I'm looking to make a Ray-Way quilt for Spring, Summer, Fall use in the Adirondacks, NY and Colorado during Summer (camping low @ or near trail heads of 14er's). I've got a 2,200 RW pack. I don't know which road to go down...
*please note I'm a sewer & familiar with thru-hiker.com
2 layers of Woodland - .75" for 40 degrees
1 layer of Woodland - .75" for 70 degrees + a thru-hiker.com vest? or jacket?
1 layer of Alpine - .90" for 60 degrees + a thru-hiker.com vest? or jacket?
Right now I've got a RW 2-Layer Alpine for 28 degrees and it's huge when compressed, IMO.
*I've tried searching this question on BPL & I'm assuming YOU will say I should email the Jardine's with it. I value the BPL community and I think your thoughts and opinions will help me. And I thank you.