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  1. #11

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    You will love it!

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    Senior Member CamoEvo's Avatar
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    I have the 1 season. In it's sack, it weighs 15.3 oz. I added the triangle thingies to my cart and use those, some have had to add more shock cord to their setup. I was chilly one morning with a temp of 31*, I had on casual/athletic pants, a GoLite Wanatchee mid layer jacket, and a 40* LaFuma extreme bag on top. I've been meaning to do a review, I'll get around to it soon. So, I took it about 14* cooler than intended!

  3. #13
    Senior Member brazilianguy's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by hipbone View Post
    hey brazilianguy do you have a weight on your 1 season jarbidge?
    Unfortunately I don't have a scale at home... I'm going to see if I can borrow one, and report back.

    EDIT: NVM CameEvo answered the question

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    Here is the current running averages on the 1 season and the 3 season Jarbidges. You can see the pack size on our Jarbidge Set up video and on the Care and Cleaning video on our videos page that drops down below the contact us page of the site.


    1S 14.8oz
    3S 20.46oz

    Both are in and count the included stuff sack that weights in at about 3/4oz
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    Senior Member nuttysquirrel's Avatar
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    i love my jarbidge. VERY nice quilt for 100 bucks.

  6. #16
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    PM me if you live near Warrenton and we'll meet up so you can see a Jarbridge. I really like mine - perfect for this NOVA climate.
    Enjoying the simple things in life.
    Hennessey and DIY
    2 Seasons: Bug season and too cold for bugs

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    Senior Member Latitude918's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldpappy View Post
    PM me if you live near Warrenton and we'll meet up so you can see a Jarbridge. I really like mine - perfect for this NOVA climate.
    Do you have the one season or the 3 season?
    I solemnly swear that I am up to no good...

  8. #18
    oldpappy's Avatar
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    3 season with Apex.
    FYI - My personal thoughts are that the 1 season is great for the South. I camp between Va. and north west Pa. where the summer nights can get chilly. I've use the 3 season where the night lows were 65F - just put it off to the side early in the night if it is too hot and then pull it under you at 3AM for the chill down time.
    Enjoying the simple things in life.
    Hennessey and DIY
    2 Seasons: Bug season and too cold for bugs

  9. #19
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    Have the three season. Great quilt and totally unbeatable for the the price. It is a bit warm for the summer but, great well down into the the 30's for sure. Very durable for the weight as well. I would still probably go with the three season as far north as you are.
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    Senior Member Latitude918's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldpappy View Post
    3 season with Apex.
    FYI - My personal thoughts are that the 1 season is great for the South. I camp between Va. and north west Pa. where the summer nights can get chilly. I've use the 3 season where the night lows were 65F - just put it off to the side early in the night if it is too hot and then pull it under you at 3AM for the chill down time.
    If you had to do it again, would you get the 3 season, or just the 1 season? I see pros and cons to both.
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