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If you can find some of the earlier (w/toluene - yellow label/can/tube) Barge cement, I think that would secure Velcro to the pad.oldmanonthetrail wrote: ↑Dec 14 2017 10:50 pmI have an idea I would like some help with if possible. Here goes..... I have a standard EE quilt and a Thermarest xtherm that I would like to mate together with velcro or zippers??
Is it possible ? Is there a glue out there that won't eat through the air pad and retain its strength enough to deal with repeated use. Ideally I would like zippers that open at the foot and up the sides .
Sewing the zipper to the quilt should be no problem.. Any ideas? I would love to have a draft free quilt system that would also help with heat retention
azbackpackr wrote:Why not just use a sleeping bag for those times when it is too cold for a quilt? I use my sleeping bag like a quilt 90% of the time, but sure am glad for that zipper when I need it. I know, I should buy a quilt, too, but they are expensive.