Accomplice Custom

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With a closed footbox and individual draft control, the Accomplice is the perfect quilt for couples looking to lightened their load on the trail. A proprietary draft blocker at the head end keeps warmth inside, and the individual neck and side openings allow each person to adjust for comfort in a wide range of temperatures.

The Accomplice is a quilt, not a sleeping bag, which means it's designed to be used with a sleeping pad to provide insulation underneath you, between you and the ground. The Accomplice doesn't have zippers or built-in hoods, saving weight and space in your pack.

Important Note: Custom orders cannot be changed after order placement. Returned custom orders or custom orders cancelled after 48 hours will incur a 20% restocking fee. No exceptions.


    • Poofy sewn-closed footbox for a no-fuss sleeping experience
    • Pad attachment system keeps the quilt secure on a sleeping pad and lets each user regulate their individual temperature
    • Snap and drawcord neck closures let each user fine-tune draft control
    • Proprietary draft blocker between the neck closures keeps warm air inside
    • Unique U-shaped continuous baffles
    • Zero-PFC DownTek resists moisture and dries out more quickly than untreated down. The down is ethically sourced from an RDS certified supplier
    • Ultralight nylon fabric has a DWR finish and has been customized for comfort
    • Fabric colors may appear different from images shown due to rendering and monitor differences. Read more about our Fabrics.
    • Handmade in Winona, Minnesota.


We accept returns of new and unused items with all tags attached, within 30 days of shipment. Returned custom orders, or custom orders cancelled after 48 hours, incur a 20% restocking fee. For more information, check out our policies.

Note: All quilt height and width measurements reference the dimensions of the sewn but not stuffed product. Each quilt type measures differently based on product design. For sizing related questions, please review our size chart located on the tab above. Unless otherwise noted, this chart reflects the weight of 10D outside and inside fabric.

Order Change Policy

Items cannot be changed or altered once an order has been placed. The customer may cancel an item at any time prior to being shipped, per our Cancellation Policy.

If you'd like to cancel your order, reach out to customer service, and we'll assist you.

Order Cancellation Policy

Stock and warehouse items are items that ship in 1 to 2 business days. Orders for these items can be canceled with a full refund issued, as long as the item has not been shipped. Once an item has shipped, the Return Policy applies.

Custom items can be cancelled within 48 hours of when the order was placed, and a full refund will be issued. After the initial 48 hours and before shipment, items can still be canceled and refunded, but the refund will be reduced by 20% of the item's original purchase price, due to process interruptions and used materials.

Return Policy

Our return policy varies depending on the type of product you purchase. The below policies are for items you wish to return new and unused. We do not accept returns of used items. For details regarding warranty issues, see our Limited Lifetime Warranty.

Stock items and warehouse items ship in 1 to 2 business days, and can be returned for a full refund within 30 days of shipping. Items must be new and unused, with any included tags still attached. Any items with visible signs of use, or noticeable odors, will not be accepted. You must reach out to our customer service team to receive return approval prior to shipping any items back. All approved items must be shipped within 7 business days of receiving return approval. The customer is responsible for any shipping expenses involved. Refunds are given in the original method of payment.

Custom products can be returned within 30 days of shipping, and will be charged 20% of the item's original purchase price, as a restocking fee. Items must be new and unused, with any included tags still attached. Any items with visible signs of use, or noticeable odors, will not be accepted. You must reach out to our customer service team to receive return approval prior to shipping any items back. All approved items must be shipped within 7 business days of receiving return approval. The customer is responsible for any shipping expenses involved. Refunds are given in the original method of payment.

Limited Lifetime Warranty

Enlightened Equipment warrants its products will be free from defects in materials and workmanship to the original owner for the lifetime of the product.

If a warranty claim is validated, we will repair, replace or refund, at our option, the damaged product.

Our Limited Lifetime Warranty does not cover damage caused by normal wear and tear, accident, lost or stolen items, improper care or cleaning, non-standard usage, negligence or aftermarket modifications.

“Lifetime of the product” means the lifetime of the components, fabrics, and materials of the warrantied product. Materials and components wear out, deteriorate and fade over time, depending on the product’s exposure to the elements and how the product is used and cared for. Our warranty does not cover products that fail or are damaged due to wear and tear.

All Warehouse items are covered by our warranty, excluding any specific issues mentioned on the product page. Warehouse items are sold in like new condition.

Tips For Choosing The Perfect Sleep System

Enlightened Equipment offers a wide range of custom options in our made-to-order sleep systems. This article is an overview of the different specs you can choose so you can get the quilt that's perfect for you.

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Video: The Accomplice

Are you thinking about trying a double quilt for the first time? Check out this video to learn more about the features of the Accomplice so you can decide if this is the new sleep system for you and your partner on the trail. We think you are going to love it!

