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    does the head hole in rocky mountain snivler cause a cold spot?

    does the head hole in the rocky mountain snivler cause a cold spot when used as an underquilt?

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    In short, no.
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    Definiteley not, as long as you remember to press the two sides of the velcro together. They do need that to adhere, contrary to normal velcro.

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