Ember™ Quilts are loved by through-hikers, cycle tourers and anyone looking for unadulterated plush warmth in a tiny compressed size. For backcountry enthusiasts not so enthusiastic about a restrictive sleeping bag, Sea to Summit Ember™ quilts’ multiple configurations provide versatility for a wide range of temperatures and environments.
When the thermostat climbs, treat your Ember™ like a traditional quilt and allow your feet and arms freedom to cool you down. When the temperature drops, a draw cord can be cinched tight to create a foot pocket and a strap and press-stud system used to secure your mat to the quilt, keeping heat loss to a minimum.
To reduce weight and keep packed size to the absolute minimum, Sea to Summit have used their lightest down proof 10D shell and 7D lining fabrics and upgraded the insulation to 850+ Loft Premium Goose ULTRA-DRY Down™. Not only is this down super warm and compressible, it works to prevent moisture and inclement weather having a negative effect on the loft of the quilt.
Fabrics 10D Nylon shell 7D lining
Down 850+ Loft Premium Goose Ultra-Dry Down™
Increased sizing a little more ‘wrapping’ capability in wintry conditions
Multiple configurations for versatility for a wide range of temperatures and environments
Two Embers™ can press stud together to make a double quilt
Versatile system to secure quilt to your mat, keeping heat loss to a minimum when warmth is needed
EbII use box baffles throughout, with vertical baffles strategically placed on chest section to keep down in place during the night
NOTE: This bag can only pair with another Ember
Includes lightweight Ultra-Sil™ Nano compression bag for compact storage
Regular Fill weight: 350g Total weight: 600g Comfort temperature rating: 2 degrees Celsius Lower limit temperature rating: -4 degrees Celsius Dimensions: 190 x 75cm Chest width: 120cm Hip width: 150cm Max user height: up to 183cm Season ratings: 3 seasons Suggested use: Trekking, cycle touring, lightweight hiking. Compressed volume: Extra small (2 to 6L)
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