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Kings Canyon UL Quilt

An ultralight minimalist quilt for the trail

This ultralight quilt goes wherever you go. Packing small and weighing in at 1lb, it'll be the envy on thru-hikes, desert camp outs, music festivals and spontaneous couch surfing sessions. The perfect companion for wherever you may lay your head. Insulated with PrimaLoft® Silver and featuring snaps that can either close up like a bag or adhere to your pad, this is a warm, technical piece that you'll never forget at home.
$149.95
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Specs + Sizing

Bag Weight15oz / 425g
Fill Weight8oz / 227g
Compressed Bag Size4" x 6" / 10 x 15cm
Stuff Sack Size6" x 13" / 15 x 33cm
Sleeping Bag TypeComforters, Quilts, Liners
Intended UseBackpacking

Features

Ultralight quilt that is ideal for hut trips, couch surfing, or warm summer nights thru-hiking 

Designed as a minimalist quilt that you can tuck around yourself using the top corner hand pockets

Works well as an extra layer over your sleeping bag to provide more warmth

Integrated snap system creates simplified mummy bag for colder nights

Affix your quilt to your pad to create a secure sleep system using the includes 10 snap patches 

Cinch bag tight around shoulders with one-handed cordlock to seal in heat

Minimalistic footbox 

Works with any pad size or shape

Storage sack & stuff sack included 

Construction + Materials

Nylon rip-stop shell fabric with a water-repellent finish

Polyester Taffeta lining 

70% recycled PrimaLoft® Hi-Loft Ultra Silver insulation 

Stitch-free shell construction for maximum thermal efficiency and water resistance

Includes 10 3M snap patches 

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What’s in a Name?

King Mountain and Creek were named for Preston King, a civil engineer from New Jersey who suffered from gold fever and moved west in 1879. King, who surveyed roads from Yampa to Steamboat Springs, was one of the early homesteaders in Egeria Park (Toponas area) in the early 1880’s. His son, Elmer King, ran one of the first steam threshing machines in south Routt County.