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Jordan Hurder
(jordanhurder) - F

Locale: Southern California
gear I would commit crimes for on 05/23/2006 17:06:32 MDT Print View

On the Arctic 1000 website, they mention an 18oz synthetic quilt made custom by BMW. I hope one day they drop the "custom" tag... As someone who won't use down, a superlight synthetic quilt is the ticket... especially if they make a version for summer camping that doesn't need to stand up to the rigors of the arctic. Anyway, just something that caught my eye.

Edited by jordanhurder on 05/23/2006 17:08:07 MDT.

Jeff Jackson
(Just_Jeff) - F

Locale: Colorado's Front Range
Re: gear I would commit crimes for on 05/24/2006 01:01:38 MDT Print View

A synthetic quilt is one of the simplest projects you can make...you could even do it by hand. Why wait for (and pay) BMW to make it for you?

Bob Bankhead
(wandering_bob) - MLife

Locale: Oregon, USA
gear I would commit crimes for on 05/24/2006 08:12:28 MDT Print View

or you can get one right now from Fanatic Fringe. They have 30 and 40 degree synthethic quilts in Polarguard3D and Polarguard Delta

http://www.fanaticfringe.com/page6.html

Edited by wandering_bob on 05/24/2006 08:14:51 MDT.

Ron D
(dillonr) - MLife

Locale: Colorado
gear I would committ crimes for on 05/24/2006 11:11:43 MDT Print View

Mountain Laurel Designs is coming out with a synthetic version of their Devotion top bag. It comes in around 18oz.
Ron

Mike Storesund
(mikes) - F
Re: gear I would commit crimes for on 05/24/2006 12:15:18 MDT Print View

<<<"or you can get one right now from Fanatic Fringe.">>>

Got my FF 30 degree Polarguard-D a couple months ago. I love it. If I plan to do sub zero I'll add the Nunatak Arc Alpinist.