20F Solo Quilt

21 reviews
$359.00 Weight 17.5 oz / 496.0 g

Lead Time Ships in About 1 Week

Conquer any landscape with courage knowing that you’ll be warm and comfy in our Solo Quilt when you get to camp. This minimalist quilt can be tucked under you, clipped at the center, or clipped to your sleeping pad with the included strap. Super soft, extra warm, and ultralight, this quilt is a great choice for the hiker that wants it all without sacrificing anything.

Includes a Free Zpacks Roll Top Dry Bag for Storage! A $30 value!

You can also get this same bag with a 3/4th length zipper or our Full-Zip version with a full length zipper and a draft tube.


  • Constructed with DownTek water-resistant 900 fill power goose down which stays dry 90% longer than untreated down. It has C0 water repellent with no PFOA or PFOS. Our down is responsibly sourced and is 'Responsible Down Standard' Certified.
  • Each compartment is overstuffed with 30% more 900 Fill Power Premium Goose Down than is necessary for maximum loft to account for any future down compression.
  • Vertical baffles on the upper body keep down from migrating to the sides. Tightly spaced compartments help keep the down evenly distributed so there are no cold spots. There are no "sewn through" seams.  
  • Our rectangular foot box is roomy, and fits the shape of your feet comfortably when lying on your side, on your stomach, or on your back with your feet angled out in a relaxed position. 
  • Black fabric on the inside for quick drying. Both the liner and the shell are treated with C0 durable water repellent to resist rain spray and body moisture. 
  • The quilt has a flat clip at the center to help keep the sides secured underneath you. A strap is also included that allows you to clip the quilt to your sleeping pad, to help you stay on your pad at night. The strap adds +.4 oz (11 g) if you choose to use it.
  • A flat clip at the top keeps the bag securely closed.
  • An Elastic cord can be cinched tight around your neck to keep out drafts, or pull the bag up around your ears. This bag does not have a hood- wear a warm hat, or a Goose Down Hood, or size up in length if you want to pull it up around your head.  
  • Roll Top Dry Bag is included, and adds ~.9 ounces (25.5 grams) to the listed weight. The dry bags are a comfortable fit and can be compressed smaller by squishing the contents and rolling the top down more.
  • All Zpacks gear has a two year limited warranty against defects in materials or workmanship. Please see our return / warranty policy.
  • Our sleeping bag shell materials do not contain any harmful chemicals such as flame retardants. Our shell is treated with C0 Durable Water Repellent, which is free of PFOA and PFOs

A printable .pdf version is available here.

ISO Rating

While our sleeping bags and quilts have not been tested for their International Standard Organization (ISO) rating, we estimate based on feedback and use that they are closest to the  ISO "Transition Range.“

.51 oz/sqyd Ventum Ripstop Nylon

The inner and outer shells of our Sleeping Bags and Quilts are both made from this super light, high quality, 7 denier fabric that weighs in at just .51 oz/sqyd (17 g/m²). 

Featuring a high quality "C0" durable water repellant (DWR), this ripstop and tear resistant material can also handle light mist and dew (but is not waterproof).

Ventum nylon cuts the wind while still allowing for excellent vapor transfer and breathability. With a soft texture, Ventum is not sticky or plastic feeling like some other fabrics in this weight range.

The material is down and mosquito proof and is an excellent choice for wind shell clothing and sleeping bag shells.

Made in Japan.

DownTek 900 Fill Power Water Repellent Goose Down

DownTek 900 Fill power goose down has a "C6" water repellent which allows it to stay dry over 90% longer than untreated down. The water repellent is PFOA and PFOS free. It is 'Responsible Down Standard' certified, ensuring that the animals are treated humanely. Goose down is a byproduct of the goose meat industry.

A printable .pdf version is available here.

Click here for full instructions on how to wash our down sleeping bags and quilts.

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Preston P.
United States United States
Best backpacking quilt

Super warm and fluffy, keeps me warm all night long, feels like bringing a super warm blanket while camping. Packs down super light, great for ultralight backpacking. Thanks Zpacks!

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Austin P.
United States United States
Best quilt on the market

Love the solo quilt. Packs down small, super warm, and very light.

Prudie T.
United States United States
Slleping Bag

I have not used it yet but it is so light I worry that it really is a 20 degree bag!!

Colin P.
United States United States

Went out camping last weekend, first attempt using my quilt. Temps in the low 30s and I was ready to see if this would keep me warm enough. I woke up sweating. Luckily, easy to cool down. And, as promised, great for a side sleeper like myself.

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Aaron K.
United States United States
20F Quilt in 20F

This 19.1 oz quilt combined with my XTherm was like sleeping in a warm cloud. So, late last September we were caught up by Mariposa Lake in Yellowstone in what can only be described as the most lightning-rich snowstorm I've ever seen. Just thunder bombs everywhere. We wetted out our rain jackets about an hour before getting to the lake. So upon our arrival, we scrambled to get our little tents set up so we could change into dry clothes and get a fire going. I was shaking so bad. It scared me, to be honest. So I started inflating my XTherm and pulled my 20F quilt out to start fluffing up. I changed into dry clothes (around 5:30 PM) and crawled into my quilt. It was 17F outside and the sun hadn't gone down yet. My buddy and I both exchanged a look and just started laughing at our stupidity. I just knew there was no way I was going to warm up. Needless to say, we never left our tents except to hang our food. We were caught off guard by these temperatures. I don't know the exact low we had that night, but I can say it was into the low teens with confidence. I woke up one time during the night because my feet were touching the wall of the tent. I'm tall, so it comes with sleeping in one of their tents. I just tossed my now frozen solid gaiters over my feet, rolled over, and went back to sleep. I never woke up cold from head to toe. We woke up the next morning to around 6" of snow. Luckily, it's Yellowstone, so that stuff doesn't stick around very long. The 20F Regular height/width quilt not only kept me warm but did so in style. Note: I was wearing Smartwool tops and bottoms with thick wool socks and a wool beanie. I did tuck my head in at night. Still, I was stunned by how comfortably warm I was. I was scared when we arrived at camp. Legit shaking and chattering. This quilt and some dry clothes did me right. Thank you, Zpacks. You have my business. I hate to say it to folks but listen: You get what you pay for.