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Wooki™ Underquilts
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Wooki™ Underquilts

4.86 out of 5 based on 7 customer ratings
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Product Description

Current lead time for the 3-season Wooki underquilt is 2-3 weeks

Current lead time for the Winter Wooki underquilt is 2-3 weeks

The Wooki underquilt is our full-length underquilt for the Blackbird, Blackbird XLC and Traveler hammock models.

The “Regular” size fits the standard Blackbirds and Travelers, while the “XL” size fits the Blackbird XLC and Traveler XL hammock models.

The Wooki underquilt covers the whole bottom of the hammock but only a portion of that is insulated, with the insulated area being aprox. 44″ wide x  76″ long and tapering towards the feet.  It doesn’t require any adjustment, you literally set it and forget it.

The Wooki underquilt features a dual differential cut 20 Denier High Threadcount DWR ripstop nylon shell(Durable Water Resistence), and is overstuffed with 850 fill Hyper-Dry DWR goose down which meets the new RSD certification (Responsible Down Standard).

Included: comes with a stuffsac and everything needed for attachment to a Warbonnet hammock.

For setup instructions see “setup” in our video section.

Written instructions here: Instructions

7 reviews for Wooki™ Underquilts

  1. 5 out of 5

    The Wooki is an amazing innovation in underquilts. It offers a no hassle no fiddle factor approach of an underquilt integrated hammock but with the added ability to remove the quilt if needed. It is perfectly formed for your body laying in a hammock and so in my opinion it exceeds the performance of regular under quilts by a long shot.

  2. 5 out of 5

    This quilt has improved my experience. You set it and forget it. The fit is perfect. The workmanship is outstanding and the materials are state of the art. I am very happy.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Perfect stitching. Perfect fit to my WBBB. This thing is fantastic. I love my Winter Yeti, and this seems even better. I took my Winter Yeti several days to 18 below zero with minus 36 wind chills and no warmth problems. Looking forward to the MN Frozen Butt and WI Frozen Cheese hangs using the Winter Wooki.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Just received my under quilt , very nice you just clip it on and your done no adjustments needed and wow no cold spots like with others I am very happy with the quality and performance of this product it was well worth the price just like all there products it’s top of the line . Thank you WARBONNET you hit it out of the park with this one!!!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Field report: I just returned from a five-night Grand Loop backpacking trip in Linville Gorge, NC and I can report that the Wooki packs small and delivers big warmth. I’m a back and side sleeper in my WBBB and never had a cold spot. The set-it-and-forget-it deployment is far superior to all of my previous under quilt experiences. My campmates were not so lucky, what with all the constant fiddling. Thanks for making a truly innovative product and for making it with pride in the USA!

  6. 5 out of 5

    I have a blackbird and I’m the past have used a HG quilt (modified the BB by sewing some paracord loops along the seam so that the HG could clip into place).
    This last week I tried out the Wookie. It was -5° and I was quite toasty all night. If anything, my underside was the warmest.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Love the idea of set and forget got down to 37 degrees and my butt was toasty, I did have a problem, when I first got in was warm all over but some time during the night I must have slid down because I woke up with my left shoulder and feet cold I got out to see if something had slid off but both ends where still hooked up got back in and was warm again looked the next morning and found my head and feet where level thinking I must have been sliding down so my fault. I wish it covered more of an area though wrapping up on the sides. But I am happy with it and recommend this under quilt for the WBBB

    • admin

      It sounds like you maybe had the hammock setup so that you were laying on an incline and then slid down toward the foot end at some point with your feet then protruding past the end of the quilt. So,assuming that was the issue, you’d want to set the foot end higher in relation to the head end.

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