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Overland Down Quilt (Roof Tent/Camper Trailers/Van Life)i

Regular price $289.99

 

We finally sourced all the materials to get these back in production. However, the lead time is 70-90 days from your order date. They do sell out quickly, so we advise that you get your quilt on order and saved in the queue.


Oversized King Natural Down Quilt 102” x 92” that is exceptional at keeping at least 2 Full Size Adults Cozy warm.  This is the largest natural down quilt available, at the best price on the market.   Down is not only the best insulator around, it also compresses amazingly well, allowing you to store your comforter inside your roof top tent. This maximizes precious space inside your vehicle and makes setting up camp even easier.  We include a storage sack for long term storage.  If you have ever used a sleeping bag, you know how confining and downright irritating they can be. Our oversized King Down Quilt allows you to feel like you are sleeping in a 5-Star Hotel. We know you will love this quilt as much as we do!  It's been years in the making, testing, and development.  Once you use one, you will wonder how you ever camped without it.

It is a very solid three season sleeping bag replacement.  We designed it large enough to fit most of the largest roof top tents on the market, but it also works great in smaller one and two person tents as well.  It stuffs down small enough to store under a rear seat.  There are tie down points in all four corners for securing it to your mattress or for hanging it to dry. Excellent all- purpose Sleeping Bag for Overlanding, Roof Top Tents, Camper Trailers, Van Life, Earth Roamers, etc...

In 2019, Vector OffRoad proudly re-introduced the first down comforter designed specifically for roof top tents (originally released in 2013, but at the time, was too far ahead of the current Overlanding craze).  The inner shell is made from a silky soft nylon.  The exterior fabric is 20D nylon for toughness.  These are quilted using a box baffle construction which eliminates cold spots in your quilt.  We use 750 grams of 800 fill power natural down in this ultra light and warm quilt

 Dimensions 102" x 92" (King Size Mattress measures 76" x 80")

Stuff Sack Size: 14" x 9" x 9"

Storage Sack Size: 18" x 16" x 14"

Fill: 750 grams 800 Power Natural Down.

Includes: Stuff sack and additional storage sack.  

Color: Black Inside panel/Silver Gray Outside Panel

 Read a detailed review of the quilt HERE

use and care instructions

 

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DV Explorers
Perfect to snuggle in

Finally had a chance to use the Vector Overland quilt for a cozy Geminid meteor watching opportunity. The quilt is plenty big enough for 2 grownups and a big dog to wrap up in and stay warm and toasty. This will become our new favorite cold weather blanket for all of our adventures in the outdoors. We were hot outside in 35* F wearing beanies and sweatpants covered up with the down quilt. Super light and packs up small. Looks well made so hopefully will last a long time. Thanks for reading.

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CJ
Warm and Comfortable

This was an amazing purchase
It really did replace our sleeping bags and was way warmer!
Highly recommended

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Keith Jones
Great product

Nice products, very fast delivery...

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El Guapo
Great blanket

I was looking for a way to lighten the load on my trailer and all of my camping gear. This down blanket will take the place of a huge sleeping bag I've been carting around with. So far so good.

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dmulk
12F Camping and snug as a big warm!

As others have said, amazing piece of kit. Replaces two Kelty 30F rectangle bags that I've been using as comforters in my Ursa Minor J30 equipped Jeep.

A couple weeks ago I was camping near the North Rim of the Grand Canyon when a winter storm blew in overnight dropping snow on us. The low for the area was 12F. I was toasty warm the whole trip including this night.
I should have pulled the trigger on this a long time ago.