All Sea to Summit sleeping bags and Sea to Summit Ember, Cinder and Glow quilts can be connected together to create a sleep system which adds a season to the thermal performance of the sleeping bag.
If your Sea to Summit sleeping bag has zippers on both sides (Altitude, Ascent, Journey, Venture), follow these directions:
If your Sea to Summit sleeping bag has zippers on one side (Trek, Journey, Spark, Flame), follow these directions
(If you have an older sleeping bag which does not have the snaps at the foot end, secure the quilt under the footbox of your sleeping bag using the strap that you normally use to secure the quilt to your sleeping mat).
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