MoapaPk wrote:I'm going to make a light down quilt adjunct for my 15F bag. I would like to use the most breathable fabric I can get. This quilt will only be used as add-on to the sleeping bag. (I first made such an overbag 40 years ago, but for various reasons, that one is no longer suitable.)
I notice that most of the fabric sold by places like thru-hiker.com has a DWR coating and is described as having low-to-moderate breathability.
Where can one get 1.1 oz/yd^2 (or lighter) nylon/synthetic, woven or microfiber, down-proof cloth that does NOT have DWR?
MoapaPk wrote:Isn't spinnaker cloth waterproof? I checked Backpacking Light -- they wanted me to subscribe. Rockywoods doesn't seem to have light down-proof materials; Seattle Fabrics gets down to 1.1 oz ripstop: http://www.seattlefabrics.com/nylons.html#1.1 oz RS0
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