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    the jar bridge river underquilt came in the mail today

    the jar bridge river underquilt came in the mail today.it is a very impressive quilt.very lofty and very light weight for being synthetic insulation.i am tempted to buy another one lol.very well made.great quilt and a great priceneo
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    I own 3 of them....1 1Season and 2 3Season

    Great UQ. For me they are a 3/4 length & for my wife they are a full length
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    Nice piece of gear - congrats! Looking to break mine in some as well soon.
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    I got one as a gift for a buddy and he left it with me after our last trip out together. For someone who got sold on down young, I really like it a lot, found it to be light and can pack down fairly small. I still don't think I'd use synthetic insulation in my own kit but, but I'm no longer completely close minded to it primarily due to this underquilt.
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    i like it so much i just ordered a 2nd one for me today.the one that came in the mail yesterday was for my youngest son
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    Thumbs up

    i used mine for the first time last night... down to 39 degrees and i was still comfy....

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    i think the jarbridge uq quilt is the best synthetic non down quilt i have ever seen.neo
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    I am looking to get my first UQ. I found the AHE Jawbidge River UQ and it looks like a great combination of size, weight , temp rating and cost. I also am considering a 3/4 quilt from Wilderness Logics, but even on sale it is $160 where as the Jawbidge is $100.
    I think I may have to just give this AHE a shot.

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    slept with my 3 season one down to 50 with no top insulation. It took a little bit to get used to the sideways fit on the WBBB, but if you hook your foot underneath the suspension shock cord like shug shows in one of his videos, it stays in place very well.

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    Got one a few weeks back and am impressed with the quality. had it just under 40f and the only issues I had were due to my still learning to hang it correctly.
    Once everything warmed up around me i slept right through the night. For a synthetic it packs down well enough.
    Haven't had any issues thus far with movement on either the DD or the nano7 altho it seems better suited to the nano as it wraps around almost the entire hammock.

    Can anyone with the 1S give me a weight please ?

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