Updated just in time for 2019, the Corus HD 32 Degree Down Quilt is a little wider, a little longer, and a little lighter, yet still delivers superb warmth and luxurious comfort for minimalist backcountry travelers. Now weighing in at only 1. 3 pounds at a regular length, and packing down to a compact 10 x 7 inches, this bag is easily stored in your pack when you're trekking for long distances to remote backcountry locales. Lofty down insulation traps precious warmth from escaping on cooler evenings dipping into the upper 30s. This down insulation features a Nikwax hydrophobic treatment that sheds overnight condensation and dewy mornings from compromising its loft, so you'll remain toasty-warm even if it's a bit wet outside. And to retain even greater heat, ThermaCapture seams employ a heat-radiating coating that keeps body warmth locked inside the bag, as to prevent heat loss to the cold air surrounding you. Seeing as Therm-a-Rest is renowned for their sleeping pads, it only makes sense the Corus HD Quilt features Build a System perimeter snap loops that mate with another Therm-a-Rest pad, quilt, sleeping bag, blanket, or sheet. This 2019 model also features an updated footbox, newly shaped to slip over your pad and eliminate chilly drafts.
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Therm-a-Rest Corus HD Quilt: 32 Degree Down
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