If you’re looking to streamline your sleeping set up on your next cycle touring or fast and light hiking adventure, the Sea to Summit Ember Eb2 Quilt is the way to go.
For maximum insulation, this quilt is filled with super-compressible RDS certified 850+ Loft Premium Goose ULTRA-DRY Down. The shell is made from ultralight down proof 10D fabric with a 7D lining which keeps the weight and packed size as compact as possible. This quilt has box baffles throughout, and vertical baffles on the chest to keep the down in place as you sleep.
The 2°C comfort rating and -4°C lower limit makes it suitable for colder sleepers or cooler conditions, and this quilt has increased shoulder room to make it easy to wrap it around. When you’re warm, you can use the Ember as a quilt, but when the temperature drops - cinch in the drawcord to create a foot pocket and attach it to your mat with the strap and press stud system to trap heat.
Versatile, lightweight and packable – the Sea to Summit Ember Eb2 Quilt offers a comfortable night’s sleep without the excess weight.
2°C comfort rating, -4°C lower limit
Ultra-light 7D lining and 10D shell for minimal weight and packed size
Multiple configurations for versatility
Cinch the drawcord and use the strap and press-stud system to secure it to your mat
Super-compressible RDS 850+ Loft Premium Goose ULTRA-DRY Down
Two Embers can press stud together to make a double quilt
Box baffles and vertical baffles on the chest to keep the down in place
Can this quilt be used with a S2S ether lite rectangle mat?
Gavin - Raceview(2 years ago)
Hi Gavin, yes, you can use this with a rectangle mat. Ideally, a tapered mat will fit neater, but a rectangle mat will still work as the straps allow for adjustment over a variety of mat sizes.
Ben - Snowys(2 years ago)
How comparable is the temperature rating to a bag?1 answer
Can I realistically use this quilt in the same conditions as a -4 rated mummy bag? I'll be wearing warm headgear and my mat is rated R3.7 Thanks
Matt - Sydney(3 years ago)
We'd generally recommend that you look at the comfort temperature rating on the bag you're interested in. If you're after a -4 rated bag then the Eb3 with the comfort rating of -4 will be your best bet. The Eb2 has a lower limit of -4 but if you want to make sure you're toasty warm and have flexible options I'd steer toward the Eb3.
Leece - Snowys(3 years ago)
Does the EB2 have a drawcord and can the footbox be closed?1 answer
Hi, thanks for answering my question about the drawcord on the EB3. Does the EB2 have the same kind of drawcord at the top? Also, is it possible to cinch the bottom part to close up and make a footbox, like the one on the EB3 but not permanently sewn?
Matt - Sydney(3 years ago)
Yes, the Ember Eb2 also has a drawcord so you can cinch it in at the neck. There is also a drawcord at the foot end that you can use to create a footbox.