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    Member Mongo18's Avatar
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    my new multicam 20d Phoenix from Hammock Gear

    This thing is awesome thanks Adam and Jen for a job well done will be ordering the matching top quilt soon.
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    Sweet! Love the multicam pattern.

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    That is heck of a nice looking quilt! Congratulations!

    I'm sure everyone would love to come by to see that when you set it up in the woods... if they could find it
    Mike
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    Is that the 1.9 DWR from Multicam? If you found something lighter I'd sure like to know too. Been eyeing that pattern for a while. That quilt looks sweet!

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    This fabric is a 1.54 oz 40 denier ripstop nylon from duro industries its nansphere treated for water repellent, this stuff is awesome,

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    Is that fabric only on the outer shell of the quilt? I would think it would be too much like a vapor barrier if used for the innner shell as well.

    I've thought about using it for a tarp, but I'm not convinced it would do very well. As I understand the coating is a silicone mist that is applied, not impregnated like silnylon. Too bed they don't make a 1.1 silnylon.

    Anyway. That is one way cool quilt.

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    awesome man.

    20d... 40d...

    What's the truth?

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    I will be testing it tonight the fabric is very breathable im an easy sweater so I can report the results in the am, also i intended to say 20 degree

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    Very nice looking!! Enjoy your test tonight

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    Very stealthy..... Are you sure you'll be able to find it when you venture into the piney woods?

    "I'd rather be in the mountains thinking about God, than in church thinking about the mountains" - John Muir


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