More comfortable and versatile than standard sleeping bags, the Massdrop UL Down Sleeping Quilt is great for backpacking, bike touring, traveling, and anyone who wants freedom of movement while they sleep—and a lighter pack to carry the following day. Everything about it, from the dimensions to the footbox design, was built based on polls, drop feedback, and requests from the community. The quilt is made right here in the USA, and available in two different temperature ratings (35 and 20 degrees Fahrenheit) and two lengths (regular and long). All quilts now come with 800-fill hydrophobic down that is RDS Certified (Responsible Down Standard).
Note: This drop’s base price is for the regular 35-degree quilt. At checkout, you can opt for the long 35-degree quilt (+ $7), the regular 20-degree quilt (+ $29), or the long 20-degree quilt (+ $39). This drop is limited to 250 quilts.
Made from soft, durable, and downproof 15d nylon (which offers the best price-to-performance ratio in our book), this quilt has baffles with ample loft to keep you cozy whenever and wherever there’s a chill, along with a vertical-baffle design that keeps the down from shifting to the side as you move around at night. It’s insulated with 800-fill-power DownTek hydrophobic down, which has been treated with a durable, water-repellent coating. Two straps can be gently wrapped around your body or the sleeping pad, or removed altogether. To seal in warmth, the collar can be snapped together and the top bungee cord lock can be cinched snugly around your neck.
We noticed that many people prefer a wider quilt, which allows them more wiggle room to sleep naturally—so we’re making 55.75 inches our standard width. And because we found a lot of folks don’t use the toe-box zipper to open their quilt into a blanket, we opted for a sealed design from your knee to the foot, combined with an opening at the end of the footbox for ventilation. This simplified construction makes our quilt light and warm, while ensuring it can be used in a range of temperatures, environments, and sleeping positions.
To learn more about this quilt, check out SectionHiker's review (note that we have made the straps removable since his review, upgraded the insulation to 800 DownTek, and now offer a 35-degree version).
All orders will be shipped by the vendor.
Estimated ship date is June 30, 2017 PT.
After this product run ends, payment will be collected and orders will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all orders final. Check the discussion for updates on your order.