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Named for the idyllic headwaters of the mighty Mississippi River, the Itasca Down Comforter is a lightweight and ultra-cozy comforter that is perfectly suited to the home, cabin, RV, or even backyard tenting. Measuring 90"x85" (about the size of a Queen-sized comforter) it provides abundant room and comfort for those chilly evenings on a getaway or at home. 



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12 Reviews

Ron Bogdanoff 17th Feb 2018

Excellent for my use

My wife and I both have 20 degree revelations that are fantastic that we used last season in the Sierras. We were going to northern Death Valley NP first week of Feb 2018 and knowing it can get cold out there we purchased a 20 degree Itasca in case we wanted additional warmth. This worked out great! We do 4x4 adventure camping so we can bring more with us unlike backpacking. For this we did not need to get a heaver Revelation for very cold weather, but use our 20 degree Revelations and if needed, pull the 20 degree Itasca on top of us. Works great!! Here is our setup. A Thermarest Dreamtime gives us plenty of insulation from ground cold, a 20 degree revelation, I did not use the straps this trip. Then, in the early morning hours if we want more warmth, we pull the Itasca on top. I only had a light merino wool t-shirt and jeans for sleeping. Be aware that with the revelation you get your warmth when you use the elastic straps, but with this setup, not required...It would need to get into the upper 10's before I would need the straps I believe. Temps we experienced on this trip were lower 30's and like I say, no straps, light t-shirt, jeans all that was needed. Quality of the products I purchased are top shelf, I highly recommend EQ.

James Morrison 30th Nov 2017

Shivered all night

I purchased a 20 degree Revolution sleeping bag and it was cold. I had additional fill added brining it down to 10 degrees, but didn't have time to try it before thru-hiking the AT. I misirrably shivered all night. The next opportunity I got, I replaced it with a Big Agnes 15 degree mummy. It kept me warm all the way to Katadin. Right before I got to Hanover, I called EE to see if they would help with their quilt. I was told to sell it online. In essence, pass the problem onto someone else. Wow! Great customer service. Needless to say, I do not recommend this company's products or services.

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