Custom Solo quilt
Custom Solo quilt
Custom Solo quilt
Custom Solo quilt
Custom Solo quilt
Custom Solo quilt
Custom Solo quilt
Custom Solo quilt
Custom Solo quilt

Custom Solo quilt

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This solo outdoor quilt offers incredible warmth-to-weight ratio to help you have restful sleep on your trekking adventures. 

Comes with a waterproof stuff sack and a storage bag.

Custom temperature rating, size, color, and detachable foot-box, non-VB options also available. Let us know what you're looking for and we will make what you need.

Try risk-free for 60 days. If the quilt doesn't work for you, return for full refund.


Solo 25°F (-4°C)

  • Weight: 23oz (650g)
  • Temperature rating: 25°F (-4°C)
  • Width: 54in (tapers to 44in) x Length fits someone up to 6ft
  • Pack size: 14in x 6in x 5in (6.8L)
  • Insulation: 5oz Climashield Apex


Solo 10°F (-12°C)

  • Weight: 33.5oz (950g)
  • Temperature rating: 10°F (-12°C)
  • Width: 54in (tapers to 44in) x Length fits someone up to 6ft
  • Pack size: 14in x 8in x 5in (9.2L)
  • Insulation: 7.5oz Climashield Apex



  • Shell: Midnight Blue 0.74oz 10D (high water/wind-resistant fabric)
  • Inner: Burnt Orange 0.82oz Silnylon 10D (vapor barrier)
  • Draft Stopper: 0.74oz 10D
Design features
  • Roomy wide design with 54in width
  • Draft stopper blocks the drafts, yet lets the moisture breathe out
  • With enough length to keep your head warm
  • Anatomical shape cocoons your body
  • 3D footbox in two styles: sewn-in for maximum warmth or detachable for maximum versatility
  • Climashield Apex insulation
  • Using among the lightest fabrics in the world
  • Integrated vapor barrier inner—keeps moisture out of the insulation in bad weather without you feeling clammy

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Amazing quilt for my needs.

I'm in the Northeastern U.S. where it's often too humid or raining too much and I got sick of dealing with wet down so I started looking at synthetic bags and settled on this one after talking with the owner. I've only had it for about a month in winter here, but I've had the chance to use it on 3 weekend trips in night temperatures ranging from 23° (f) to 49° (f) and it's kept me warm, with a few layers when it was below freezing. The insulation was even throughout the quilt and there were never any cold spots, even if I soaked the footbox from condensation from the inside of my tent, and it if did get wet overnight it was dry very quickly, usually before I finished breakfast and packing up.

The draft collar/stopper worked very well, it's very wide and easy to keep tucked under myself even if I'm rolling around below freezing. I ordered a wide one so that me and my dog could fit if she gets cold and he made it perfectly for the two of us, the footbox is normal and the torso is extra wide so Sadie can curl up under it. I was very impressed with the stitching, I have not found a single loose thread or any missed stitches (or down feathers escaping) something I consistently dealt with my other sleeping bags. Weight came out to 25.5 oz.

It's my new favorite pieces of gear, can't wait to take it on some longer trips.

Bluebolt solo quilt tested over 3000km / 120 passes in the high Himalayas

I completed a 4 month exploration / alpine style / minimalist / ultra hike across 120 passes in Uttarakhand, Himachal, Ladakh (Indian Himalayas) and had a very positive experience in using the Bluebolt solo quilt. It's is super light and comfortable even while sleeping at near zero temperatures. I did not carry a tent and was mostly sleeping in the open with just the quilt and basic Decathlon Quecha sleeping mat. I only used a lightweight bivy in case of rains and cold winds in which the quilt again was providing comfort and warmth from 1000 to 5000 meters altitude.

The quilt never had any condensation and easily dries when wet. When sleeping in the open it nicely cuts the cold wind. One of the best items in my minimalist gear set this year!

An ultralight alternative that rocks!

The quilt is a perfect companion for my solo treks. I used it for 10 days during my trek in Laddakh and camped at altitudes ranging from 4000 meters to 4750 meters. The quilt is ultralight (weighs 650 grams), extremely comfortable as compared to sleeping bags and can withstand temperatures of -5 degrees easily. It kept me comfortable even while camping at 4750 meters with a basic mat below my back.