Kammok Arctos Review –  Is this ultralight quilt worth it?

If you're in the market for an ultralight trail quilt that can handle cold temperatures, is versatile to work not only worth hammocks but also as a sleeping bag, and is incredibly comfy, the Kammok Arctos is going to check off all the boxes.

Materials: Shell: Aura UL 10D ripstop nylon fabric with Cire, DWR waterproofing and YKK snaps, and YKK zippers Fill: Downtek 850 fill-power water repellent goose down Stuff sack: Aura UL 10D ripstop nylon with DWR waterproofing and Cire

The Arctos 20F specs

What makes the Arctos the best in class?

This is the first Kammok trail quilt to use this material which allows it to have that 850-fill power. The loft is insane on this – not even exaggerating.

Out of everything, the sweetest feature that the Kammok Arctos has is zippered toe box (or foot box).

How does the zippered toe box work?

The different modes of the Arctos

There are 4 principle modes of the Kammok Arctos.  Mode 1: Underquilt Mode 2: Overquilt Mode 3: Sleeping bag Mode 4: Poncho mode

We're talking about the outdoor lovers that are going for multi-day hiking with minimal gear and need to be able to embrace any kind of climate thrown at them. This is perfect for something like the Inca Trail, Zion National Park's The Narrows, or Iceland's Laugevegur Trail.

Who is the Kammok Arctos for?

Whether you're in need of a technical backpacking quilt or just need something ridiculously good that can work in practically all situations, the Arctos is the best in the line of trail quilts by Kammok

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