Minimalist. Super Ultralight.
WEIGHT: 10.6 oz – 12.6 oz | 300 gm – 357 gm
LOW TEMP RATING: 40 to 50 F | 5 to 10 C
Meet the Vision Quilt, the minimalist features version of the MLD Spirit 48 Quilt.
This simple Super Ultralight backcountry quilt is built for moving fast with minimal feature fuss. It can be used as a layer over a light tapered mummy bag to add about 15F degrees to the sleep system. The Vision Quilt is the perfect Summer/2+ season speed hiking system; you can use it over your mummy bag for the first month on the AT then use it alone for the warmer, wetter 3rd/4th months.
No Drawstrings, No Zippers, No Velcro. All you need when going for your personal FKT.
IMAGE NOTES: The model in the product images is 6’2″ / 180 lbs and is using the LARGE quilt. As you can see, this quilt is not a tight-cut coffin to make the weight specs look good, there’s plenty of length for a few more inches! Look at all that extra girth over the whole length! WOW!
The Vision Quilt, is a true Ultra Lightweight Specialists tool; if you are new to backcountry sleep quilt systems and their use, please read the entire product description and specs before adding to cart.
Check out our APEX Balaclava, it pairs perfectly with our quilts!
• Highest Quality 10d MLD Mountain 3XDWR fabric
• 2oz sq/yd Climashield Apex Insulation
• Yellow Inside For Happy Day!
• Black Outside For Fast Drying and Stealth
• Closed Sewn Foot Box
• Tapered at Shoulder
• Snaps at Neck
• 20D ProSilNylon Stuff Sack (0.4oz | 12 gm)
• Two Hang Loops at Head Corners for Drying
• Sized Loosely for a Wide Temp Comfort Range and Layering Options.
VISION QUILT TEMPERATURE GUIDE
We hesitate to offer exact temperature comfort ranges, as there are so many variables. The following temperature ranges assume users understand standard UL clothing, shelter, campsite selection, and UL quilt sleeping strategies. With multiple years of testing and extensive customer feedback from many many users – we feel these ratings are a good general guide to your comfort level.
NIGHT TEMPS OF 40 F | 5 C: Wearing one medium insulation layer head to toe. Advanced gear + campsite selection. R2.5+ pad. DWR Bivy. Sheltered from wind. Insulated balaclava.
NIGHT TEMPS OF 45 F | 7.5 C: Wearing one light insulation layer head to toe. Standard good UL camping technique. R2+ pad. Light full balaclava/winter facemask.
NIGHT TEMPS OF 50 F | 10 C: Sleep socks, long sleeve shirt, briefs. Light ski cap/thin balaclava.
NIGHT TEMPS OF 50 F+ | 10 C+: You got this!