Kings Canyon UL Quilt

An extra layer for your warm-weather bag on chilly spring overnights, or to wrap up in while watching a free summer concert in the park

Specs + Sizing

Packed Weight1lb / 454g
Fill Weight8.5oz / 241g
Compressed Bag Size4" x 6" / 10 x 15cm
Stuff Sack Size4" x 9" / 10 x 23cm


Ultralight quilt that is ideal for hut trips, couch surfing, or warm summer nights outdoors

Designed as a simple cover 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

Features a small pocket at the foot to slide your pad into, keeping your quilt and pad connected

Works with any pad size or shape

Nylon stuff sack included

Construction + Materials

PrimaLoft® Silver insulation

Quilted construction

Six webbing loops and included shock cord allow you to lace the sides of the quilt together on colder night

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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.