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    Senior Member Chris.Biomed's Avatar
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    How is everything going? Do you have a date in mind when you'll start offering the quilts on your site?

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    Quote Originally Posted by warbonnetguy View Post
    pm me if interested.

    Snipped from the first post in this thread.


    BTW, got mine today

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris.Biomed View Post
    How is everything going? Do you have a date in mind when you'll start offering the quilts on your site?
    seems good so far, i may have some 3 seasons available sometime relativley soon, but can't say exactly when.

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    when using the yeti underquilt what do use to insulate under your legs? Also how much do they cost?
    Cheers, Jay

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    Use either a small pad or a longer one folded over. I used my pack for quite a while, but now I carry a GG pad because they squish up real good and they're light.

    You'll have to wait on WBG to answer the price thing.
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    yeah, depends, eva foam is more expensive, i use upholstry foam called landau foam, it's ccf and comes in 1/8" 1/4" ect. thickness and seems pretty good. depends on the temps, but you don't need quite the thickness (or width) under your legs as you would need under the torso, i get by with an even thinner pad under the legs because i like a filled stuffsac under my knees. in summer you can likely go with no leg pad at all depending on where you're at.

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    ok thanks what thickness pad would you recommend for temps around freezing?
    Cheers, Jay

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    I use a 1/8" pad under my legs, but it is full length in case I need to put something under my torso. When just under my legs it is folded in half so in effect, it is a 1/4" pad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jay590 View Post
    ok thanks what thickness pad would you recommend for temps around freezing?
    I've used a 1/4" pad double over (effectively 1/2") down to 5* with no problems...
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    ok thanks. how do you keep the pad in place while sleeping? doesnt it slide around? DO you use velcro or something else to keep it in place?
    Cheers, Jay

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