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    I am going to use my UQ's that Paul as made me on the Bridge I have ordered from Jacks this week as soon as I get it,,will post pics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Acer View Post
    I am going to use my UQ's that Paul as made me on the Bridge I have ordered from Jacks this week as soon as I get it,,will post pics.
    If you'd like a preview check out page 12...
    http://www.hammockforums.net/forum/s...&postcount=120

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    Many thanks,,,I was measuring the quilts last nite and and new it would be a close to super fit,,wow,,,the coverage is going to be absolutely awesome...thanks again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Acer View Post
    Many thanks,,,I was measuring the quilts last nite and and new it would be a close to super fit,,wow,,,the coverage is going to be absolutely awesome...thanks again.
    Paul helped me figure out how to attach it being new. He did away with the shock cord running through the long edges with the mitten hooks. I used #.5 S-biners and clipped them right to the hooks on the quilt corners. Works better on the bridge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fallkniven View Post
    They're not as bulky as I thought they'd be. I bet the would fit great on a bridge hammock, ecpecially for a winter UQ like a 0*, have that little extra to wrap up around the foot & head ends.
    They are about 1.25-1.5" tall and have about an OZ of down in them, Correct me if I am wrong Paul.

    The pictures don't do them justice because the quilt is almost 4.5" lofted. I should mention that the quilt has some over stuff about 2 OZ to be exact.

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    Ugq - resist down

    I'm pleased to annouce that UGQ will be offering Resist Down, a hydrophobic down, as an option on all our quilts. I'm pretty excited about this product as it offers water resistance to down resulting in a product that can take to abuse of the elements yet retain the high performance qualities of down. Our supplier is the world leader in the manufacture of the highest quality downs and their blends. They play an active role in setting global industry standards for down as a founding member of the International Alliance for the Pro Down Initiative and a member of the International Down and Feather Bureau (IDFB). They are a leading supplier of down for top-tier brands in the outdoor and bedding industries. UGQ is proud to be able to offer Resist Down to our customers and fellow outdoor enthusiast.

    Moisture is no problem for our suppliers latest innovation in down processing. At the end of our suppliers proprietary multi-wash process, they add one ingenious step. A virtually weightless coating is applied and the result is a water resistant fill that retains all the qualities of the finest natural downs. Resist-Down™ is hydrophobic, engineered to keep you warm and dry for hours longer than untreated down. And if it does get wet, it dries up to three times faster than untreated down. All while retaining over 30% more loft than untreated down when exposed to moisture, and completely allergen free.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sr1355 View Post
    Note for those with orders in or looking to order soon, I'm attending Blackhills hang and will be heading out Aug 15 and returning Aug 22, 2012 pretty excited to make a return trip to the Blackhill, was there over a decade ago... Hmmmm wonder if Crazy Horse is done....

    Orders can still be placed but production & shipping will be delayed until my return...
    Paul,

    Can you bring a UQ that you think would work with a DangerBird 72 for a fit check? Full coverage for 0-10 is what I'm looking to buy and meeting at the hang would be a unique opportunity! If you're on vacation and don't want to "work" I completely understand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveJJ View Post
    Paul,

    Can you bring a UQ that you think would work with a DangerBird 72 for a fit check? Full coverage for 0-10 is what I'm looking to buy and meeting at the hang would be a unique opportunity! If you're on vacation and don't want to "work" I completely understand.
    Hi Steve, I'm always working LOL!!! But I don't have inventory to speak of but if your going to be at SD hang I will see if I can bring a standard 20* for fitting to Dangerbird 72 and we can make adjustments as needed... I have limited room on my mode of travel... Should be a fun trip...

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    At least you have an awesome helmet for that thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveJJ View Post
    Paul,

    Can you bring a UQ that you think would work with a DangerBird 72 for a fit check? Full coverage for 0-10 is what I'm looking to buy and meeting at the hang would be a unique opportunity! If you're on vacation and don't want to "work" I completely understand.
    I ordered a full length 20 in long for my db 72, I'll let you know how it fits.

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