but this is the only one I have pics of. The other 2 are a 50° set from the Operator series.

    -20° Carolina Reaper: 900FP +3oz, Black Argon 90 outer with orange stitching, Burnt Orange Argon 67 inner with black stitching, orange grosgrain trim. It's a hefty quilt, to be sure. Almost time to bring it out for the season!






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