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    Leigh's 2/3 UQ 3 Season available

    Leigh's 2/3 UQ 3 season quilts

    Leigh has caught up with orders and is out of school for the summer


    The UQ is 42" x 48" and weighs average of 12.8 oz as pictured. This includes the (4) linelocs, (2) cord locks, and end channel shockcord Quilt is made with 2" baffles that produce a minimum of 2.5" of loft. Center chambers will have even more loft. The quilt is overstuffed by 25% with 800+fp down and diff cut. The chambers vary in size to help keep insulation around shoulders and provide more loft in torso area.





    The end adjustments are from the corner to the center to help eliminate the cord clutter and also adds another attachment point if needed.



    Leigh has added linloc3 adjusters to each corner to make these adjustments much easier. You can easily reach out and vent quilt or tighten with these adjusters.



    There are three tieouts on each side to help with attaching to asym hammocks. If you need to attach to a different point you can just attach a cord between the loops and attach to hammock at any point on quilt.



    You should be able to use this quilt from the mid 20's and up. I think the 2" baffle quilts are the most versatile for most users. They are easy to vent in warmer weather, the low end covers the temps that most people hammock camp in, and the weight is reasonable to pack.

    Remember that the use of a pad is required for full coverage. The size of the pad will vary according to the temps and the user.

    The quilts will come with a basic stuff sack made from black silnylon

    Price is $150 shipped. Paypal preferred but will take other forms of payment. Please post interest in this thread and PM for payment info.

    If you tell us what hammock you plan on using we can customize the suspension cords etc to match your hammock.

    The colors available now are coyotebrown/black or olive green/black. These will be the standard color combos going forward. Below are some pics of quilts available.










    Leigh also has a couple summer quilts for available in this thread
    http://www.hammockforums.net/forum/s...ad.php?t=16810

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    I saw and felt coolday's in the Linville Gorge .... very nice UQ!!!!
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    I saw and felt coolday's in the Linville Gorge .... very nice UQ!!!!
    Thanks for the nice words. Cooldays was one of the earlier models. Her V2 quilts are even better. But I am biased Varying the chamber sizes and adding more to the differential are 2 things that the V2 quilts have improved.

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    I just recently got one of these in, and they are very well made. I was using a Thermarest pad, and wow, moving to an UQ made all of the difference for comfort. With the triangle suspension system Hangnout invented for the Blackbird, it works beautifully and the UQ stays where you put it. The coyote brown and black look like it was made for the WBBB 1 oz fabric. I'm lovin' it, and what a great deal. Hangnout was excellent to work with.

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    I would like to know more, PM sent. Thanks

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    Leigh's UQs are beautifully made and highly adjustable. Hangnout goes above and beyond to make sure all is well. I had issues getting things right with my SB but he stuck with me until we figured it out. I especially like the 'from the hammock' adjustable linelocs and the extra tabs along the length on both sides are very handy for dialing it in on a Switchback. This is my first UQ and I picked a winner to start with!
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    The 3 season quilts are taking about a week at this time. PM if you want to be on the list and your color preference.

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    do you happen to have a photo of one packed? or dimensions of one packed?
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    I don't have one to take a pic of right now but I had a similar question in Feb in another thread. The link below will show the quilt in a small stuff sack with a nalgene bottle for reference. The stuff sack that comes with the quilt now would be slightly taller than the one pictured. I don't stuff mine very small but the quilt is very compressible

    http://www.hammockforums.net/forum/s...2&postcount=11

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