Zenbivy Light Quilt 25º

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  • The zipperless design of the Light Quilt gives you the weight of a closed foot box quilt, with the full-flat functionality of a convertible quilt. Zenbivy’s buttery soft 20d fabrication sets this quilt apart from its more “purist” 10d competitors. It is the softest and most durable legitimately ultralight quilt out there. Premium 800 fill-power HyperDRY™ down rounds out the package and delivers a final quilt that is weight competitive with much more expensive offerings while delivering on Zenbivy’s promise of maximum comfort.

    Add a Zenbivy Light Sheet 25° to create a full EN-rated sleeping bag and even more comfort options.

    Includes the Light Quilt and a large mesh bag for long-term storage. Dry Sack and Compression Caps sold separately.

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4.6 Based on 10 Reviews
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Gabriel C.
United States United States
*pant* *pant* *pant*

Quilt is so warm dog wouldn’t even sleep with me it was too warm. Low was 41F and I had to keep it half way off me to stay cool. :D

David M.
United States United States
Shoulda bought sooner

Great compression. Sleeping bags have their place, just not in my hiking gear anymore. Try it, you won’t be disappointed.

Ryan G.
United States United States
Can't Complain

I tried to think of a con, and I really can't. I use a 3.5R sleeping pad in conjunction with the 23° quilt and I have slept warm in 34° weather. I'm 5'10" 220lb. and my only regret was not ordering the large, but that would've been out of comfort not necessity. It packs down extremely small. I pack it in an 8L dry bag with my sleeping pad, blow up sack(for the pad), and my sleeping bag liner. The only thing I think that might make it better would be shock cord instead of a drawstring for the footbox. I do really like the hook and loop system that makes the foot box though. For those that don't know: •23° isn't the recommended temp to use it, it's the lower limit •shake out your quilt and lay it out to let the down loft up

Disappointing field test

I really really wanted to like this :( I ordered 3 sets during the labor day sale my family and I are avid hikers. I searched far and wide for a light weight system that could get us through warm nights in Zion, to rim2rim of the grand canyon and cooler nights in Colorado, my boyfriend is tall and broad shouldered mummy bags never fit him and regular sleeping bags are too heavy for backpacking, we live in CO and were very excited to use it as soon as we got them. First night didn't reach below 40. I went to bed first I have a sleeping pad with an r-value of 7.0, wore warm tights long winter socks a sweater and a beanie, my legs were freezing within 30 mins of getting in bed. The sheet was warm i didn't feel any cold air from the ground but the quilt did not keep my legs warm. Its felt like cold air was getting through the quilt. We rechecked the hooks to make sure nothing was loose or unconnected but still was so cold, air coming through. My boyfriend didn't even try using his because he didn't want to deal with cold pockets after a tiring day. Luckily we both brought our big clunky heavy sleeping bags mind you rated for 35 degrees for $30 from BIG5 and used them instead which I didn't need my beanie or sweater. I'm sad I spent so much on something rated for 25 and it didn't keep me warm at 40 degrees. Maybe we'll only use it for Zion where temps are above 55 but definitely not on the Colorado trail. Great customer service great idea def light weight, but just didn't work :(


Krys: When the quilt is properly attached, there is no way for "air to come through". Check the video on this page to make sure you are closing the foot-box of the quilt properly: https://zenbivy.com/blogs/support/the-zenbivy-light-bed. If you still find that your legs are not warm give customer service a shout and we will figure it out and get it resolved. Thanks again for supporting Zenbivy!

Great Quilt!

The quilt arrived in under a week and feels amazing. Comes with a mesh storage bag, but not with a compression sack. The only issue I have is the return policy. You have to pay for your own shipping to return something which, for a system someone pays almost $500 for, is disappointing. The bag itself looks great, came quickly, and ill update my review once it gets some adventure time!

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