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    Quote Originally Posted by Meerkat View Post
    I cannot say enough good about Leighlo quilts. I really liked the green/brown combination but were out of stock, and I had a trip coming up with temps in the low 20's to upper teens. To make a long story short, fabric was ordered , Leighlo made a 66" 15* quilt and shipped it to me in time for the camping trip. Easy to dial it in and no CBS. Only WBS at 18*. Sweet!
    Awesome! I'm glad you enjoyed it! And thanks for the kind words!

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    the Mrs just gave me the go ahead for a UQ for valentines. I love that girl

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    I used my new UQ for the first time friday night at the Roan High Knob Higher&Colder hang. I dont know the low, but I know it hit 9° before factoring windchill and I was toasty. Thanks Leigh! Your quilts are hands down works of art!
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    These are great looking quilts. I was wondering about the dimensions and weight. Are they on the website and I just missed them? Specifically, I was wondering about the 48", 30 degree underquilt width and weight, and the 30 degree topquilt weight. Does anyone know this info? (Most gearheads are really into specs, so I am surprised the info isn't more prominent on the site)

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    Info is at the bottom of this link: http://www.hammockquilts.com/underquilts.htm

    The V3 48" 30 degree is 46" wide at the shoulder end, tapering to 34" wide at the footend; weight is 13.5 oz.

    I know for a fact that some of the staff are spending more time in the woods and less time in cyberspace this year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roche View Post
    Info is at the bottom of this link: http://www.hammockquilts.com/underquilts.htm

    The V3 48" 30 degree is 46" wide at the shoulder end, tapering to 34" wide at the footend; weight is 13.5 oz.

    I know for a fact that some of the staff are spending more time in the woods and less time in cyberspace this year.
    Yep, thanks. I thought I looked carefully, I guess not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roche View Post
    Info is at the bottom of this link: http://www.hammockquilts.com/underquilts.htm

    The V3 48" 30 degree is 46" wide at the shoulder end, tapering to 34" wide at the footend; weight is 13.5 oz.

    I know for a fact that some of the staff are spending more time in the woods and less time in cyberspace this year.
    Quote Originally Posted by weaver2469 View Post
    Yep, thanks. I thought I looked carefully, I guess not.
    Thanks Roche for the link and you are right, her R&D guy is spending more time in the woods this year. Slept out at 12* last night in my 15* quilts and was very warm testing the new WPB sock.

    When Leigh can keep quilts in stock she will spend some more time on the website I can see how that would be missed. Remember when comparing weights that Leigh has chosen to go with 15* & 30* quilts to offer something different than other vendors (20* & 40*). Also the 66" length is different.

    Thanks for looking

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    Thanks for chiming in, Hangnout. Do you know the topquilt specs?

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    How much snow is on the Roan?

    Quote Originally Posted by spamburglar View Post
    I used my new UQ for the first time friday night at the Roan High Knob Higher&Colder hang. I dont know the low, but I know it hit 9° before factoring windchill and I was toasty. Thanks Leigh! Your quilts are hands down works of art!
    Not wanting to hijack the thread but is there any snow up on top and who all went or have I missed the thread?

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    Teach a man to fish....

    Quote Originally Posted by Grits View Post
    Not wanting to hijack the thread but is there any snow up on top and who all went or have I missed the thread?
    Use the SEARCH function and type Roan: https://www.hammockforums.net/forum/...archid=9015778

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