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    Question Down fill power meaning.

    I bought a 3 oz bag of 900 down from tree to tree. Is it 900/c3 or 900/in3. I have looked and can't find a good answer.

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    900 cubic inches of fluffy warmth!

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    "900 cubic inches of fluffy warmth" per ounce.

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    Thanks. So i have 2700 cubic inches and i need around 4500 so back to tree to tree for another bag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Overtime View Post
    Thanks. So i have 2700 cubic inches and i need around 4500 so back to tree to tree for another bag.
    Correct

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    I just loaded my DIY UQ up with 20oz of some superfine white down ! I think that will keep me more than warm!
    High ground is dry ground!
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