Whether you’re planning to hike the Overland, bicycle touring, or getting geared up for a European hostel backpacking trip, you probably want to find a compact and light sleeping system. A lightweight down quilt like the Sea to Summit Ember EbIII won't take up much space in your pannier or backpack, and removes the restrictions of a traditional sleeping bag.
The Ember features a tapered combined horizontal/vertical baffled quilt construction with a short zip to allow you to enclose the footbox to warm up the lower half of your body if the temperature drops. The four adjustment straps allow you to fix the quilt to your sleeping mat, so you don't lose it in the middle of the night. The EbIII down quilt has an ultra-lightweight 15D shell which contains 750+ loft premium duck down. It's cleverly baffled around the chest section to keep your vitals nice and warm so you’ll be comfortable in temperatures down to -10°C.
For all the Ultralight hikers and trekkers, bicycle tourers, and adventure racers out there, ditch your zip and grab a versatile sleep system like the Ember EbIII from Sea to Summit.
I've wanted to buy a quilt for years, because I'm a side sleeper and I move around a lot in my sleep, so I feel really restricted in a sleeping bag. I finally bought this and have just used it for 3 nights in Freycinet National Park here in Tassie. I'm not sure what the temperature was overnight (Freycinet is pretty mild in winter) but I was warm using this if I wore a merino singlet, tshirt and long-sleeved top, and merino leggings and fleece pants over the top. I also used an insulated sleeping mat. I wore my down jacket and a beanie too on the first night and woke up too hot. Nice and lightweight and packs up nice and small. The "footbox" is great, kept my feet cosy and warm, and the straps you can hook under your sleeping mat make it cosier too.
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