Hey guys and gals!
I'm currently narrowing down the choices for quilts and I thiiiiiiiink i've got some good choices lined up. I'm looking for opinons/insight and anything critical is welcome as long as it leads me in the right direction. (and thanks ahead of time!)
The main hanging time will be 3season hiking/camping trips. I'm looking for lightweight/compression without spending an arm and a leg. Most of the hiking/hanging will be in spring and summer.
First choices for UQs- I'm pretty sure I've decided on a 3/4 or 2/3 UQ for weight savings (and my feet don't normally get cold, also using the footbox in a WBBB)
Hammockgear.com 3/4 Pheonix looks pretty **** nice- my question on this is the 3season or the summer? Is there that big of a difference, and even if so, will the 3 season be tooo hot in the summer? (Will I even bring it in the middle of summer? haha)
For UQ's I really like the quality of these and have searched around a little, and can't find anything in quality goose down that compares in price/weight ratio (155 bucks ain't bad, ya'll). (please let me know if I'm missing something out there!)
for TQs- I think if I get a really good quality UQ, I can go with a summer style TQ like the Pheonix Summer TQ (also liking the price/weight ratio here for quality goose down)
The only other TQ I've seen that compares in weight/price ratio is the DPhammock TQ. It's synthetic "Cozy" insulation (I have no idea what this stuff is and have tried to research, some help here would be awesome- contacted DP website but no response yet). The price is what really drives this home for me, very affordable (90 bucks and just over 1lb?!?!).
Thanks again guys/gals, and any insight/criticism/opinions/suggestions are very welcome!