Custom 2-person and solo high performance quilts

Super light. Cozy warm. Windproof. Water-resistant.

2-person and solo sleeping gear made using the science of warmth and best materials on Earth.

Try risk-free with 60-day return for full refund.


Temperature rating: 25F / - 4C

Weight: 32oz / 900g

Price: $249

Buy 2-person


Temperature rating: 25F / - 4C

Weight: 23oz / 650g

Price: $199

Buy Solo

Field tested in the Himalayas

From the subzero temperatures of Panjachulla to the moderate lower altitude meadows the Blue Bolt quilt has been comfy and warm throughout my Trans Himalayan journey. Looking forward to try it out in the high ranges of Ladakh soon. Just 600 grams rated at -5 deg, it is perfect for the alpine minimalist!

Peter Van Geit, solo hiking 4 months in Himalayas

Design and materials both matter.

No loft = No warmth

Do you know that the sleeping bag compressed under you gives zero insulation, and, thus, zero warmth? 

We cut off this useless back side of the bag to make it lighter and take less space in your pack.

Sleep whichever way you want

You don't have to sleep like a MUMMY.

For you to experience full freedom of movement without restrictions and cold drafts, we designed a quilt with wide girth and draft-stopper.

High Performance

Innovative features other quilts don't have.

With extra length to keep your head warm, anatomical shape that cocoons your body and 3D sewn foot box for maximum warmth.


What's better than down?

Waking up in a damp sleeping bag is a terrible feeling.

USA Military choose Climashield for superior insulating and quick drying performance in wet condition compared to goose down. So did we.

Pushing the state of the art

A new 10D ripstop fabric that's soft yet durable, windproof and incredibly water-resistant.

After testing every 7D, 10D, 15D, 20D fabric in the market, we decided we wanted something better. So we made our own.

Vapor-barrier technology (patent-pending)

What's the #1 cause for a wet sleeping bag? Condensation.

With the built-in vapor-barrier, you'll now be sleeping in the open under clear skies or under a shelter during a storm without getting your bag wet or feeling clammy. 

Peter Van Geit

solo hiking

4 months

in the Himalayas