>thanks you guys for the encouragement! NOT...I know I
>Risk and Coy Boy,
am just resigned to the fact i have to be
downless...so have to work on finding the best combo
of clothes and bag and shelter to work in the winter
for me with best weight. The new down proof bag worked
pretty well...better than anything else til about the
middle of the night then uhoh...sniff sniff..had to
throw it off me to breath! :) luckily i was testing it
in my cold apartment...:) so does quest have primaloft
fabric? I am going to have to start paying more
attention to everyones specs on R values etc, etc...:0
I did some allergy practice years ago. If you are
allergic to the down
or duck dandruff, the molecules that drift around and
are small enough that the ripstop is no barrier to
them. It does not
matter that the cloth is down proof. Since it would be
have a vapor barrier between you and the bag, I
believe you are stuck
using the best synthetic you can find.
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> so does quest have primaloftVera,
OWFINC.com has Primaloft in two different weights, 4 oz and 6 oz.
The 4 oz has .8" of loft and the 6 oz has 1.3" of loft. It comes in
batts and is pretty easy to work with.