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    Top quilt for two?

    Recommend a good one? Ideally one that could pack small enough to be a luxury quilt for one, on occasion. I am used to a Marmot Couloir 0deg down bag and don't currently have any kind of TQ, but I am trying to gear up for sharing the hammock with my SO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sinthome View Post
    Recommend a good one? Ideally one that could pack small enough to be a luxury quilt for one, on occasion. I am used to a Marmot Couloir 0deg down bag and don't currently have any kind of TQ, but I am trying to gear up for sharing the hammock with my SO.
    http://www.backcountry.com/therm-a-r...down-comforter

    There may be something warmer out there

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    Jacks R' Better

    The JRB Family of Large Quilts are outdoor/indoor multiple use quilts filled with high quality goose down. Each includes a draw string on each end and omni-tape sewn the full length of each 85″ side enabling forming a full sleeping bag. At 85” x 61” they are huge yet weigh between 30 and 36 ounces, depending on the model.
    The Katahdin is a winter quilt, baffled to 3 inches and over stuffed to achieve 3.5 inches of loft. It packs to 8 inches in diameter by 11 inches tall and is a soft package that will mold around other items in your pack
    Happy Hangin!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by sinthome View Post
    Recommend a good one? Ideally one that could pack small enough to be a luxury quilt for one, on occasion. I am used to a Marmot Couloir 0deg down bag and don't currently have any kind of TQ, but I am trying to gear up for sharing the hammock with my SO.
    Have you tried sleeping with two people in a hammock? I'm not aware of any success stories; most say it's not very comfortable.

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    May want to check out the Clark Vertex or Flex 180.
    Happy Hangin!!!


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    You cannot solve a problem with the same mind that created it. -Albert Einstein

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    i have one full night's experience sleeping with two sardines in a clark nx-250. luckily, the fish are both skinny and one of them is pretty darn short. still, we took hours to sort out our rubiks cube of discomfort. at points i was literally counting the seconds before i needed to readjust again. and even once we got cozy, we still woke up utterly drenched in sweat. this was on a 40deg night in the nx-250 with the z-liner insulation and the 0deg bag draped over us. what a lovely time. i would probably pay the cost of a flex 180 just to avoid doing it again.

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    Try this:
    http://www.imrisk.com/hammock/ultradoublehammock.htm for the 'separate but together' thing.

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    my hammock gear weights total: 2430g (~86oz)
    Winter: total 2521 (~89oz)
    (see my profile for detailed weights)

    gram counter, not gram weenie!

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    Wilderness logics makes a pretty large quilt and im sure they are other vendors will do custom work

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    Exped dream walker duo 400. Summer bag 45 degrees. Multiple use, poncho, duo/single or home. Goose 850 approximate 2 pound large quilt also synthetic made.

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    Honey, what happened to the down comforter on our bed?

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