22.81 Ounces
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Quilt or sleeping bag? With the Convert, you get to decide every single night. The Convert features a full-length zipper and an adjustable footbox with a shock cord that can be completely closed, completely open like a blanket, and everything in between, allowing you to dial it in for a comfortable night’s sleep no matter where you are. You can also zip one Convert to another Convert to create a large sleeping bag for one or two.

Even with the full coverage the Convert offers, it still weighs less than most sleeping bags on the market thanks to our ultralight materials and no-fuss design.

The following temperature ratings coincide to the quilt colors:

    • 40° - 10D Forest exterior, and a 10D Black interior  

    • 30° - 10D Burnt Orange exterior, and a 10D Charcoal interior
    • 20° - 10D Navy exterior, and a 10D Charcoal interior

    • 10° - 10D Purple exterior, and a 10D Black interior

If you need a size, temperature, down fill, or color that isn't available here, consider ordering a custom Convert


    • Full-length zipper and shock cord footbox allow for use as a quilt or sleeping bag
    • Double draft-blocking tubes along the zipper keep you covered, with reinforced zipper backing for durability
    • Pad attachment system included for quilt use: when the Convert is open, use elastic straps and clips on each side to keep it secure on your sleeping pad and lock out drafts
    • Snap and drawcord neck closure lets you fine-tune draft control
    • Tapered full-length vertical baffles
    • All of our 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.

Down product weights may vary +/- 3% due to production variances.


We accept returns of new and unused items with all tags attached, within 30 days of shipment. For more information, check out our policies.

Note: The length measurement below is taken while the sleeping bag is completely open and laid flat. When the sleeping bag is fully closed the length will decrease by 4” - 6”. 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.

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Need help figuring out which Enlightened Equipment quilt to buy? Take our online Quilt Quizzes to get our recommendations! We'll tell you which of our quilts we think you'd like, what sizing we'd suggest, and what temperature rating would be most appropriate.

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20 Reviews

Matt Lindberg 30th Sep 2020


I can't stand hot feet which makes cold temp camping loathsome. Love the versatility of this. Not a fan of mummy bags or quilts. With this, I can, since when it's cold I can release the sinches, and when release when it's hot. Stretch my legs apart, or snuggle in. I sleep hot and went with a 40 degree bag for my sept/oct thru hike of the sht. I would have gone with 30 or 20 degree,but I was late to the game. Got into the 20s a few nights. I brought a bag liner and sleeping long undies which I'll do in the future even when I order the next one. Love it!

Alyssa 17th Aug 2020

Really great!!! Comfortable at and below rating up to 10-degrees

I'm a recently initiated but enthusiastic backpacker ~ I went with the 30-degree/regular size and am THRILLED with the ultralite weight. The temperature rating is accurate but I tested it right off the bat by spending a night in my hammock that probably hovered around 20-degrees. I saw reviews about the range spanning up to 10-degrees below the rating, plus the lower 20-degree convert wasn't available when I needed to order, so I went for it. I would say that having additional insulation when you dip that far below the rating is pretty critical - after that first night, I used two pads underneath me and also used a bag liner inside, which did the trick. It's a pricy but worthy investment and if I save up enough in the coming months, I'll definitely consider buying the 10-degree version so I've got my bases covered!

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