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    Default WTB 30 or 40 degree top quilt

    I'm looking for a 30 or 40 degree top quilt. Max budget is $150.
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    Still looking.
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    Bumping for hope of getting an offer
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    I could possibly make you a synthetic one for around that price.
    Otherwise 30* worth of down is probably about the entirety of your budget- A pound of 800 fill down is about $120 alone.

    But sorta bumping for you, lol.
    Otherwise I got this one left...
    Marmot Peregrine regular size- 725 fill 15*** down-($300+new) $150 shipped. Great early season AT bag!
    Women's regular, 725 goose down fill, 3lbs .75 ounces. Purple/black with draft collars and full zip.
    In good shape except for two patched holes- a few too many cowboy camping winter trips by the fire.
    *** Women's bags are typically 5-10* warmer than rated for the average male, YMMV.
    Close- http://www.rei.com/product/864083/ma...mens#tab-specs

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    Helium Hiking Equipment (I think that's the company name) sells a synthetic top quilt rated at 40 for 120 bucks. I paid for one yesterday in fact, I've never actually seen one of his pieces in person, but I've heard a few good things about the company. I think he has another one rated at 40 made from a different synthetic insulation for a little less. The one I bought is supposed to come out around 14oz, and is made with .67 argon. Not bad for the price paid. (Free shipping too!)

    You probably won't find a 40 down quilt under a buckfifty unless someone is selling a used one for well below value.

    Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Just Bill View Post
    I could possibly make you a synthetic one for around that price.
    Otherwise 30* worth of down is probably about the entirety of your budget- A pound of 800 fill down is about $120 alone.

    But sorta bumping for you, lol.
    Otherwise I got this one left...
    Marmot Peregrine regular size- 725 fill 15*** down-($300+new) $150 shipped. Great early season AT bag!
    Women's regular, 725 goose down fill, 3lbs .75 ounces. Purple/black with draft collars and full zip.
    In good shape except for two patched holes- a few too many cowboy camping winter trips by the fire.
    *** Women's bags are typically 5-10* warmer than rated for the average male, YMMV.
    Close- http://www.rei.com/product/864083/ma...mens#tab-specs
    I saw where you were involved in a pretty lengthy discussion on primaloft gold and other synthetics. What would you suggest if going with the synthetic material for a TQ.
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