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    WTB: Top Quilt

    Looking for a summer/three season top quilt. I live in South Carolina so it will be used in pretty mild weather.

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    I recommend this: http://www.golite.com/UltraLite-800-...ar-P46823.aspx

    I just got one in the mail Friday, took it camping this past weekend, and fell in love with it!...it doesn't hurt that the price is right too!

    They make one in "long" as well...
    Last edited by Paulie; 11-12-2012 at 16:40. Reason: long info

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcracin24 View Post
    I recommend this: http://www.golite.com/UltraLite-800-...ar-P46823.aspx

    I just got one in the mail Friday, took it camping this past weekend, and fell in love with it!...it doesn't hurt that the price is right too!

    They make one in "long" as well...

    I literally just placed the order for the one season long 5 minutes before I read this thread! Now I just gotta find an underquilt. I was just out bid on an eno ember.

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    The GoLite quilts are great, you wont be disappointed. I have the 3 season version and love it.
    Brian
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    Quote Originally Posted by domromer View Post
    I literally just placed the order for the one season long 5 minutes before I read this thread! Now I just gotta find an underquilt. I was just out bid on an eno ember.
    I just checked out their site, great prices unfortunately, they only go down to a rating of 40 degrees. Now being new please feel free to correct me but, could i just add some layers between the UQ and hammock to adjust my temprature needs?

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    Some of us have had them into the mid 20's no problem. Mine has more loft than my old Ultra 20, and the Ultra 20 was regarded by some as more of 30 degree quilt.

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    I've only used mine into the 40's so far, but I feel sure it'll take me colder...especially with my under quilt and wearing proper clothing as well. It definitely lofts up much more than I expected it to for a 1+ season/40 degree quilt.

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