( 3 Reviews )
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The Revolt is an underquilt designed to keep your backside warm while you’re in your hammock. The extremely adaptable suspension allows the Revolt to be used with almost any hammock, and you can even fine tune the position of the underquilt easily, while laying down. On warmer or colder nights, you can also adjust the shock cords at either end of the underquilt, to help control temperature. Choose this Revolt to meet your performance needs, without carrying any unnecessary weight. 

If you need a size, temperature, down fill, or color that isn't available here, consider ordering a custom Revolt.


  • KARO baffles to keep down where you need it.

  • Differentially cut inner and outer fabrics to allow down to stay fully lofted.

  • Adaptable suspension for use with almost any hammock.

  • Adjustable shock cords at either end for temperature control.

  • 45” width to keep your backside covered.

  • 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.

  • 850 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.

  • Handmade in Winona, Minnesota.  







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3 Reviews

Melanie McManus 19th Aug 2018


I bought an underquilt rated to 40 degrees, as I tend to get hot at night. I used in on several nights when the temperatures got down to about 45-55. There was no wind on any of the nights, but I froze every night and barely slept. (Yes, I had it cinched all the way shut.) In addition to using this underquilt, I put on a long-sleeve shirt, down jacket, hat, gloves, silk underwear, rain pants and socks, all in an effort to stay warm. But nothing worked. BTW, I also purchased a sleeping quilt for use in a tent at the same time. It was mainly for husband, and he asked for one rated to 20 degrees. That sleeping quilt worked well in similar weather, although it was used in tandem with a sleeping pad. Perhaps I should have ordered a warmer underquilt. But since I sleep warm, I thought a 40-degree quilt used on 45-55-degree nights should work well for me. It was a very expensive error.

Brian Underwood 11th Feb 2018

great underquilt

product is excellent and works extremely well

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