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    I need help

    I am looking for an underquilt that will fit on an eno double nest. I dont know if i want to go with a winter one or a 3 season which would you guys suggest i do camp year round im right at the VA line on the NC side

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    Quote Originally Posted by gunsfan05 View Post
    I am looking for an underquilt that will fit on an eno double nest. I dont know if i want to go with a winter one or a 3 season which would you guys suggest i do camp year round im right at the VA line on the NC side
    wow... way too many options and combos to mention... most just have multiple UQ's!

    You could always go 3-season and use a pad to get into winter...

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    You can use the winter all year round just adjust the suspension to allow an air gap when it's warmer and in the summer you may be luckier than us in Scotland and not need an UQ!

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    I would get a winter UQ and vent in summer and stay away from the ENO UQ it's not a good performer!
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    so stay away from the eno uq im looking to spend like 200 maybe a little more the only thing about the eno uq is i could get it for like 70 bucks

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    I have a new river under quilt that i have been real happy with. Pm sent.

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    ok so if i got a 3 season uq and had a good topquilt and was layered while sleeping you think that would work to avoid being cold

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    personally, and I don't know how warm you'lll be hanging, but I would get a warm fluffy 4 season quilt, if I could only get one. Then I would still use it and vent it for warmer use.

    But I sleep cold-ish.

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    the only thing is one winter it wont get cold here and the next its 3 degrees with a foot of snow

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jiffiboy View Post
    You can use the winter all year round just adjust the suspension to allow an air gap when it's warmer
    +1 on this. If you can afford it, get a down one like my favorite, Hammock Gear Incubator 0*.

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