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  • Hook-and-loop footbox with drawstring end keeps feet at their warmest while allowing quick entry and exit
  • Smooth nylon taffeta lining is soft against skin
  • Durable water repellent finish and polyester insulation repel water so you don't have to worry if you're caught in bad weather
  • 50° temperature rating
  • Durable and stain resistant, this quilt can go on the dirtiest adventures
  • Includes nylon stuff sack for easy transportation and storage
  • Increase warmth by using in conjunction with the Ember 2 Under Quilt (sold separately)

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Specs

Best Use Camping
Temperature Rating (F) 50 degrees Fahrenheit
Temperature Rating (C) 10 degrees Celsius
Weight 1 lb. 11 oz.
Weight - Metric 765 grams
Shell Ripstop nylon
Insulation Type Synthetic
Fill Polyester fibers
Fill Weight Unavailable
Lining Nylon taffeta
Fits Up To (in.) Unavailable
Shoulder Girth (in.) Unavailable
Hip Girth (in.) Unavailable
Dimensions 80 x 50 inches
Dimensions - Metric 203 x 127 centimeters
Stuff Sack Size 18 x 12 inches
Stuff Sack Volume Unavailable
Compressed Volume Unavailable
Gender Unisex
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Value & Convenience Bought a this top quilt for a backpacking trip to the Great Smokey Mountain NP. Our group hammock camped for 4 nights and temps got down to 45-50 degrees most nights. I had never used a quilt before this trip (always used my sleeping bag) and the convenience of a top quilt is SO much better than a bag. Easy in and out (when nature calls) and plenty of warmth for these temps. I was using the ENO Blaze underquilt and actually had to open the end channels during the middle of the night because I was too warm one night. After this type performance, I believe I'll give the Spark to my son and upgrade to the Ignitor TQ so I can do more fall/winter hammock camping.
Date published: 2016-07-27
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Great except for the Velcro I have been using this top quilt for over 365 days in a hammock. I like It, but don't love it because of the Velcro. The bottom foot box utilizes Velcro, a snap and a cinch cord to create the foot box. The cinch cord opens too easily allowing air in. The snap at the top end of the Velcro pops open to easily, allowing the Velcro to slowly come loose. When this happens, it wakes me and my wife who is in the nearby bed, due to the sound of the Velcro separating. The absolute worst is the Velcro under your bare feet. It is hard, uncomfortable and the rough part scratches your feet and calves because it will not stay attached due to the snap releasing all the time. I have a down top quilt with a conventional fixed foot box that is far superior,(excellent), but to warm for inside the house use. Yes you can wear socks, if you like the rough part of the Velcro to adhere to them. I am thinking of gluing the Velcro closed, but it would still be hard under the feet. I believe three stars would be too generous. Update: I took my own advice and glued the top snap closed. Now it does not pop open every night, and no more scratched feet/ankle or socks getting attached to the Velcro. Now it gets an extra 1/2 star. I do wish they had a fixed foot box version, which I would give a full 5 stars. It is pefectly long for me at 6 feet.
Date published: 2016-10-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice and toasty Used this on the AT in Maryland in April. Paired with an Ember underquilt, with temps in the 50s, I was quite comfortable. I suspect it would withstand lowers temps, for me, anyway. Looking forward to trying it out in the fall.
Date published: 2016-08-23
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How is this quilt blanket when used with a sleeping pad? Good idea? Yes? No?

Asked by: Yermo
Works great other than the challenges of using a sleeping pad in a hammock. I'd recommend an underquilt (ENO Blaze is awesome!), a Hotspot pad sleeve, or Airloft sleeping pad (hammock specific design).
Answered by: williamh87
Date published: 2017-03-06

How will this quilt perform for ground dwellers?

Asked by: MarkE
This quilt could most definitely be used by ground dwellers if you prefer a quilt over a sleeping bag.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-04-25
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Value & Convenience Bought a this top quilt for a backpacking trip to the Great Smokey Mountain NP. Our group hammock camped for 4 nights and temps got down to 45-50 degrees most nights. I had never used a quilt before this trip (always used my sleeping bag) and the convenience of a top quilt is SO much better than a bag. Easy in and out (when nature calls) and plenty of warmth for these temps. I was using the ENO Blaze underquilt and actually had to open the end channels during the middle of the night because I was too warm one night. After this type performance, I believe I'll give the Spark to my son and upgrade to the Ignitor TQ so I can do more fall/winter hammock camping.
Date published: 2016-07-27
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Great except for the Velcro I have been using this top quilt for over 365 days in a hammock. I like It, but don't love it because of the Velcro. The bottom foot box utilizes Velcro, a snap and a cinch cord to create the foot box. The cinch cord opens too easily allowing air in. The snap at the top end of the Velcro pops open to easily, allowing the Velcro to slowly come loose. When this happens, it wakes me and my wife who is in the nearby bed, due to the sound of the Velcro separating. The absolute worst is the Velcro under your bare feet. It is hard, uncomfortable and the rough part scratches your feet and calves because it will not stay attached due to the snap releasing all the time. I have a down top quilt with a conventional fixed foot box that is far superior,(excellent), but to warm for inside the house use. Yes you can wear socks, if you like the rough part of the Velcro to adhere to them. I am thinking of gluing the Velcro closed, but it would still be hard under the feet. I believe three stars would be too generous. Update: I took my own advice and glued the top snap closed. Now it does not pop open every night, and no more scratched feet/ankle or socks getting attached to the Velcro. Now it gets an extra 1/2 star. I do wish they had a fixed foot box version, which I would give a full 5 stars. It is pefectly long for me at 6 feet.
Date published: 2016-10-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice and toasty Used this on the AT in Maryland in April. Paired with an Ember underquilt, with temps in the 50s, I was quite comfortable. I suspect it would withstand lowers temps, for me, anyway. Looking forward to trying it out in the fall.
Date published: 2016-08-23
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How is this quilt blanket when used with a sleeping pad? Good idea? Yes? No?

Asked by: Yermo
Works great other than the challenges of using a sleeping pad in a hammock. I'd recommend an underquilt (ENO Blaze is awesome!), a Hotspot pad sleeve, or Airloft sleeping pad (hammock specific design).
Answered by: williamh87
Date published: 2017-03-06

How will this quilt perform for ground dwellers?

Asked by: MarkE
This quilt could most definitely be used by ground dwellers if you prefer a quilt over a sleeping bag.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-04-25
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