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    Subzero quilts.

    What vendors make subzero quilts. I'm talking negative degree quilts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snipen View Post
    What vendors make subzero quilts. I'm talking negative degree quilts.
    I make quilts down to minus 40. Lots of downy goodness at www.locolibregear.com

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    For a RidgeRunner, WarBonnet has an UQ rated as "Scandinavian" - which is "warmer" than their 0 bag - but I don't recall seeing a number attached to it.

    Note: it's sort of my thing to point out - the quilt doesn't make the "warm" - the occupant does. That's their job. The quilt's job is to keep the heat they make in.
    In order to see what few have seen, you must go where few have gone. And DO what few have done.

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    I can attest to the quality and warmth of Loco Libre quilts! I cherish mine, true works of art and craftsmanship.

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    UGQ will make below zero quilts

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    A more versatile option is to stack quilts. I use an overstuffed 0 (+2oz) and a partial length 40 well below zero. If it's really cold I'll substitute a 20 for the 40. Add a Molly Mac canvas sock and you're set, mix and match as the temps dictate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goobie View Post
    A more versatile option is to stack quilts. I use an overstuffed 0 (+2oz) and a partial length 40 well below zero. If it's really cold I'll substitute a 20 for the 40. Add a Molly Mac canvas sock and you're set, mix and match as the temps dictate.
    I want to get away from stacking quilts. A lot of hassle that I'm tired of dealing with.

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