M 2007 Jacks ‘R’ Better Old Rag Mtn Down Quilt REVIEW
by Doug Johnson
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Like most Jacks 'R' Better quilts, the Old Rag Mtn Down Quilt is a versatile bag. It can be used as a warm top quilt (a bag with no bottom insulation), as an under-quilt in a hammock system (that hangs under a hammock), or as a winter overbag. With the optional Down to Earth Converter, it can even be made into a top bag system (a open bottom bag with an attached foam pad). No matter how it's used, the Old Rag Mtn provides a good warmth-to-weight ratio a good value at under $300 (size regular).
- What's Good
- What's Not So Good
- Specifications: Year/Model, Style, Fill, Loft, Manufacturer, Weight, Sizes, Fabrics, Features, Included Accessories, Optional Accessories, MSRP, MSRP- The Ultimate 4 Season Hammock Quilt Set
- What's Unique
- Recommendations for Improvement
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