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"Its hard to find a good quality double bag. This is hands down the best there is out there. My wife and I share it comfortably. As backpack hunters, we were able to shave POUNDS off our packs by sharing this lightweight, roomy, and very comfortable 2 person quilt. I have tried plenty of bags and you can't be the Accomplice." - Blake Malo

Need Help Selecting A Temperature Rating?

Shivering through the night in the backcountry is nobody’s idea of a good time. Check out this article for some tips choosing the proper temperature rating for your new gear.

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59 Reviews

Mitchell Johnson 4th Dec 2018

A great quilt for all occasions

Every couple has their own sleeping habits. Some sleep in different beds because one of them kicks. Others clutch each other in an embrace the whole night. And still other are somewhere in between. The Accomplice is perfect for every couple.

The specs are all up on top of the page, but suffice it to say the Accomplice checks all the ultra-light boxes. Super light weight and compactable, it's perfect for backpacking, whether for a weekend or a thru-hike. It's also incredibly versatile. The design allows for hot sleepers (me) to stick a leg out on warm nights, while not disturbing their partner. I was surprised at how little movement was translated when my partner shifted around at night; it was almost as though we were in our own separate bags.

But we definitely weren't, and that's the biggest advantage of the Accomplice. My partner and I are self-professed "snuggle bugs," and the Accomplice satisfies our cuddling inclinations. I talked about hot nights already, but the Accomplice can be just as valuable when camping at the lower end of its temperature range. We camped on the north shore of Lake Superior in October and, unexpectedly (expectedly?), there was a cold snap. Got down to around 15 degrees Fahrenheit that night. We were definitely cold, but it wasn't the quilt that betrayed us: it was our sleeping pads. All through the night, anything that the quilt was touching was toasty warm, and anything the pad was touching was an icicle. Truly, the Accomplice showed its muscle that night. However, for any temperatures much colder than that, I'd definitely suggest a sleeping bag. Sometimes the unparalleled snugness of a mummy bag is indispensable.

As I finish up the review, I will supply one caveat. If you get the Accomplice, I would suggest purchasing a couple more Accomplice Pad Straps. It's been discussed in other spaces, but the downfall of many an Accomplice user is the dreaded "gap." If you and your partner are using two separate sleeping pads, and one of you is a sleeper who tosses and turns quite a bit, the sleeping pads can get pushed apart leaving a "gap" with no ground insulation. Trust me, it makes for a cold night (see above). This being said, purchasing a couple extra straps will definitely do the trick. Otherwise, investing in a double-wide sleeping pad is a sure-fired way to solve the "gap" problem.

Tiny critique aside, the Accomplice is an excellent choice for couples who want to snuggle up on the trail at night, or even enjoy a nice front country excursion complete with warm fires and s'mores. I'm so happy we bought it. It revolutionized the way we think about our nights in the woods.

Peter Webber 25th Nov 2018

Accomplice down quilt

I reviewed our accomplice down quilt for Crazy Guy on a Bike:
Hi Tom,
Disclaimer: We do not receive kickbacks of any sort reviewing this piece of gear.

We used -18deg C sleeping bags in South America & were never cold.
Whilst warm, sleeping bags aren't very social when there is two of you.

We have now changed to a -12Deg C Enlightened Equipment Down Quilt.

We have used this in New Zealand,Tasmania & locally for about 2 months of camping so far.

Enlightened Equipment have a pretty good system to hold your sleeping mats together, clipping the quilt to the underside of the mats & have head boxes with drawstrings for each of us to pull tight around your neck or tuck your head down into the quilt for when it gets cold. They do not extend around your head & Vicki sometimes wore a beanie, I did not.

If you get hot, it is easy enough to unclip the quilt from the mat to hang a leg out or throw it off.

These are a truly lightweight piece of equipment, we opted for the 850
fill down (responsibly sourced) & the water resistant outer. We could have gone for the 950 fill down but didn't feel the additional cost was worth the weight saving.

All up, it saves 50% of the weight of our two sleeping bags. That is its like carrying just one sleeping bag.

It packs down to much the same size as a single sleeping bag.

With Enlightened Equipment you are able customise your quilt in fill, colour & water repellent outer covering.

Pricing is probably less than replacing with 2 new separate sleeping bags of the same quality.
The lining material is very silky & comfortable.

Our Enlightened equipment down quilt has ticked all the boxes for us to date, & we have been very satisfied with the purchase.
The company had been recommended to us by two very lightweight American bikepackers, we met in Southern Chile, who had ridden from Alaska. When we returned to Australia I had a look at some of the designs available & settled on Enlightened Equipment for the purchase.

We enjoy warming up quicker together in the quilt than the sleeping bags.

That's our experience

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