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    Default Cedar Ridge Outdoors - Quilts

    Does anyone have any experience with this company? They are a brand partner with ULA Equipment. I'm thinking about ordering their LeConte quilt but was wondering if anyone has any opinions on them.

    https://www.cedarridgegear.com/

    Shaker

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    Never heard of them. Their quilts have a DIY look to them, and lack of patterns may cut down on their clientele...
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    Dutch is selling them and I don't think he'd put them on his website if he didn't think they were worth it...
    https://dutchwaregear.com/product/ce...ge-underquilt/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaker View Post
    Does anyone have any experience with this company? They are a brand partner with ULA Equipment. I'm thinking about ordering their LeConte quilt but was wondering if anyone has any opinions on them.

    https://www.cedarridgegear.com/

    Shaker
    Yes, I have a 0 degree quilt, purchased from the Facebook group Backpack gear from one of their admins, late in 2018. High quality, made in USA. The purple part in the middle is the compression bag, hanging on my hanger. Beautiful warm quilt. Being a cold sleeper, it won't get me down to zero, but have used it down to 25 degrees so far.

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    Awesome! Thanks for the info.

    Shaker

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