I plan on purchasing both a JRB No Sniveller (overquilt) and a Hudson River Quilt (underquilt) in the near future, but am interested in the temp ratings. I've been told by one of the Jacks that these quilts are rated down to the low 30s.
But I'm not sure what that means. Does that means low 30s when sleeping with long johns? Or is that low 30s with long johns and a fleece? Or is it low 30s with both, plus a high loft insulation layer?
I know that comfort in the cold is dependent on each individual, but I'm wondering if I was layered up if I could take these quilts to the ~mid-high teens . . .
What are your experiences with these quilts? I'd also be interested in hearing from those with experience with the Nest and NS as well, as the Nest is essentially the same quilt as the Hudson River, just made for the HH.