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    WTB: UnderQuilt for HH

    Hi. I just purchased a HH expedition and realize that I am going to get cold.
    I am looking for an underquilt that is 3 season, on the warmer side is better.

    I am looking to spend under $200 and am leaving for my NM camping trip on the 26th so I hope that someone here can help me out.

    Thanks!

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    Senior Member
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    Hennessy has a solution that can fit into your budget: http://hennessyhammock.com/catalog/insulation/. There are many Hennessy users here who have found that they can get to freezing and below with this.

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    I've read overall mixed reviews on the supershelter and most people like underquilts.
    Am I wrong?

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    Senior Member ragnall's Avatar
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    I use both. The super shelter has never failed me. I had it down to 14* this winter with my zeus down jacket between the pad and the undercover, and slept warm with a 15* bag on top as a quilt. I did use the over cover as well, and it was frozen over with condensation by morning.

    I had a lot of trouble keeping quilts in place. I move around a lot in my sleep, and they would slip off to one side or the other. Both of my quilts are partial length, so that may make a difference. Using a quilt with a zip model is much easier to work with and adjust than a bottom entry. the exception to this may be one of the quilts made to fit a bottom entry Hennessy, both JRB and Arrowhead Equip. make one.

    That said I will continue to use my quilts when it is warmer to upper 20's because they are lighter than the super shelter. I get a little cold when I go below 25* with my warmest quilt(which is about where it is rated for). A winter quilt is going to weigh as much as the super shelter, so I can't se me buying another quilt. If I could only have one of the above I would keep my super shelter, because it works for me in any of the conditions I have tried it from low 60's to 14*.

    Ragnall

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    Okay, let me clarify. I am not concerned with weight and my HH is a side entry. 99% camping in dry weather.

    I basically am looking to get the warmest option/best bang for the buck.

    Thanks you guys! I have learned a lot lurking here.
    Last edited by robabeatle; 05-10-2013 at 12:25.

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    Agfadoc's Avatar
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    Re: WTB: UnderQuilt for HH

    I have used the super shelter with great success and have recently bought an under quilt. I like them both for different reasons. The super shelter is bomb proof for me and I am not overly concerned with weight but recently bought an 11ft hammock and needed to go with an under quilt that I like very much. I can't say which one I like better yet but both seem to work just fine for ME.

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    Okay, bought a slightly used zepplin 20 degree from a user on here.

    I'm stoked to try it in a few weeks in the NM national forest and then CO plus Yellowstone later this summer!



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    Well you did not go wrong there, They are making my brothers dad and i some top and bottom quilts now.

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    Good luck with the new quilt and please let us know how it works!

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    Thanks everyone!

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