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    SnugFit UnderQuilt: Warmest Temps?

    I will be hanging in the mountains of upstate SC this weekend.
    The temperature at night will be between 55F and 65F.
    I know that my SnugFit has pulled me threw 7F before so,

    Q: I would like to know if the SnugFit UnderQuilt is to warm of a quilt for the temps that I am expecting.

    Any responces will be appreciated. Thank you in advance.

    I will be hanging in either a WarBonnet BlackBird or a WarBonnet Traveler.

    I will be using a JRB Hudson River with a sewn in foot box for a top quilt.

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    I'll be switching to my Snugfit when it gets down to about 45F, anything warmer than that and I prefer to use my 3/4 Unsponsored UQ
    I'd say at 65F you'll probably be too warm but 55F would be bearable for me

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    I'll be hanging in the mountains this weekend as well. I expect to sleep just fine in my WBBB and Snugfit.
    If you get too warm, you can always vent, but the mornings in the SC upstate have been very pleasantly cool lately.
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