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    Senior Member Slo's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crowell392 View Post
    I am leaning towards the HG borrow, but the Leighlo looks good also, then there is UGQ that is getting a big buzz lately, I know that they are all good, is there anything that stands out above the other?
    I haven't used any other vendors but I only hear great things about them. For myself though, Hammock Gear is hands down the best buying experience I've ever had. Quality is top notch, innovation top notch and they're awesome people to deal with. Always extremely helpful anytime I ever had a question. In my eyes you absolutely can't go wrong ordering from them.
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    Member maggot's Avatar
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    Sep 2011
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    Barrie Ont
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    Quote Originally Posted by floridaman View Post
    This is semi-unrelated but would it be cheaper for a top quilt vs a sleeping bag because your weight renders it useless and with a topquilt you do not have to pay for all that down. ( Or isthat just misinformation)
    Not always the case, some bags, like BA don't have insulation in the bottom and require a pad for that.

  3. #13
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    Oct 2012
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    Morehead Ky.
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    I have the topquilt from Paul at Arrowhead Equipment kept me warm so far

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    I like the jrb sniveler. It has good width for tucking and with over stuff I've been in the 20's with no problems. Plus you get to deal with the nicest guys in the cottage industry THE JACKS!

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    Waiting on my top from hammock gear. If its anything like their underquilt I can't wait. It's the same rating as my synthetic bag, at a pound less.
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