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Big Agnes Green Ridge Sleeping Pad

Big Agnes Green Ridge Sleeping Pad Review

The Big Agnes Green Ridge Sleeping Pad (MSRP $69.95) is a full length warm weather sleeping pad that only weighs 12.6 ounces (on the SectionHiker digital scale). It packs up super small and is a good choice when you want to go light but not skimp out on your sleeping comfort. It reminds me of the transparent Big […]

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21% of backpackers surveyed use a quilt, while 66% use a mummy sleeping bag

Backpacking Quilt Adoption Rate – Survey Results

Have you ever considered switching from a sleeping bag to a backpacking quilt? Backpacking quilts are lighter weight than sleeping bags, they pack up smaller, and they’re much more comfortable for side sleepers since they don’t have a hood. We recently surveyed 598 backpackers to see what kind of sleeping insulation they use for 3 […]

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The top of quilt has a draft string that you pull to cinch the neck opening closed and keep warm air from escaping, in addition to a small snap behind the neck.

Massdrop 20 Degree Ultralight Down Quilt Review

Massdrop is going to be offering a “drop” on a 20 degree down quilt this week (4/29) for $200. The company has a history of developing custom products for their member communities, and this will be their first foray into ultralight gear. They work with small manufacturers to design and make these products, but private label […]

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Enlightened Equipment Revolt Underquilt on a Warbonnet Blackbird

Enlightened Equipment Revolt Hammock Underquilt Review

The Enlightened Equipment (EE) Revolt Underquilt is a hammock underquilt with an integrated perimeter suspension system that is compatible with any gathered end hammock. Like many other underquilts, it has a differential cut rather than a rectangular one (the inner shell is slightly smaller than the outer shell) that conforms to curve of your body and hammock […]

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