Elite Top Quilt & Underquilt Hammock Camping Insulation System
The Inferno hammock camping insulation system is our top-line highly efficient backpacking top quilt and under quilt warmth duo. Together these two pieces of gear give you the fully protective warmth needed to brave the wild in freezing temperatures. The unique designs lend themselves to ultralight weight design with increased thermal efficiency.
Engineered for maximum efficiency and warmth in the wild.
The Inferno Insulation System is designed to provide 'head to toe' warmth in the face of uncertainty. Rest easy knowing the Inferno's comfort ratings will stick with you even when the unexpected happens.
Being 6'4" causes issues with fitting into sleeping bags and quilts. Plenty of space to move around and spread out while being plenty of warm and packing down small enough to take on longer backpacking trips. Hood is an added bonus!
Just got to try my inferno system and I love it!!! It keep me very warm! I'm a short girl so the top quilt is long for me, but it works wonderfully!
I took my Inferno 30° out for a quick one nighter as soon as I received it. Easy to install and adjust. The temps dropped into the 20’s, but I stayed toasty all night! Winter camping in my Ninox with the Inferno is a game changer!
Full Body Warmth
When the temp drops, most of your heat loss occurs through your head which is why fully insulated shoulders, neck, and hood are necessary for maximizing your warmth and comfort.
Easy in, Easy out
Thanks to the back entry design, the Inferno acts like a Top Quilt as you get in it, but it offers much more warmth and coverage thanks to the full protection.
We did away with the zippers to minimize the chance of broken or stuck zippers compromising the integrity of your system.
Full coverage Spacious top quilt design gives you space where you need it and complete warmth.
Keep your under quilt snug around your hammock to keep your warmth in and the cold out.
Heat Strips overstuffed insulation - where you need it most.
Trap in heat and circulate it evenly to avoid cold spots and minimize sweating.
Works with any of our hammocks or other gathered end hammocks. The Inferno Under Quilt was re-designed to work with Ninox SL and DL’s aggressive diagonal lay.
Top Quilt, Stuff Sack, Cotton Storage Sack AND/OR Under Quilt, Stuff Sack, Attachment Suspension, Cotton Storage Sack
Exterior Fabric: 20D HydraSHIELD Interior Fabric: 20D AIIR
Insulation: 800FP Waterproof DownTek Down (RDS)
30° TQ: 1lb 1.8oz | 30° UQ: 1lb 4oz
0° TQ: 1lb 8.3oz | 0° UQ: 1lb 10.5oz
Length: 88in (224cm)
Width: 51in (130cm)
Length: 83in (210cm)
Width: 21in (74cm)
I truly love the Inferno system; especially how the top quilt basically fits around you. I have both the 30 and 0 degree set and have not been disappointed. Highly recommend this system!
Thank you so much for the time and effort to send us this review with a 5-star rating, Gavin. It means the world to us. Thank you for supporting Sierra Madre! :)
I figured I’d put this to the test with my Dad. I took him on his first ever hammock overnighter and to be honest I was a little nervous. It was his 65th birthday weekend and I wanted to make sure the old guy slept well and was warm. Dad had the Pares hammock with Puffle 40’ and the inferno underquilt. Granted we are in Florida but it did drop down to 55’f overnight. At one point he was snoring like a bull gator and woke up refreshed. His first words, “wow I slept cozy.” We had a cool fog roll in with a little moisture and dew so the Puffle and inferno both got damp. But the dew just rolls off and drys out in time to pack up. Inferno for the win - giving the birthday guy a great night sleep so he wasn’t grouchy for kayaking the next day. Confession though: I was thinking I wouldn’t keep the inferno since I’m in Florida but I really am jealous of his good nights sleep. I think I’m going to have to keep it now.
Thank you so much for the time and effort to send us this review with a 5-star rating, Dan. It means the world to us. Thank you for supporting Sierra Madre! :)
I don’t fit anything built for the outdoors as I’m 5’7” 280lbs shoulders and chest. Figured at least with an open back design like this it might work. I needn’t have worried as the top is spacious and toasty. First trip out got caught in a thunderstorm strong enough to rip off my rain fly and drench my whole system. The duck down worked perfectly keeping me warm in spite of being wet and quickly dried from my body heat. I love what you’ve made and hope you keep it up!
Thank you so much for the time and effort to send us this review with a 5-star rating, Jill. It means the world to us. Thank you for supporting Sierra Madre! :)
Tried the Inferno 0 degree last weekend. Dropped to about 0C (roughly 12F) was plenty cozy with no issues at all. Can't wait to try it when the snow flies.
Thank you so much for the time and effort to send us this review with a 5-star rating, Robert. It means the world to us. Thank you for supporting Sierra Madre! :)