Shenandoah Quilt (40F)

(12 customer reviews)


Conservatively rated to 40ºF (5ºC)  the Shenandoah summer hammock quilt can be used either as a top quilt (in a hammock or on the ground) or as a hammock under quilt (JRB Suspension System sold separately).

Over-stuff: 25% over-stuff included!

Compression Sack: For 40 degree quilts we recommend the large size compression sack.


Footbox Options

The standard footbox is formed with a drawcord, cord-locks and double-sided Kam Snaps. This allows the quilt to be left as a blanket for easy venting, a foot-box to be formed, or multiple quilts to be stacked in colder temperatures.

NOTE: Adding a custom option may delay shipping by a few days.

Couples Mod

Adds Additional double sided Kam Snaps along the entire length of the quilt to enable it to be attached to another quilt of the same length that also has the Couples Mod.


The Shenandoah summer hammock quilt is lighter than a sleeping bag. No squirming around to get in and out. Easy to vent for temperature control. Designed for use in moderate temperatures. The Shenandoah summer hammock quilt can be used either as a top quilt (in a hammock or on the ground) or as a hammock underquilt (JRB Suspension System sold separately). This sew through down quilt is ideal as a summer quilt when temperatures are not expected to be below 40°F(5°C). For individuals over 5 feet 10 inches tall we offer a long version (86″ in length).

Footbox:A foot box can be formed using snaps and a drawcord.

Over-stuff: 25% over-stuff included!

All Jacks ‘R’ Better quilts are overstuffed by at least 25%. We do not recommend additional over stuffing. If you think you need additional over-stuff consider purchasing the next warmer quilt model.

Compression Sack: A lot of folks no longer use compressions sacks and instead keep their quilts dry inside a lawn contractor bag or trash compactor liner.  We do not want anyone to have to pay for something they do not want so now we offer them separately. For 40 degree quilts, we recommend the large size compression sack.

Shenandoah Summer Quilt Regular Size
Length: 78 inches (1.98 m)
Width: 48 inches (1.22 m)
Weight: 13.5 ounces (0.41 kg)
Shenandoah Summer Quilt Long Size
Length: 86 inches (2.18 m)
Width: 48 inches (1.22 m)
Weight: 15.0 ounces (0.47 kg)

The Shenandoah summer hammock quilt works as a  top quilt or underquilt for ENO Hammocks, Hennessy Hammocks, Warbonnet Hammocks, Dutchware Chameleon, as well as most other brands and DIY hammocks.

Activ-dri down™ – Activ-dri™ is a hydrophobic down treatment that keeps the down drier, while having no adverse effects on loft, fill power, or warmth retention.

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Quilt Specs

Temperature Rating: 40°F (5° C)
Material: Moroccan Blue, Burnt Orange, Dark Olive 1.1 oz., taffeta nylon
Insulation: 800 fill power down
Loft: 1.5 Inches (4 cm)

Regular Size
Length: 78 inches (1.98 m)
Width: 48 inches (1.22 m)
Weight: 14.5 ounces (0.41 kg)

Long Size
Length: 86 inches (2.18 m)
Width: 48 inches (1.22 m)
Weight: 15.0 ounces (0.47 kg)


12 reviews for Shenandoah Quilt (40F)

  1. Sgt Rock

  2. Carol Crooker

  3. Carol Crooker

  4. Sgt Rock

  5. Kris

    I bought the Shenandoah to use as a 3 season top quilt. I used it in Early June on a trip to Arkansas and it kept me warm but not hot when the temp was around 50 F. I vented the bottom and it was awesome. It’s very light and packs down small. Great quilt for a great price.

  6. Luke M

    I purchased this quilt at the Trail Days in Damascus VA. Absolutely awesome quilt! I used it for the first time a week or two back when the temps dropped down into the 40’s. I was toasty warm and comfortable all night. High quality, great price. Good stuff. Thanks JRB!
    Boone, NC

  7. Charles S (verified owner)

    Great top or under quilt! So far I tested it combined with the Prolight Plus pad from thermarest and I was toasty warm at 10°C in boxers and even worked for winter camping when combined with my merino wool shirt, medium down jacket, longjons and nylon pants.
    Only my feet were cold, but so were all my friends’ when it dropped to -20°C during the night.
    I sleep on my back or my side with the top snaped behind my neck, the draw cord quite tight and had no draft issues at all.
    A very versatile piece of gear, 3 seasons if combined with clothing at an unbeatable price.

    Cheers JRB!

  8. Ed

    I picked up a blemished Shenandoah for a heck of a price and use it as an underquilt on my Hennessey. It’s been excellent down to 30 F. I would totally buy another quilt from them.

  9. Outdoor Thor

    I hike/fish/hammock camp 2-4 days every week, all year long. I have two Shenandoah quilts. In temps above 45F, I take only one as a top quilt. Below 45 degrees, I bring the other as an underquilt. Adding a fleece blanket, this setup takes me comfortably into the ‘teens. They are very light, surprisingly warm, and the black interior gets rid of the night’s body moisture when hung over the ridgeline in the sun. I research all my gear quite carefully, and after three years of intensive use, I can’t recommend this product enough.

  10. binfordw (verified owner)

    I love my Shenandoah. I don’t bother even considering my bigger quilts unless the forecast is below 32deg at night. I’ve generally been too warm and had to vent alot, even in the 40’s with this. Since it doubles as an UQ, I can use it in warmer weather as an UQ and a bag liner or such as a TQ. Great, flexible piece of gear.

  11. Tom (verified owner)

    I’ve only had this for a few weeks but I did get a few nights under it and I am a quilt convert. I live in Florida so we don’t get too many cold nights but I was out recently and the temperature got down to 40. I had underwear and a pair of socks on and was warm all night. I made the foot box but I left about 2-3 inch hole open because my feet were too warm. I will definitely be adding another quilt in the future, maybe a 20 degree or 10 for hiking up north.

  12. JeffP (verified owner)

    Game changer! super lightweight and packable. I use one as top-quilt and one as a bottom-quilt in my hammock and pack’em all together in the same compression bag. Makes life simple. Be sure to cinch up those ends on the bottom-quilt, though … being so light weight even a little gap on the ends will let in the breeze and freeze your butt!

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