New Haven, Mo. – ALPS Mountaineering, manufacturer of performance-driven technical support gear for wilderness adventures, exploration, and family camping, has announced the new Pinnacle Quilt for the 2021 camping season.

An increasing number of base campers and backpackers are discovering the comfort and versatility of quilts for use as their primary sleeping system, and the new Pinnacle Quilt from ALPS Mountaineering checks all the boxes for anyone desiring a premium night’s sleep in the backcountry.

Based on a 20D 380T nylon shell and efficient 600 Fill Power hydrophobic down fill, the Pinnacle Quilt is engineered to more comfortably accommodate diverse sleeping positions while ensuring optimal heat retention and ventilation options.

An enclosed foot box keeps feet warm by eliminating drafts in this critical area. The quilt’s tapered profile guarantees legs and hips also stay warm while the expanded torso and shoulder area offers plenty of room side-sleeping and multiple arm positions. For colder temperatures, an insulated chest baffle and drawstring top traps warm air inside yet the quilt can easily be ventilated when cooler sleeping is required.

Included with the Pinnacle Quilt is an adjustable retention system. This allows the quilt to be secured to a sleeping pad, preventing accidental uncovering when turning over or slipping off the pad when sleeping on uneven ground.

Available in Charcoal/Red and rated for 35° F, the Pinnacle Quilt measures 32 inches across the top and 75 inches long with a 12 x 12-inch footbox. Total weight is 1 lb., 8 oz. and a 6.5 x 15-inch carry bag is included.

The Pinnacle Quilt is available for purchase at alpsmountaineering.com and retail locations throughout the U.S. For more information on ALPS Mountaineering, visit alpsmountaineering.com and alpsbrands.com

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