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    GoLite 3-season Quilts - $150-$160

    TheClymb.com has GoLite 3-season quilts, reg and long on sale for $150-$160 respectively. Get them while they're hot!!

    www.theclymb.com.



    BTW... this should be posted in the "Hot Deals" section


    EDIT - Instead of sending a PM to me for an invite, just click on the link below and fill in your info:
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    Sorry I forgot you need an invite if you aren't already a member. PM me with your email address for an invite if you are interested.

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    Is the long still avail. ?

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    QTY = 30pcs as of 9:30pm EST

    I just checked and they have 30PCS according to their website stock.

    They had 70-something when I checked earlier around lunch time today.

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    are they sold out or am i just not looking in the right spot?

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    Still shows stock for me? 29 available now

    http://www.theclymb.com/1949/show-product/2880

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    Quote Originally Posted by Distortedaxis View Post
    Still shows stock for me? 29 available now

    http://www.theclymb.com/1949/show-product/2880
    ah ok thanks. i'm guessing this would be pretty overkill for for mostly summer use? i'm 6' tall and the sizing says regular will fit UPTO 6'. if i bought this, should i go with the regular or long?

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    I have no experience with this particular model. I had a Golite Ultra 20 quilt for a while and found it to be good down to about 25-30 degrees. Still a great quilt mind you.

    The Golite Ultralite 20 that the clymb is offering is supposed to be the newer redesigned model (more down = more weight) but closer to it's 20 degree rating and now made from recycled material -- OOOooo, Aaahhhh... In any case, summer in BC? It's still cool at night, and for the price this quilt should work perfect as a 3-season cover for anywhere north of the Mason-Dixon line.

    I'm 5'11" and I found the long to fit me very well in the Ultra 20. IF the sizing is the same, I'd probably go with the long version if I were you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Distortedaxis View Post
    I have no experience with this particular model. I had a Golite Ultra 20 quilt for a while and found it to be good down to about 25-30 degrees. Still a great quilt mind you.

    The Golite Ultralite 20 that the clymb is offering is supposed to be the newer redesigned model (more down = more weight) but closer to it's 20 degree rating and now made from recycled material -- OOOooo, Aaahhhh... In any case, summer in BC? It's still cool at night, and for the price this quilt should work perfect as a 3-season cover for anywhere north of the Mason-Dixon line.

    I'm 5'11" and I found the long to fit me very well in the Ultra 20. IF the sizing is the same, I'd probably go with the long version if I were you.

    The dimensions for these quilts are supposed to be the same as the old Ultra 20, which is what I have, but like Jason said, more down to make it a truer temp rating. I'm 6'1 and have the long, which I like because it gives me more than enough room to cover my head.

    These quilts are also nice because they are built slightly wider than most quilts on the market so for bigger guys, side sleepers or tossers this is a good quilt for you. The price is also very right too.

    BTW - Where do you guys see the quantity remaining?

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    OK all. I've been trying to respond to everyone as the PMs came in. Sorry but I was on a flight from Tokyo to DC for the last 18 hrs or so and apologize for the delay. Some also mentioned that they never received a formal invite email.

    After sending out this last round of PMs, I noticed the following:

    "Email, IM, or post your personal invite link: http://www.theclymb.com/invite-from/MarcKokosky " So I am assuming you can click on the link and it'll also allow you to sign up so you won't have to PM me. I just checked the link. It looks like you give your name, email address, create a password and you should be good to go.

    Please comment on whether and how it works. It's been a while since I myself signed up so I can't remember exactly. Good luck!
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