The perfect blend of comfort, functionality and packability, the Corus saves weight on the trail.
The versatile Corus™ Quilt offers essential comfort wherever you use it. Its perfect balance of functionality and warmth make it ideal for three-season backcountry adventures or for layering in colder conditions. Made with high loft, packable Nikwax Hydrophobic Down and Box Baffled construction for retaining heat and excellent temperature regulation, the Corus offers a surprisingly liberating feeling of unrestricted movement throughout the night. The footbox can slip over your pad to eliminate drafts or over your feet for extra warmth.
650 Fill Nikwax® Hydrophobic Down™: Absorbs 90% less water and dries 3 times faster without using dangerous PFCs.
Compact: Designed to easily fit into your pack.
Box Baffled Construction: Uses mesh walls to maximize down loft and minimize cold spots.
SynergyLink™ Connectors: Integrate the quilt with a pad for optimal efficiency and comfort; removable for versatility.
Thoughtful Footbox: Precisely shaped footbox can slip over your pad to eliminate drafts or over your feet for extra warmth.
Draft Protection: Full-perimeter side baffles and snap neck closure keep out unwanted drafts.
Build a System: Pair with another Therm-a-Rest quilt, sleeping bag, blanket or sheet to build a layered system.
Responsible Down Standard Certified: Certification that ensures that the waterfowl in the down supply chain are treated humanely.
I received my order very quickly, thanks folks. About the quilt:
- It is a very light and packs small. The end of the quilt goes over your sleeping mat keeping out the cold.
- The sleeping mat fixings that come with the quilt are glued to your mat rather than strap around it, as the above pics illustrates. I got no strap with mine.
- It is hard to imagine this as a 3 season quilt with comfort rating 5-deg and limit of 0-deg. It was 6-deg last light (Ireland) and the Corus 0C quilt was not suitable for that temp. My sleeping mat is a Thermarest NeoAir Xlite, brilliant by the way and I was wearing a woolly hat plus full Xerotherm baselayer system (leggins, socks & long sleeve top). At 3am I had to get into another sleeping bag, thank god I was testing close to home.
- It is a summer quilt on its own and should be used in conjunction with a sleeping bag in Spring/Autumn.
My experience of using quilts and sleeping bags is to ensure you are not 'cold' before you get in, as they will never 'warm you up' only help retain the heat you generate.
I've used this quilt in slight sub zero situations, however I ensured I was wearing my warmer clothing when I first set up the shelter an hour or so before getting in, so I didn't allow myself to get cold. Plus I wore a warm hat and had a warm meal inside me. All of these aspects effect sleeping in zero C situations no matter what you use.
It is also worth stating that on this product the Recommended Temperatures: Comfort 5C - Limit 0C