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    Fixen to buy my first underquilt!

    Hey all, I am fixen to buy my first underquilt, but I have a question. I hang in the Colorado Rockies, from the middle of May to the middle/end of September. I will be getting Stormcrow's Incubator 20 or 40. I don't want to end up getting cold by getting the wrong one.

    If I get the Incubator 20, would that be too much for summer in the Rockies?
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    I would go with the 20 degree, if you get too warm you can always vent to cool off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gunner76 View Post
    I would go with the 20 degree, if you get too warm you can always vent to cool off.
    truth.
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    My experience visiting and camping in the RMNP backcountry says 20 degree quilt, no doubt.
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    I'd go with 20* as well. Gives you more options for earlier or later in the year trips as well.
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    20 it is! That's what I was leaning towards. Thanks Guys!
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