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Insulation for your hammock.

No longer will you be cold in your Eagle's Nest Outfitters Hammock. The Ember Underquilt has a universal fit that makes it compatible with any backpack- or camp-style hammock. By providing insulation under you and on the sides, the underquilt provides a barrier to keep cold air out and warm air in.
  • Edge closure system allows you to close the underquilt tightly around your body to provide additional protection and insulation from wind and cold air
  • Silnylon ripstop shell is waterproof and durable
  • Hi-loft synthetic insulation provides warmth in your hammock
  • Nylon ripstop inner is soft against your skin when used on its own (without your sleeping bag)

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Returned it next day

  • Gender: Male

First, if you looked at video reviews of the Ember, let me say the unit I got no longer has the shock cords running along the length of the sides. The only connection points are the two ends.

I bought this because I had gift card to Backcountry.com. I needed an underquilt for my hammock, and Backcountry only sells the Ember. I was warned by MANY folks on Hammockforums.net not to buy it, but I had the gift card.

The first thing I noticed when I opened the box was that the Ember had the feel of one of my kid's $15 Walmart sleeping bags. It just felt cheap--but $174 is not cheap!

I set my hammock with the Ember up after work, and I was further disappointed. A UQ is suppose to hug up against the bottom of the hammock to trap warmth. Unfortunately, there were so many gaps--gaps I couldn't tighten up--that the Ember was full of cold spots. I was uncomfortable laying in my 60F garage. There's no way I'd take this out on a cold night.

I packed it right back up and contacted Backcountry about exchanging it for something else. Very disappointed, but I had been warned.