Locate your height on the ruler below to see which size quilt and sheet/mattress we recommend for you. Ideally, you'll want to fall somewhere in the middle of the range. If you find yourself in the yellow, you'll probably want to size up for the most comfortable fit.Please note that the chart below is based on the average weight for each height. Also note that if you are an "active" or "wide" sleeper, you may want to consider sizing up to allow yourself more space to sleep naturally.
When in doubt, size up. Unlike mummy bags, there is no thermal disadvantage to a larger size Zenbivy Bed because it is always free to wrap snugly around you. Bigger is always more comfortable and just as warm. Questions? We're happy to help. Send us an email with your height, weight, and general sleep style and we'll help you find the right size for you.
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.
The Light Quilt 40° has a 1d/3d polyester synthetic blend insulation that’s so soft you'll swear it's down. It’s just as light and packable as our 25° down quilt, but built for warmer nights and tighter budgets. Add a Light Sheet 40° to create a complete synthetic Light Bed with even more comfort options.
Includes the Light Quilt and a large mesh bag for long-term storage. (Dry Sack and Compression Caps sold separately).
The Kylie-curve™ - The Kylie-curve™ is a 3/4-length baffle-backed drawstring on the top edge of our quilts. Unlike traditional backpacking quilts that have a drawstring spanning the entire width, the shortened cord length on the Light Quilt cinches only the center portion, so it softly seals around your neck but doesn't shorten the overall usable width of the quilt. By cinching only the center, either edge of the quilt is left loose to drape at your sides to block drafts as you move and turn over.
Quality Insulation - Built for warmer nights and tighter budgets, we've used a 1d/3d polyester synthetic blend that is as soft as it gets. It's the next best thing to down!
Zipperless Versatility - The patented zipperless foot box design is every bit as secure as a zippered foot box, without the weight of zippers. It forms using a few simple hooks and loops, with a snap and a drawstring to easily regulate your sleep temperature. Sinch the bottom closed on cold nights, or loosen it to allow a cool draft or unhook it completely to use it flat like a blanket on warmer nights.
Unconventional Fabric - Most ultralight quilt makers shed weight by making their fabric a thin and clingy 10d. We opted to find clever ways to ditch ounces while keeping the fabric a very soft, comfy, and durable 20d. 20d fabrics are much softer than traditional ultralight technical fabrics while only being a fraction heavier.
Limit rating: 40º F (4°C) Comfort rating: 50°F (10°C)
Weight Regular: 1 lb 7 oz (0.65 kg) Large: 1 lb 11 oz (0.76 kg) XL: 1 lb 15 oz (0.88 kg)
Quilt Dimensions* Regular: 78” x 54” (198 x 137cm) Large: 86” x 58” (218 x 147cm) XL: 90” x 64” (229 x 163cm) *Please note that the listed quilt dimensions are for the cut fabric. Filled, lofted quilts will be several inches smaller in both length and width.
Recommended Zenbivy Dry Sack size: 7L (Dry Sack and Compression Caps sold separately)
I live in Hawaii and have been using my new quilt system for a couple weeks now when I go SUV Glamping and find it very easy to use and extremely comfortable. So comfortable that I've also been using it to camp out in my living room during movie nights! Material is very soft and it is easy to move around in and shift sleeping positions I especially like the feature that keeps the sheet attached to the sleeping mat which keeps me on it all night unlike sleeping bags where you tend to shift or slide off the mat.
I have the 25deg down version but it proves to be a little warm in some cases. I purches the 40deg light quilt for overnight in warmer areas. So far I really like it. It does not pack down as well as the down version but it is not an issue as I do not pack a lot of additional jactes and clothes. So it equals out pretty good.
I love that bag! I was a bit slow figuring how to put it together in the dark but managed… I am a warm sleeper and I need to be able to easily leave my feet out of the bag to tempered myself… this was the perfect fit for me! And all my tossing and turning didn’t bother the bag position at all! Exactly why I got this in the first place
I purchased a 25 degree quilt along with the light sheet. I absolutely love the sleep system. So much so, I later purchased the 40 degree quilt just so I could diversify my uses. This system is light years ahead of the others that only rely on straps that go around the ground pad. The sheet system is the game changer. The only concern/idea I have to improve the system is to add one more attachment point between the sheet and the quit before it transitions to the "wings" ? on the upper portion of the sheet. The extra space between these two attachment points has allowed cold air in to the quilt when I toss and turn. Not always an issue, but I feel the simple addition of one more attachment point would eliminate the problem. Still an awesome product. We are planning on getting my wife a setup as well.