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    I can't say enough about my underquilt for Leigh. The stitching is phenomenal and it hugs me like a fitted jacket. These things are awesome.
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    Any one know when the 48" 15 degree UQ will be back in stock? I need to sell my older Leighlo UQ to get a new one but dont want to be caught with out one for an upcoming October hike.

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    Back in stock! Order placed, order confirmed, should have it by the weekend!

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    What is the weight on the latest 66" 15 degree UQ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jens View Post
    What is the weight on the latest 66" 15 degree UQ?
    That UQ weighs right at 22 oz.

    Thanks for the interest

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    I saw a Leighlo full length last weekend on the Roan hang. The loft is amazingly huge and a beautiful coyote outer.

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    Full length being 66" long??? If so,,very nice size for the weight savings.

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    Had to leave for work before postman came...new UQ might be waiting for me when I get home!!!!

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    Would LOVE some detail pics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MedicineMan View Post
    I saw a Leighlo full length last weekend on the Roan hang. The loft is amazingly huge and a beautiful coyote outer.
    Quote Originally Posted by Acer View Post
    Full length being 66" long??? If so,,very nice size for the weight savings.
    Full Length is relative to size of user We have found that the 66" will cover most people from the shoulders down when they use a pillow. Leigh does not use the term "full length" on the website but we do agree that it is a very nice size for weight savings and the right amount of coverage for most people.

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