I have also heard of a few using the top from GoLite (can't remembet
the name right now). I have seen them at Sierra Trading Post pretty
cheap. Not being down it is quite a bit cheaper than the Nanatak
Back Country Blanket. RAB also makes a similar down blanket that is
a little cheaper. However if you are able to sew (sounds like you
can) you are way ahead of the game.
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, "Mirage" <web_dawg@y...>
> Well, browsing around the web today, I made an interesting
> It seems the evolution of my underquilt has begun to closely
> approximate an existing product.
> I discovered the Nunatak Back Country Blanket
> and it's features are almost exactly what I had on tap for my next
> I hadn't quite decided on the velcro along the long edges, but
> seeing it on this product, I'll be giving it a try. I already had
> planned on the foot and head draw cords.
> At ~ $390.00 a pop, I'll gladly continue trying to build my own.
> I've got the no-see-um, and down, just trying to find a better
> selection of Epic fabric (thus my previous post). I'm building it
> over the Holiday break.
> Shane "Mirage"...