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If you love sleeping in a hammock when you camp but you usually get a bit chilly, use the Eagle's Nest Outfitters Vulcan Underquilt to keep you warm. This insulated sleeping bag uses an adjustable shock cord suspension to seal around your body tighter than a Vulcan death grip so you can enjoy a comfortable night overlooking the stars. And don't worry about a little morning dew if you're camping in humid places—this bag resists water so you can continue to live a long and prosperous life filled with fresh-air camp nights.
- Primaloft Synergy insulation will warm you during shoulder seasons in places like Alaska or the Alps
- Synthetic material with a DWR finish is great for wetter environments
- Nylon ripstop shell and nylon taffeta lining is durable so you won't have to worry about branches tearing the fabric
- The adjustable shockcord suspension closes around your body from your toes to your chin
- Stuff sack included to compress your bag down for the trip there and back
- Item #EGN2350
What do you think about this product?
November 22, 2018
Took this under quilt on a camping trip where it definitely got to at least freezing, and amazingly it still felt super warm underneath! I had no problem of loading it into my backpacking set up, it compressed down rather well. Perfect for camping or just hanging out!
February 9, 2018
Complete your Hammock Setup
Very comfortable, conforming and brings that extra warmth you're looking for on a chilly night (or day) of hammock travel or backyard bliss. I take my hammock everywhere--the beach, the mountains, lowlands, hiking, climbing or car camping. If car camping, I'll often bring it along even if I intend to sleep in one of my lightweight tents--great to hang out in nearby your fun crew. While this Vulcan isn't an "ultra'light", it's lightweight enough, and does exactly what it is intended for. Great gift too! Getting dialed into the right hammock, strap system, insulators and cover is a cinch. Many great options--glad I've added the Vulcan to my setup. Ask me about tips and tricks, any time here!
June 18, 2017
Great fit & hugs my Hammock Bliss hammock like a glove, kept me warm & comfy on a windy low 40's night on the Appalachian Trail in NC. A bit bulky to pack, but worth having on any overnite trip when the temp drops below 55. The Primaloft Synergy is an excellent insulator & weighs only a few ounces more than $$$ down!
January 31, 2017
Big enough to share
The underquilt stretched enough to be able to keep 2 people warm in the hammock and doesnt make it lose any of its comfy-ness. PRO TIP: you'll need another hammock to go into the underquilt -- it doesn't matter what kind of hammock so anything you have/want will be compatible. Let me know if I can help you get your hammock camping set up all figured out!
May 25, 2016
I love my ENO Hammock and love camping in chillier temps. The ENO Vulcan Underquilt gave me a really solid option for camping in my hammock in the cold. Its perfect for early and late season adventures to Fruita, Colorado when temps can get chilly at night but the day temp is perfect for biking.
April 15, 2016
Gave this as a gift: "This underquilt is amazing! I have only used it once but have feedback to share. The night i slept out, it was about 40 degrees. I didnt get cold all night. I usually have to put a sleeping pad in my hammock with me and hope i dont get cold. I used only my underquilt, and my sleeping bag and i was toasty all night. I would definitely recommend this.
May 11, 2017
Is this large enough to fit the ENO Double Nest?
June 29, 2015
Is this to be used in addition to a sleeping bag? Or is this a hammock/sleeping bag all-in-one?
June 30, 2015
This picture is a little misleading. This listing is for just the quilt under the hammock. It's an add on for a hammock. And then whether or not you use a sleeping bag with it is your call based on how cold it is. The nice thing about having the quilt outside your hammock is it won't compress like using a sleeping bag inside a hammock (when down gets compressed it loses all it's insulating power). Check out this chart. Super useful when picking a hammock quilt. https://www.eaglesnestoutfittersinc.com/pdf/Insulation_Comparison_chart.pdf