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The Revelation top quilt is the most versatile quilt available. It uses a partially-zippered footbox (the zipper extends 20" from the foot to the back of your knees) which allows the footbox to quickly be opened or closed, and weighs only 1 gram more than using snaps. Utilizing a simple yet adaptable attachment system, you can cinch the quilt edges down tight for cold weather, or open up for more ventilation when it’s warm, including opening the whole quilt and footbox flat like a blanket. The Revelation is made-to-order just for you, without a custom price tag. Choose the specific down option, size, temperature rating, and fabrics you need to hit the performance you need with no unnecessary weight. This is the perfect quilt for canoeists, kayakers, hikers, climbers, and cyclists who need minimal weight while being able to adapt to any situation they may find on the trail. 



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519 Reviews

21st Feb 2017

Perfect for Hut to Hut Walk

I bought this bag for a the 3-Capes hut-to-hut walk in Tasmania. Temps probably got into the high 30's fahrenheit outside, so in the hut this bag was more than enough. On the mattress provided there was no issue with cold from underneath. The lightness was unsurpassed. Very happy with the result.

21st Feb 2017

I was a skeptic, now I'm a believer!

EE Revelation, Regular, Wide, 20degree I was skeptical of draftyness and how I would adjust to a quilt vs. the mummy bag method that I've always used. On encouragement from a couple of buddies I took the plunge and ordered a Revelation 20 degree for Christmas. At the end of January I had the chance to use it for a couple of nights. First night was 18 degrees (2 degrees below the 20 degree rating), second night was 28 degrees. Since I sleep pretty cold and love to "roast" when I sleep I was worried. I had on some nice, but thin, polypropylene long john tops and bottoms, a fleece jacket, thin wool socks, and was in my silk liner. (not exactly an ultralight setup but I was car camping.) Pad was an Big Agnes insulated Q-Core XL. I was very warm! At one point I had to vent to cool off! I couldn't believe it. The second night I ditched the fleece jacket, left on the poly long johns, and of course the silk liner. I had to sleep vented most of the night because I was so warm. There were no drafts either night and I was more than warm enough. I am now a firm believer in the quilt concept and I'm afraid my mummy's aren't going to see much use. I love the freedom of movement that I get with the quilt and it is easy to get in and out of. I am 5'9" and got the regular length, wide version because I like to sleep on my side, and back, and roll all around. Perfect size!

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