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  1. #11
    mbiraman's Avatar
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    I only have the JRB HR and its a great quilt. Like someone else said, you really can't go wrong with any of the top quilts that have been mentioned.
    " The mind creates the abyss, the heart crosses it."

    “The measure of your life will not be in what you accumulate, but in what you give away.” ~Wayne Dyer

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    Love my JRB Hudson River for chilly nights. And a synthetic I made for 40* and up.

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    Senior Member Triptease's Avatar
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    I have the older, Maui Blue Go Lite Ultra for most of my 3-season camping. When it gets into the winter I love my Marmot Helium sleeping bag opened as a quilt. When it is fluffed up and open, it is so wide that I can practically double it up on top of me and easily takes me down to 0.

    I bought a Black Mamba and LOVED it, but it was just too small for my large frame. I like to have the quilt wrap around me and the Mamba just wasn't wide enough... but if I were smaller it would absolutely be my go-to in any situation.

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    Señor Member wisenber's Avatar
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    Favorite TQ!! That's like picking a favorite child!

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    Senior Member G.L.P.'s Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by wisenber View Post
    Favorite TQ!! That's like picking a favorite child!
    i was thinking more like my Fav wife
    It puts the Underquilt on it's hammock ... It does this whenever it gets cold

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    Senior Member Hangin'Yankee's Avatar
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    My DIY climashield quilt. It's light, good down to about 30 degrees and wide enough to handle all the thrashing around that I do while I'm exercising, I mean sleeping.

    Randy
    “Somebody told me it was frightening how much topsoil we are losing each year, but I told that story around the campfire and nobody got scared” - Jack Handy

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    Senior Member amac's Avatar
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    ...jrb....
    "Every minute outside ... is a good minute!" -> Calvin & Hobbes, 8/1/1993

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    I have the JRB Hudson River for 3 season and the Old Rag Mountain for winter. They work real well for me.

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    Senior Member animalcontrol's Avatar
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    DIY down Karo TQ...warm and light
    "Every day is a new day to a better future"
    "Of all the things that matter, that really and truly matter, working more efficiently and getting more done is not among them." ~ Mike Dooley
    "What if I told you that you couldn't have anymore of anything... No more friends, no more money, no more anything, until you first got happy with what you have?"~ Mike Dooley
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    Senior Member Coldspring's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hangin'Yankee View Post
    My DIY climashield quilt. It's light, good down to about 30 degrees and wide enough to handle all the thrashing around that I do while I'm exercising, I mean sleeping.

    Randy
    Same here, love my 17.2 oz DIY climashield/momentum quilt. Of course I sized it for ME and how I want one to fit with a gusset high up at my thighs! Fits like a glove!

    I've actually slept in the thing down to near freezing temperatures (3.7 Combat insulation) It was a long, chilly night, to say the least, but was glad I made it through.

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