( 543 Reviews )

Revelation

$255.00
16.56 Ounces
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Description:

The Revelation top quilt is the most versatile quilt available. It uses a partially-zippered footbox (the zipper extends 20" from the foot to the back of your knees) which allows the footbox to quickly be opened or closed, and weighs only 1 gram more than using snaps. Utilizing a simple yet adaptable attachment system, you can cinch the quilt edges down tight for cold weather, or open up for more ventilation when it’s warm, including opening the whole quilt and footbox flat like a blanket. The Revelation is made-to-order just for you, without a custom price tag. Choose the specific down option, size, temperature rating, and fabrics you need to hit the performance you need with no unnecessary weight. This is the perfect quilt for canoeists, kayakers, hikers, climbers, and cyclists who need minimal weight while being able to adapt to any situation they may find on the trail. 

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Revelation

543 Reviews

5/5
28th Apr 2017

Revelation 850/20F

I couldn't say enough good things it packs down to about the size of your head, is lightweight, warm, and most importantly comfortable. I brag about this thing to everyone outdoorsy I know, and I sometimes find myself sleeping under it on top of my bed.

5/5
27th Apr 2017

Revelation 850 Down - Long/XWide

I have only had a chance to use my new quilt on a couple of nights. I bought it to use on a mountain hunt next fall, but wanted to try it in colder temperatures before actually hitting the mountains. So I spent two nights in the backyard with temperatures that dipped below freezing. Not having used a quilt before I was concerned about it keeping me warm enough since I toss and turn frequently. My worries were unfounded. I slept very comfortably and have no doubt it will be fine in even lower temps. I slept just in a base layer top and bottom. The only thing I added was a stocking cap for my head - I'm really considering adding a hoodlum to complete the set up. I am 6'3", 225# and the long extra wide is luxuriously spacious.

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