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Wanted: Montbell Spiral Down Thermal Sheet (QUILT)


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Maggie Ramsay
Camino(s) past & future
Santiago de Compostela (2005) Via Francigena (2010) Le Puy to St Jean (2014)
#2
I use a Sea to Summit down liner which weighs about 400 gm (maybe 450gm). It is perfect for me. It has a drawstring at the bottom to make it into a bag or opened out it works well as a quilt. If it is cold I layer up inside with thermals, polar fleece vest, socks. It depends how warm you sleep, but it is great for me, I sleep well and the weight is a pleasure in my pack!
 

owms2323

Credential question
Camino(s) past & future
Camino de Frances (2014) Camino Frances (2016) Camino Finisterre/Muxia (2017)
#3
I use a Sea to Summit down liner which weighs about 400 gm (maybe 450gm). It is perfect for me. It has a drawstring at the bottom to make it into a bag or opened out it works well as a quilt. If it is cold I layer up inside with thermals, polar fleece vest, socks. It depends how warm you sleep, but it is great for me, I sleep well and the weight is a pleasure in my pack!
Sea to Summit does not list a down liner. Do you know the name of it?
 

Phillypilgrim

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
C F Sept.(2013) Camino de Madrid & Finisterre/Muxia Sept. (2014)
Finisterre/Muia June (2017).
#4
The Sea to Summit bag is called a Traveller Tr 1, looks very similar to the Montbell down sheet (which I have and LOVE)
 

grayland

Moderator
Staff member
Donating Member
Camino(s) past & future
Yes
#5
I am hoping someone has a Montbell down sheet that they no longer need....
 

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Magnara

Maggie Ramsay
Camino(s) past & future
Santiago de Compostela (2005) Via Francigena (2010) Le Puy to St Jean (2014)
#6
Yes, Phillypilgrim, that's the one - the Tr. I also really like that it opens out which means that for a bit of luxury I hire sheets for a couple of euros (aah, bliss) and use the blanket function. I must add, though, that you need to think how hot you sleep - when I'm sleeping comfortably with that, my husband is tucked up in a much warmer down sleeping bag.
 

Anniesantiago

Veteran Member
Donating Member
Camino(s) past & future
Frances 2006,9,11,12,13,14, 16, Aragones 2011,12,
VDLP 2011, 13, Lourdes 2012, Portuguese 2008, Madrid 2014, (2016)
#7
I cut the hood and zipper off my down bag and made a quilt.
I love that thing and even use it at home!
 

Synergy

New Member
Camino(s) past & future
Le Puy - Sept/Oct 17
#10
I have an unused Mont Bell Thermal Sheet, just in case anyone is looking for one. Imported from Switzerland. My Le Puy Camino last year was delayed so ended up buying a warmer Katabatic Quilt as I wild camped.
 

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