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    Default FS Synthetic Quilt $40

    Handmade quilt with 1.5" of primaloft insulation. Roughly 40 deg rating. Zippered footbox. 41" wide. Ideal for a slender adult or teen who is 6' tall or shorter. Never used.


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    Whats the weight of this thing? I am very interested.

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    this is Primaloft? did you have to quilt-stitch that?..

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    Default FS Synthetic Quilt $40

    Also interested to hear more

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    Me too. Weight?

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    GA-ME Feb. 27th–July 1st, 2016 lwhikerchris's Avatar
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    Hi! Do you still have your myog 40° quilt for sale? If not would you consider making another? I want to get one for my dad for fathers day.
    Thanks for your time!
    John GoodMan

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    Quote Originally Posted by lwhikerchris View Post
    Hi! Do you still have your myog 40° quilt for sale? If not would you consider making another? I want to get one for my dad for fathers day.
    Thanks for your time!
    Hi. I saw your attempt to inbox me but it was full. My bad. The quilt is sold. I made the quilt with the general direction in Beyond Backpacking by Ray Jardine. He now offers quilt kits that you sew yourself. They are made with layers of primloft synthetic insulation sandwiched between ripstop nylon. The layers are stabilized with "quilting" at regular intervals. These do not compress the insulation like down sewn through baffles but allow the insulation to maintain its full loft across the entire surface. The whole thing is sewn around its perimeter. It's a fairly easy project overall. Unfortunately i would have to charge too much because I am slow and methodical. I would recommend purchasing a kit from Ray and making your own customized quilt. Definitely the most economical way to get outfitted with light, quality gear.


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    GA-ME Feb. 27th–July 1st, 2016 lwhikerchris's Avatar
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    Thanks for the info. I will look into Ray's kit...
    John GoodMan

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