Revelation APEX

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Designed using CLIMASHIELD™ APEX synthetic insulation, The Revelation APEX, known previously as the Prodigy, is a high value quilt that combines great all weather performance and versatility in a low-cost package. The partially zippered/drawcord footbox allows the quilt to be used fully or partially open to vent excess heat, or to cinch down tight to conserve every last bit of warmth. The Climashield Apex insulation continues to effectively insulate even when wet, which is great for hikers and paddlers who need high versatility and all weather performance on a budget. This is also the ideal quilt for summer use, as the insulation isn't as negatively affected by sweat and oils from extra warm nights.


CLIMASHIELD™ APEX weights may vary +/- 10% due to production variances.

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97 Reviews

Billy P 6th Jan 2018

Revelation Apex

Enlightened Equipment manufactures top quality, light weight gear. I am highly impressed with their quilts. I recently purchased my second quilt from them. This time I got the Revelation Apex 20 degree. I already have the Revelation 20 degree in 950 fill Down. My Down quilt has already proven to be true to spec in warmth and light as a feather. There is no reason to not carry it on every backpack trip. My reasoning was to use the Revelation Apex as an underquilt for my hammock as well as a quilt when ground sleeping. I had already tested the Revelation's functionality as an underquilt. All you need is shock cord and cord locks. For me, the Revelation worked well because I ordered it long and I have more length and better wrap coverage for my feet. I am very impressed with the Apex insulation. I've used it in the hammock as well as with my Xtherm sleeping pad. I've been to 18 degrees with minimal clothing and been very warm. I'm usually a cold sleeper and these quilts perform at least to their spec and then some. I'm eager to test them in lower temps to determine what limits that I can be comfortable. If you think the Down is pricey, do not hesitate to buy the Apex. If you go with the Down, hold it tight, the wind could blow it away. It honestly doesn't feel as heavy as they spec. There is a minimal weight penalty with the Apex, but you will gladly trade that for the warmth you get over other sleeping bags. I think that paying once for quality gear is always better. The Revelation in Down or Apex is a smart purchase so don't put it off. You will not regret it.

Lance 17th Dec 2017

Warm and light

Finally got to test my Revelation APEX 20f quilt in sub zero temperatures. I chose 20D outside fabric with 10D inside and the short length and regular fit weighed in at 28oz saved 24oz on my old 20f synthetic sleeping bag. I'm a cold sleeper and looking at the weather forecast for the Yorkshire dales in the UK it was set for a sub zero weekend. Friday night I wore my thermal socks and under wear, woolly hat and my torrid APEX jacket. The temperature dropped to 19f on Friday and Saturday night and I was nice and warm. There was condensation on the top of the quilt Saturday morning which froze by the evening. This did not interfere with the quilts performance. Thanks for two great products. 

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