Join Date: Sep 2011
Location: Calgary, Canada
Hammock: HHEA, HHEUL, HHSD, GTUL
Tarp: DerpTarp KL1.1
Insulation: TQ, DIY Fusion UQ
Suspension: W-Slings, Trunks
800 Fill Power Goose Down Insulation
20 Denier Nylon Ripstop Shell
20 Denier Nylon Waterproof-Breathable Head and Foot Arid Zones
30 Denier Polyester Ripstop Lining
What weirds me out is that the 3-season TQ seems to have disappeared from their site. I hope they haven't stopped making it, it's a great piece of gear.
Edit: Looks like GL is releasing a new line of quilts in early 2013 and are busy getting those ready instead. It'll be interesting to see where they go with the designs - they've been changing their materials around lately, compare the above materials list to my 2011 model:
800+ Fill Power Goose Down Insulation
15 Denier Nylon Shell
100% Tier 1 Recycled 22 Denier Polyester Lining Fabric
Microgrid Ripstop Shell
Waterproof-Breathable Pertex® Shield Eco Shoulder and Foot Protection
Last edited by CatSplat; 11-15-2012 at 00:52..
Join Date: Sep 2012
Location: Drexel Hill, PA
Hammock: eno dn/bias camper/gtul
Tarp: tapdole/noah 12
Insulation: jarbidge/new river
Suspension: whoopies & straps
Here is a pic of the Golite 1 season quilt. In the pic it is the 2nd from the left in the black stuff sack.
In order of appearance....AHE Jarbridge, Golite 1 season topquilt, Kelty Noah's 12tarp, ENO Doublenest (with cacoon ultralight air pillow in there too), 1L nalgene bottle, stake/guylines bag.
The quilt comes with the small black stuff sack (6.5" x 11") and a larger white storage bag (12" x 20").
Join Date: May 2011
Hammock: DIY black slug& BIAS w.w.
Tarp: Diy tarp/superfly
Insulation: UNDERGROUND U.Q.
Suspension: whoppie sling
Golite top quilt
I have used my t.q and i like it. it is very warm down to the 20's and very light to pack.