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    I went camping this past weekend. It was a Boy Scout OA event. Friday night reached 22 degrees F. I missed seeing what Sat. night's low was. Both night's I slept toasty. Sat. night I had to much on and had to come out of some clothes and my socks. Sure was a shocker when getting up to go from toasty to brrrrrr cold when I got up the next morning. I used my Underground UQ and my homemade TQ. I also had my silk sheet that draped over the inside ridgeline to trap moisture from my breathing. It was soaked the next morning.
    New Underground quilt worked and kept me toasty and that's how I want to sleep. I don't want to just have enough insulation that I survive, I want to enjoy that night's sleep and wake up refreshed and ready to go.

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    I'm sure you can compress it down small but it looks huge...

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    Used my 20f zepplin this weekend, pourfect. A thing of beauty. Paul obviously takes his time and pays attention to details. Pics to follow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jumpin Joe View Post
    I'm sure you can compress it down small but it looks huge...
    Yes, it is huge and Yes, it will go into it's stuff sack. When the sack is layed out flat, it measures about 14"x11". With the quilt in this stuff sack it would go even smaller if I used compression straps on the bag.

    This quilt came with a stuff sack and a storage sack. This weekend I put this quilt and my 0degree TQ into the storage sack. Then I compressed the ends and got it into my tote that I use for scout trips. It was impressive to see those two quilts come out of one sack.

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    It is gorgeous.
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    WOW! 21oz of down in a 60" quilt! That would take me down to like -30! That thing has gotta be like sleeping on a cloud.

    Looks great!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TinaLouise View Post
    I want to enjoy that night's sleep and wake up refreshed and ready to go.
    Glad it's doing its job for you, I know you've had problems in the past with getting cold so we might have gone a little overboard with 21 oz but as long as it works for you then it works for me... Thanks again...

    Quote Originally Posted by fuhgawee View Post
    Used my 20f zepplin this weekend, pourfect. A thing of beauty. Paul obviously takes his time and pays attention to details. Pics to follow.
    Thanks for the kind words, now I'll be looking for those pictures... Thanks again for the business...

    Quote Originally Posted by USMCStang View Post
    WOW! 21oz of down in a 60" quilt! That would take me down to like -30! That thing has gotta be like sleeping on a cloud.

    Looks great!
    I think for most people it would get them well below -10*... I'm pretty sure it would work into the -20* for me... Imagine 21 oz 850FP....
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    Wow! that is some puff!

    I have to say, I have exchanged e-mails with Paul about an order and he has been great to deal with. Another great vendor! I look forward to getting mine.
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    That is one puffy looking quilt! I feel warmer just looking at it It looks to be the perfect UQ for those cold winter nights. Thanks for the pic and review.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dabaird View Post
    Look Great Just Got My Underground Quilt, Looking Forward To Using It. Great Productand Service, If You Need One You Need To Look At One.:d
    Thanks for the kind words.... Hope you enjoy your new quilt....
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