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    Senior Member barbermike's Avatar
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    Enlightened Equipment Prodigy

    Just received my Enlightened Equipment Prodigy TQ yesterday. I got the 25* 6' reg size. the construction is great and cant wait to give it a work out this weekend. pics and report to come later. anyone else on here used this quilt yet?

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    I just got one used and absolutely love it. I like the way the footbox ventialtion is done, and the snap system for closing it off. Probably one of the most versitiel pieces of gear I own. I've strung it up as an underquilt and it works for that purpose as well.

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    Senior Member barbermike's Avatar
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    Well I was able to get out for a short overnighter this weekend! weather was looking grim but we ended up taking our chances. Rain held off during the daytime but after going to sleep the storms rolled in. Lightning thunder and downpours, the whole shebang. Luckily I had my EE Prodigy 25* which had no problems in such wet weather. I stayed mostly warm all night till the early hours of the morning, which was mostly my own fault. It got down to around 44* Saturday night. Using my modified ENO DN I have a JrB torso pad 1/4" under me which had some condensation but what can you expect with a vapor barrier in a downpour. I was wearing a wool beanie, synthetic long underwear top and bottoms, cotton t-shirt and a thin waffle fleece pull over. about the only thing that got cold was my feet because I decided I didn't need socks when I went to sleep. Also pitched my hammock/tarp inline with the wind instead of perpendicular to it which gave me a nice draft. Had very limited hanging choices in the camp site we were stuck with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sargevining View Post
    I just got one used and absolutely love it. I like the way the footbox ventialtion is done, and the snap system for closing it off. Probably one of the most versitiel pieces of gear I own. I've strung it up as an underquilt and it works for that purpose as well.
    The wide 6'6" ones you can actually use as pea-pods

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    Senior Member barbermike's Avatar
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    now you have me wondering if i can get my regular width one around my hammock as a pea pod................... hmmmmmmmmmmmm

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    Senior Member bigfoot2's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by barbermike View Post
    now you have me wondering if i can get my regular width one around my hammock as a pea pod................... hmmmmmmmmmmmm
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    Senior Member barbermike's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigfoot2 View Post
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    when I get a chance I will.... when that will be I don't know

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    Might be my next piece...

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