Curious about which ultralight quilt is right for you? Read on grasshopper!

The Revelation

The Original. The Classic.

The Revelation is our bestselling quilt and a favorite of long distance hikers. On warm nights, It can lay completely open like a blanket, allowing you the ability to kick out a leg or reposition or your arms. On cold nights, zip up the ¼ length zipper and use the drawcords to cinch close the footbox. This keeps out drafts, and ensures that your feet stay toasty warm! Comes in Down and Synthetic options.

Best for active sleepers who need a quilt that can handle a wide range of temperatures.

Key Features
: Adjustable footbox & ¼ length zipper
Weight: A 20° Regular/Regular 950FP weighs 19.98 Ounces 

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The Enigma

The Lightest.

The Enigma is our lightest quilt. With a sewn closed footbox and no zippers, its minimalism meets ultralight warmth. The sewn closed footbox provides a bit more structure than the Revelation. Comes in Down and Synthetic options.

Best for ounce counters and those with cold feet!

Key Features: Sewn closed footbox & no zipper
Weight: A 20° Regular/Regular 950FP weighs 18.35 Ounces

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The Convert

The Swiss Army Knife.

Quilt or sleeping bag? With The Convert, you get to decide every night. Featuring a full-length zipper and an adjustable footbox, The Convert can be completely closed, completely open like a blanket, or everything in between. This allows you to dial in a comfortable night’s sleep no matter where you are. Comes in Down and Synthetic options.

Best for those who love the freedom of a quilt and the structure of a sleeping bag.

Key Features: Adjustable footbox & full zipper
Weight: A 20° Regular/Regular 950FP weighs 23.64 Ounces

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The Conundrum

The Warmest.

The Conundrum pairs a sewn closed footbox with a ¾ length zipper, and is our most traditional hybrid sleeping bag. Even with the full coverage the Conundrum offers, it still weighs less than most sleeping bags on the market thanks to our ultralight materials and no-fuss design.

Best for cold weather and those who enjoy a more traditional sleeping bag design.

Key Features: Sewn closed footbox & ¾ length zipper
Weight: A 20° Regular/Regular 950FP weighs 22.55 Ounces

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The Accomplice

The Two Person Quilt.

With a closed shared footbox and individual draft control, The Accomplice is the best quilt for two people looking to lighten 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. No zippers, just cuddles.

Key Features: Share sewn closed footbox & no zipper. Made for 2!
Weight: A 20° Regular/Regular 950FP weighs 32.15 Ounces

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Need help figuring out which Enlightened Equipment quilt to buy? Take our online Quilt Quiz 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.


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.