FEATURES of the Therm-a-Rest Corus HD Quilt Sleeping Bag
Ultralight performance and amazing comfort
Most warmth per gram of any Therm-a-Rest quilt or blanket
Features Nikwax Hydrophobic Down for added peace of mind
Includes external snap pocket, stuff sack and compartmental storage sack
Elasticized, insulated foot box keeps feet warm and keeps your quilt in place
ThermaCapture seams help retain radiant heat for added warmth
Sleeping Bag Shell:
20D RipStop Polyester w/DWR
Fill Weight (Long):
Sleeping Bag Lining:
20D Polyester Taffeta
Stuff Sack Dimensions:
7 x 10 in.
Foot Circumference (Regular):
Shoulder Circumference (Long):
We only ship this brand to US Addresses.
Max User Height (Long):
6 ft 8 in.
Fill Weight (Regular):
Shoulder Circumference (Regular):
20D Polyester Rip-Stop w/ DWR 20D Polyester
Foot Circumference (Long):
Bag Weight (Regular):
1 lb 6 oz
Bag Weight (Long):
1 lb 8 oz
Expedition, Travel, Camping, Trekking
40+ Degrees Fahrenheit
Exact Temperature Rating:
45 Degrees Fahrenheit
Sleeping Bag Shape:
Max User Height (Regular):
6 ft 6 in.
650-fill NikWax Hydrophobic Down w/ThermaCapture Seams
Rated 5 out of
Love it !This is the first camping quilt I have ever purchased and let me tell you, it was one of the best camping gear purchases Ive ever made. This quilt is very light weight weight and compact and when combined with my Neo air mat and mat cover the quilt snaps on perfectly.
One thing I was worried about was, because Im a big guy i wasnt sure if it was going to work well when I slept on me side but because of the width and draft tubes there was no cool air coming in.
Date published: 2016-04-20
Rated 5 out of
Harry Bach from
A great design for 1-2 season campingWithout doubt this style of quilt is the future for outdoor sleeping systems. It gives the lightweight advantages (approximately 2/3rds the weight of an equivalent traditional sleeping bag) with the joyous comfort of the duvet on your own bed and doesn’t leave you twisted up in the way sleeping bags do when rolling from one side to the other. Its also easy to connect a pair of quilts together for couples.
I’ve only recently received the Corus HD Quilt, but spent over 100 nights in last years model the Auriga, cycling through Europe for 5 months. It’s obvious the designers have carefully thought through the improvements for the Corus HD Quilt. They have increased the down fill from 260g in the Auriga to 350g in the Corus, which in itself, appears to retain the position of the down through the night far better. Also I think using Hydrophobic Down is a good idea, reducing the worry about moisture around the tent and the slightly shiny outer material prevents moisture beads soaking in.
There are two side baffles on each side to prevent any cold drafts as you turn over through the night and snap fasteners to connect to the universal sheet or directly to the mat with supplied self adhesive loops if required. The quilt comes with a small travel bag as well as a mesh storage bag.
The Corus HD is clearly designed for 1-2 season camping, and I still get cold below about 8’C, and would consider the updated Vela HD for UK and northern Europe camping to extend into early Spring to late Autumn.
Date published: 2016-03-06
Rated 4 out of
The better bag alternativeThis (and blankets in general) are the new school of comfort for summer nights, and they're way more "technical" than you might think. I've been using this - and all it's predecessors - (the Alpine Blanket and Auriga) for years and there's simply no better way to sleep comfortably outside. I've used them on everything from alpine climbs and backpacks to car camping and watching movies at home (can't do all that with a BAG - let alone just one!) and I've slept comfortably down to the high 30's F. Rolling around freely, sticking a leg out for temperature regulation, and never wondering where the darn zipper is are but a few of the many bennies. They pack super small and weigh less than most bag alternatives, too. Honestly, if you need a new summer "bag", go for it. You will not be disappointed. In fact, you'll be downright surprised - in very good way. PS - I use them mostly with NeoAir XTherms or X-Lites, but using them on a Dreamtime should come with some sort of addiction warning.
Date published: 2016-07-27
Rated 5 out of
Really compact and quite comfortableUsed it for two nights so far and really like it. It's compact enough to stuff it into the small stuff sack pillow together with a XTherm mattress (both large size) while being more comfortable than a classic sleeping bag. Thermal rating seems to fit for me, but I generally don't need it very warm.
Date published: 2016-11-02
Rated 5 out of
Bike camper from
Best night sleep.This is a great for camping, it packs smaller than my mummy bag and is warmer. I have used it on a few trips now. My only problem is that my wife now wants one too.