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    Ray Way Quilt For Sale

    Looking to sell my Ray Way Quilt. Fits up to 5'7" and has the alpine upgrade. In great shape with only three trips worth of use. Just not my thing, glad I tried it. Available for local pick up in the SF Bay Area or I will ship. Price $ 125 including shipping to the lower 48. Paypal preferred.
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    what is the weight and loft on the quilt?

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    The quilt weighs 29 oz. The loft is 1 3/4.

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    is this down

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    I think that question can be answered by reading Ray Jardine's opinion in the the link below
    http://www.rayjardine.com/ray-way/Qu....htm?g_page=18

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    A Ray Jardine Quilt with the alpine upgrade is rated to 28 F. I have one and I have found that an accurate rating or maybe a bit conservative.

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    I have one - conservative at 28f. Very warm, light for the size of it. Looks like a nice quilt.

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    30 oz for 30 degrees bit on the heavy side but would make a great starter quilt for someone maybe if good for someone switching from a sleeping bag

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    Free sympathy bump since you just got threadcrapped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomsawyer222 View Post
    30 oz for 30 degrees bit on the heavy side but would make a great starter quilt for someone maybe if good for someone switching from a sleeping bag
    lol. never heard a sub 2 pound sleeping bag/quilt referred to as heavy.

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