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  1. #31
    sr1355's Avatar
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    The worlds full of color, why limit yourself to just a few...
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  2. #32
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    Quote Originally Posted by flatline View Post
    +1 for the Summer Series quilts! i love mine.
    i use them as a liner with mt 3 season quilts to extend their range.
    the SS quilts are very versatile and Wilderness Logics ROCKS!
    I don't know if those diagonal baffles have a functional use but they sure do look cool!

  3. #33
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    Quote Originally Posted by cleandirt View Post
    I don't know if those diagonal baffles have a functional use but they sure do look cool!
    They do look cool but I've noticed that laying on the diagonal in my hammock puts me right in line with the baffles on my under quilt
    -Jon-
    Beware of the man who owns one gun, he probably shoots it well.

  4. #34
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter_pan View Post
    Don't overlook the JRB Sierra Stealth.... 40-45*, 16 Oz, packs to7x7x5 and under $ 190 with reduced 2013 pricing.

    Pan
    +1... mine just arrived today. Can't wait to use it!

    Cheers!

  5. #35

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    Quote Originally Posted by cvitter View Post
    The three ingredients I am looking for are:
    - Packed size (super small)
    - Weight (lighter is better!)
    - Price (cheap is always good)
    If you want to have something you can actually use out there in the piny woods, you can only have two of the above at the same time. But not three...
    It's a horrible truth.

  6. #36
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    I am looking a modding a SOL Escape Bivvy, uh huh, light and small.

  7. #37
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    Consider Zpacks bag. Weights 11oz; rated to 40 degrees. I just bought one and had them make mine without a zipper so it's just like a top quilt. There's nothing lighter for the rating....nothing! Only downside is cost but its worth it to me as I move into ultra light backpacking.
    Gideon

  8. #38
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    Yea, that would be a great bag from zpacks but they have about a grand of my cash as they build my arc blast pack and accessories and my tarp so another $300 plus is not what i am about at the moment. Maybe my mind will change but the Escape bivy has so many possibilities, size and weight wise.

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