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    Senior Member evilleotter's Avatar
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    Tried this blanket by itself this weekend out in Hoosier Nat'l Forest. It got down to upper 30's with sporadic rain. I ended up pulling out my sleeping bag in the middle of the night.
    I can tell that it's going to be a great TQ for spring/summer. I liked it so much I went out and got a second.

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    Has anyone tested this and can give a temperature rating??? Thanks all.

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    Sounds like eville did. Maybe 40 degrees./\

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    Senior Member hanger4life's Avatar
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    Might make a good foot box.

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    I've had one of these for over a year. Personally I wouldn't count on it alone for much warmth, hell it barely covers my body. I use it as a back-up option in summer when I only bring a silk liner for a TQ. It works well for those nights when its just a little chilly and the silk isn't enough. The weight kinda put me off, I didn't expect 14oz, my RAB topbag only weights 17oz! One could DIY something lighter with Thinsulate 40 and 20D nylon (the outter on the travel blanket is micro ripstop polyester) for an average weight of 2.2oz/yd^2 vs. 7.7oz/yd^2, ofcourse you can't do that for $13 though.
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