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    Senior Member Strapped-4-Cache's Avatar
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    I just had a very soft, very light package delivered to my desk.

    I'm hoping to have some time this weekend to give it a try and figure out how to hang it properly. Our cold weather is long gone until at least October or later, but I'm glad I'll be ready for it when it gets here.

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    Hey Mac,

    I know you probably have this info somewhere, but with the IX UQ's can you tell me what the rough temp ranges for them...?

    Specifically for WBBB in my case...

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    Quote Originally Posted by texashanger View Post
    ...with the IX UQ's can you tell me what the rough temp ranges for them...?
    The first layer could get you as low as 45... nesting the second layer with it could get you as low as 32.

    I have hung in 8*F with four or five layers, using hte IX Hammock Sock as the outer layer.

    Also, it depends on what you have on top. Too little on top will make you feel cold below.

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    Macaroni,
    How do you recommend packing the IX UQs: stuff? roll? fold?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RAW View Post
    How do you recommend packing the IX UQs: stuff? roll? fold?
    Yes!

    I have done all of the above. I favor loosely folding several times, then rolling into a tight cylinder, and stuffing that into a stuff sack and compressing the ends.
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    Any pics on one compressed?
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    Quote Originally Posted by FireFlyburns View Post
    Any pics on one compressed?
    TeeDee has posted one or two. The two layer IX UQ packs to about 1L. The Jerry Chairs are a little bulkier, with nylon coverings, but they are not much larger when stuffed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FireFlyburns View Post
    Any pics on one compressed?
    In this thread about the new IX Top Quilts, there is a picture of a two layer top quilt packed, but not really compressed, to about a gallon. The 2 layer IX TQ has more fabric than any of the IX UQs, so it is a lot larger when packed.
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    Do you have a price list for these underquilts?
    Some of my freight hopping adventures on film over at my YouTube Channel... Oh and there is other stuff there as well!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Widerstand View Post
    Do you have a price list for these underquilts?
    Please see the website for updated pricing info!

    In a couple of weeks, this will all be on the Tree to Trail Gear web site!

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