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    Quote Originally Posted by Shapeshifter View Post
    Thanks for that! Very helpful.. do you know where I could get a cheap synthetic underquilt from? Also, sorry but what is a 'rip stop' and where do you get it... assuming it is a fabric similar to what is used for the weathershield? Thanks!
    Look no further than here. http://www.mollymacpack.com/new.html

    I own one (among others) and this would be my first choice for Costa Rica. They are super light weight and have kept me warm down to the 40s. They are synthetic so would be good for the rainy tropics. It's my go to summer quilt which can easily be supplemented with a pad if the temps dropped below your comfort level.

    What kind of temps are you anticipating?

    Miguel

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    i saw a synthetic underquilt for 85 bucks...but can't remember where from, ill try to find it again

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miguel View Post
    Look no further than here. http://www.mollymacpack.com/new.html

    I own one (among others) and this would be my first choice for Costa Rica. They are super light weight and have kept me warm down to the 40s. They are synthetic so would be good for the rainy tropics. It's my go to summer quilt which can easily be supplemented with a pad if the temps dropped below your comfort level.

    What kind of temps are you anticipating?

    Miguel

    Hi Miguel. Thank you! Hopefully I won't need an underquilt for this trip but wanted to know about where people go them in case I need it for cooler weather uses for other times. Temps should not drop below 60 degrees.. Thanks for the link!!!
    Last edited by Shapeshifter; 04-11-2011 at 21:37.

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    Quote Originally Posted by keikepono View Post
    i saw a synthetic underquilt for 85 bucks...but can't remember where from, ill try to find it again

    That sounds good! If you do let me know..

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