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    Nice information. I received my 20 degree Lynx last week. Nice to know it should keep me warm in most temps I will be hanging in (mostly low 30's to low 40's, then I switch to summer quilt).

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    I have had my lynx down to 17f so far and it was still very warm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yukon View Post
    I have had my lynx down to 17f so far and it was still very warm.
    What else where you using besides the Lynx? TQ size"? Any other cover? or UQP? Just curious. Nice to hear how low you can get.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Acer View Post
    What else where you using besides the Lynx? TQ size"? Any other cover? or UQP? Just curious. Nice to hear how low you can get.
    Just my 20* Mamba TQ, a pitch with the tarp low to the ground, and that's it. Now I have the Spindrift and expect I can take it a good bit lower...especially if I was to add a layer of reflectix or something...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yukon View Post
    I have had my lynx down to 17f so far and it was still very warm.
    Twenty or zero lynx?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ky chris View Post
    Twenty or zero lynx?
    20*, full length...

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    I got down to17 with my 20 full b but was using accf pad.
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