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The Enigma is the ideal minimalist quilt when weight and simplicity are critical. This quilt specifically features a sewn-closed 3D footbox that provides ample room for your feet while limiting dead air space that needs to be heated. When it’s warm, use it like a blanket and kick your foot out. When it’s cold, cinch down the sides with our pad attachment system. Build your Enigma to meet your performance needs, without carrying any unnecessary weight. The Enigma is the simplest quilt available and is perfect for hikers, canoeists, kayakers, climbers, and cyclists who need minimal weight and maximum warmth.


  • A sewn-closed 3D footbox minimizing weight and maximizing warmth.
  • Pad attachment system using elastic straps, and clips on each side of the quilt, to keep you securely on your pad, and give you the ability to cinch down the sides on those cold nights.
  • Snap and drawstring neck closer, fits securely around your shoulders to fine-tune draft control.
  • U shaped baffles keep the down where you need it, all night long.
  • Half taper design to minimize weight while reflecting the natural shape of the human body.
  • Ethically sourced down from an RDS certified supplier that verifies that none of the down in the supply chain is acquired through live plucking or forced-feeding.
  • Zero PFC DownTek treated down which helps the down resist moisture longer, and dry out quicker if it does get wet.
  • 10D fabric made of a customized, lightweight and durable nylon that offers breathability and comfort.
  • Optional 20D ripstop nylon that has been customized to increase comfort and offers higher durability and water resistance.
  • Handmade in Winona, Minnesota.

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129 Reviews

Timothy Wentzell 17th Feb 2018

Weak Seams

I own quilts from a few different cottage companies. This is the only quilt I've had that the seams are coming apart. I'm gentle on my gear and this is the only one I've had this problem with. Two baffles are slowly becoming one. I have about 7 nights under this quilt. Not confident in my particular quilt for long term durability. It's unfortunate because the quilt is made with quality materials. The stitching seems to be not as dependable as the others though. I like the customization of it. I will continue to use the quilt but will go elsewhere for my next one.

Taylor 12th Feb 2018

Holy comfort Batman!

TL;DR: Great product. Worth every penny. Do check out the sizing tables and instructions before ordering. So, not gonna lie. I wanted to hate my Enigma when it arrived. Here's a brief rundown of the quilt and I before I get to that though. Me: 6'2'' (74"), 53" girth, 230lb, warm sleeper Quilt: Enigma 850fp 0deg 78"L (long) by 64"W (X-Wide) 32.x ounces Sleeping pad: Big Agnes Hinman (wide/long) R-value 5.5 Anyways, back to the hate, I had just parted with 375 of my closest friends, and waited a couple weeks. Upon getting the package containing this anticipated gift to myself, I scurried up to my apartment and yanked the puffy mass out of its packaging. I got to measuring width and length. Width matched up with my order, but the length came in around 72.5. I crawled under it, it seemed long enough, but I was furious thinking I paid this much to get shorted (pun intended). After a brief stint with customer service (you guys were great), I was educated that the seam length was actually 78", but once the fill aerates, the length shrinks a little bit. On the fence as to wether or not I wanted to keep or exchange the quilt, I made an impromptu trip up to a local spot so I could test it out. It's been a warm winter in AZ, but it was forecasted to get down to 17F at my chosen spot, the coolest foreseeable evening until next winter. Fast forward to go-time. I ran the quilt on top of my sleeping pad without using the pad straps. I got under the quilt with an ambient temp of approximately 40 after sitting under the stars without a fire. First thing I noticed was the heat. It quick, and glorious. There was little warm up time. Next was the comfort of the material. It was a good tactile feeling, soft, but not suffocating. I fell asleep easily. As the temperature dropped, I stayed comfortable and warm. I am a fidgety sleeper (moving frequently from back to side/fetal, and to stomach sleeping) and the quilt didn't draft unless I wanted it to, and even when it did, there were no worries about "getting warm again". I woke up in 15 degree weather, a slight frost near my mouth on the quilt (which shook right off the 10D silny material). I was cozy and happy. Not once did I think the quilt was too short. After that one night, I am ecstatic to own this product and will happily recommend this product to anyone that cares to listen. PROs: - Great material feel - Excellent warmth - Excellent design (see CONs, I have some nit-picky critiques). - Pad strap/stretch strap buckles are great. You can't feel them even when you're sleeping on them, and they come apart at a given test weight so as to prevent rip/tears. CONs - The snaps near the mouth concern me regarding rips/tears. I didn't feel them while sleeping, but if I stretched or fidgeted in a way that stressed them, based on their orientation to the direction of tension, I wouldn't be surprised if a rip occurred. Suggested Solution: Use 1 or 2 more of the flat buckles - The flat buckles are not serviceable - The drawstring is static line, and is not serviceable Suggested Solution: Use a static anchor (maybe 3-5 inches) spliced to shock cord

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