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    Does this exist?

    I am ready to buy a 20 degree under quilt. I would like something that can serve double duty and function as a top quilt for my 9yr daughter. I'm thinking about the Hudson River from JRB. I was pretty happy with the Mt Katahdin I had.
    Any thoughts or suggestions are appreciated. Is there anything else I should look at?
    Oh yeah, I have a couple ENO's and a WBBB. I'm really looking forward to doing some cold weather hanging this fall/winter in the new BB. When my daughter is along we'll be renting it in my Copper Spur ul2.
    Thanks

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    I have a 40 degree RevX that I'm really liking so far. I don't know if they make anything though that can be both tq and uq.

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    JacksRBetter make multifunction quilts that are currently on sale:

    http://www.jacksrbetter.com/shop/hud...ngular-quilts/

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    Love my hudson river....It is rated 25-30 deg..
    We would be one step closer to world peace, if everyone slept in a hammock..

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    JRB's quilts are the only ones I remember ever seeing that were setup to do both...

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    Enlightened Equipment's Prodigy series will also double as an underquilt:

    http://www.enlightenedequipment.com/...egory/prodigy/

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    Thanks for the replies. I'm wanting to stick with down so it fits in my daughters Osprey pack. I'm tired of carrying both bags/quilts. Plus she wants to feel more self contained. So it looks like JRB it is.

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    When my daughter (a tent dweller... yes, i'm ashamed...) once forgot her sleeping bag on a trip, the backup plan was for me to give her my JRB underquilt, which lays flat once you undo the ends.

    (I would have rigged my poncho underneath and filled it with dried leaves for one night. My cousin, coming to join us the next day, brought her bag in with him. As it turned out, the night was mild, and she just slept under a pile of all the extra clothing and packs we had and it worked fine.)

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    Our UQ can be used as TQ, we have a series of 3/8 tri rings along the sides, you can lace the quilt up with a dedicated piece of shock cord to create a vented foot box. Pull foot draw tight and you have a closed TQ foot box....
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