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I am looking for top quilt manufactures I know of EE and z packs who else makes top quilts
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Any hammock maker - also GoLite.

Google "backpacking quilt" and you'll get pages.


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I forgot I had a list from the ultimate hang. I guess I was looking for more of a go to brand if I said sleeping bags the answer would have been wm ff then marmot golite ect.
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EE makes a nice quilt. I also own 2 Golite down quilts. I would deffinetly buy another quilt from EE anytime.

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I have one from Nanatak and one from Golite. I like them both.

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Not list but many are mentioned here
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Jacks R Better, EE, Nunatak, Te-Wa, Arrowhead equipment.  

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Feathered Friends, JRB, Nunatak.

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http://www.backpackgeartest.org/reviews....strella

There are lots of choices these days. I still have yet to find a higher quality quilt than Nunatak, but they show it in the price too.


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The sea to summit micro series bags can function as a quilt, semi rectangular, or mummy bag
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I'm a fan of HammockGear products. I've been using his under and top quilts for a few years now. Cottage industry and will usually do custom work.
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I really like my 2 JacksRBetter quilts. There are perhaps better, more expensive quilts out there, but none as flexible. Even though I seem to keep buying new pieces of sleeping gear, the JRB Sierra Stealth and High Sierra Stealth seem to have my needs covered.

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I like my JRB quilt for warm weather, which is the only time I use a quilt. I like that it can be configured so it has a partial footbox. A good value in a quilt. You can, of course, use a quilt at any temp. depending on the rating. Just my personal preference.
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