WTB: Summer Bag or Quilt



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· · Unknown Hometown · Joined Jan 1970 · Points: 0

Looking for an affordable summer bag or quilt, something that can keep me warm to around 40.


Light as possible preferred.

· · Unknown Hometown · Joined Jan 1970 · Points: 0

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djh860 · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Dec 2014 · Points: 110
· · Unknown Hometown · Joined Jan 1970 · Points: 0

I'm looking for a 40° bag - already own a silk liner

· · Unknown Hometown · Joined Jan 1970 · Points: 0

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Norm Larson · · Wilson, Wy. · Joined Jan 2008 · Points: 55

I've got a Marmot Atom 40 degree down bag I'd like to sell if interested.

Hung Huynh · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Sep 2016 · Points: 0

Here, https://www.hammockforums.net/forum/showthread.php/120835-Show-off-your-DIY-Costco-Quilts?highlight=costco

Don't know if Costco still carry individual at their warehouse anymore but online 2 packs is $40 https://www.costco.com/Double-Black-Diamond-Packable-Down-Throw-2-pack.product.100314979.html

people use it in 30-40* weather.

· · Unknown Hometown · Joined Jan 1970 · Points: 0

I actually already made that into a quilt but without a puffy it's barely good to 50°. You could push to the 40°s but Def not near freezing

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