Dang, look at all the cool dealers Enlightened Equipment has!



California - 2 Foot Adventures
2116 Main St Suite 2C, Julian, CA 92036

California - Nomad Ventures
54415 N Circle Dr, Idyllwild-Pine Cove, CA 92549

Kentucky - Quest Outdoors
4600 Shelbyville Rd Suite 133, Louisville, KY 40207
(502) 290-4589

Minnesota - Garage Grown Gear
2300 Myrtle Ave Suite 220, St Paul, MN 55114

Minnesota - Midwestern Mountaineering 
309 Cedar Ave South, Minneapolis 55454

Minnesota - Trailfitters
Fitger’s Brewery Complex, 600 E Superior St, Duluth, MN 55802

New Mexico - Tourist
1527A - 5th St, Santa Fe, NM 87505

New York - Gear For Adventure
305 Buffalo St, Hamburg, NY 14075

North Carolina - Moto Camp Nerd
11651 N Main St Suite S, Archdale, NC 27263

Ohio - Roads Rivers and Trails
118 Main St., Milford, OH 45150

Vermont - Outdoor Gear Exchange
37 Church St., Burlington VT


Australia - Backpacking Light
373 Little Bourke St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
+61 3 9670 5144

Canada - Geartrade
8038 402 Ave E #100, Okotoks, AB T1S 1A1, Canada
+1 403-604-4227

Czech Republic - Nalehko 
Papírová 123/12, 460 01 Liberec, Czechia

+420 739 577 362

Czech Republic - Travelight  
Míru 31, 739 61 Třinec, Czechia

+420 603 719 54

Denmark - Outdoorians Aps
Vordingborgvej 344, 4700 Næstved, Denmark

+45 42 44 26 39

France - Mercantile UL
6 rue des Salicaires 33520 Bruges, France

Germany - HiKERHAUS
Bötzowstraße 35, 10407 Berlin, Germany
+49 30 20927531

Germany - 
Alter Holzhafen 15, 23966 Wismar, Germany

+49 3841 7583060

Germany - Walkonthewildside
Alter Holzhafen 15, 23966 Wismar, Germany

+49 228 3360780

Indonesia - Halcyon Outdoor
Jl. PH. H. Mustofa, Komplek Surapati Core
Blok F-27, Bandung, Indonesia

+49 228 3360780

Japan - Moonlight Gear 
2-chōme-8-10 Iwamotochō, Chiyoda City, Tokyo 101-0032, Japan
〒531-0072 Osaka, Kita Ward, Toyosaki, 3-chōme−4−6 1F, Japan

+81 3-6884-8143

Netherlands -
Molenstraat 45, 7957 CH De Wijk, Netherlands
+31 6 20106037

New Zealand - Pack Gear Go 
167 Whitby Road, Wakefield 7025, New Zealand

+64 27 309 4256

Norway -
Husebykroken 26, 3280 Tjodalyng, Norway

Slovakia - OutdoorLine 
Pri bitúnku 11, 040 01 Košice-Juh, Slovakia
+421 948 148 606

Spain - Super Ligero
Pl. Pablo Neruda, 1, 08850 Gavà, Barcelona, Spain

Sweden - Backpacking Light
Industrivägen 10, 901 30 Umeå, Sweden
+46 73 909 58 97

Sweden - Fjallsport 
Magasinsgatan 7, 411 18 Göteborg, Sweden
+46 31 741 49 11

Taiwan - COW Records 
1, No. 7號, Lane 40, Andong St, Da’an District, Taipei City, Taiwan 10666
+886 2 2775 2790

United Kingdom - Valley and Peak
Unit 1 Bamburgh Court Bolingbroke Road Fairfield Industrial Estate Louth Lincolnshire LN11 0WE

United Kingdom - Ultralight Outdoor Gear
Unit 2 Wynyard Business Park, Stockton-on-Tees, TS22 5FE



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How do you use a sleeping quilt?1

Sleeping quilts are used as a part of a sleep system that usually includes your tent, your sleeping pad, your sleeping quilt or bag, and base layer cloths. Without each of these pieces accounted for in the conditions you expect to be sleeping in, your system may fail, and your other parts of your sleep system cannot make up for it. For example, your 0° sleeping quilt will not be able to keep you warm if your heat is lost beneath you by having an inadequate sleeping pad..

How do you attach a quilt to a sleeping pad?1

Quilts use strap systems to attach the quilt to your sleeping pad. This usually includes some combination of either flat straps, or loop straps, which loop around the pad, then attach the quilt via clips..

Is a quilt or sleeping bag warmer? 1

Both Sleeping Quilts and Bags use temperature rating to measure their level of warmth, meaning that a 20° sleeping quilt should be equally warm (when used properly) against a 20° sleeping bag. In extreme cold conditions, having your body fully encapsulated by a sleeping bag may create extra layers of failsafe for keeping out moisture and drafts.

Are quilts good for side sleepers? 1

Because of their ability to be opened and moved within more freely, quilts are generally better for side sleepers. Quilts allow you to sleep more naturally while in blanket-mode, and allow you to choose how secure/tight to your body the quilt sits on colder nights.

What’s the difference between a sleeping bag and sleeping quilt?1

Sleeping bags fully encompass the user head-to-toe, while sleeping quilts only cover the most necessary parts of the body. Sleeping quilts lack the hood of a sleeping bag, as well as the insulation underneath your body in exchange for a more highly versatile sleeping experience. Sleeping quilts can be formed as blankets, or closer to full bags, depending on the temperatures and variables the night calls for, while sleeping bags will only wrap around the user fully in the 'mummy bag' fashion.