Economy Burrow

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Approximately 3 Weeks to Ship
17.16 Ounces
Calculated at Checkout


Product Specs 

Frequently Asked Questions

Material Information


Our Economy Burrow series utilizes downproof 1.1 oz / yd² (20D) Calendared Nylon Taffeta fabric and 800 fill power DWR (Durable Water Resistant) Duck Down to achieve impeccable loft and weather resistance, while still remaining light and packable.  A great top quilt for hammock campers and ground sleepers alike, the Burrow Econ series will keep you warm while not breaking your bank account.


Current Lead Times

For orders placed on or after 12/2/19, lead time is approximately 3 weeks to ship this product.


About the Economy Burrow

The Economy Burrow top quilt works well for ground sleepers (make sure you order the wide width) and hammock sleepers alike.  With a Economy Burrow you can rest assured that when those temperatures plummet, you will remain toasty warm.  Our top quilts feature a half taper design and vertical torso baffles, which helps to make sure you have proper side coverage to your hips, while also saving a little bit of weight due to the tapered footbox.  We have two options for foot boxes, zipper and sewn.  The zipper footbox is more versatile, allowing you to unzip and lay the quilt out flat.  The sewn footbox should be utilized if you only camp in cold weather, and don’t need to vent the top quilt.  Each top quilt comes standard with grosgrain loops along the sides of the quilt to allow ease of attaching our Ground Pad Attachment Kit, which comes in handy if you sleep on an insulated pad.  Our Economy Burrow is 15-20% overfilled to help minimize down migration and prolong the loft of the down over time and use.


Duck Down

Hammock Gear is committed to providing down products that meet RDS (Responsible Down Standard).  RDS certifies that geese and ducks are treated ethically (no live plucking or force feeding) and the down is traceable back to the source.  Both our Premium and Economy quilts use down that meets the Responsible Down Standard. For more information visit:


Top Quilt Advantages

Having found the Hammock Gear website, chances are you are aware of some of the advantages of top quilts. Their growing popularity, with both the hammock crowd and ground dwellers alike, is due to their function and versatility, especially as compared to traditional mummy-style sleeping bags. Some of these advantages include:

  • ease of entry and exit

  • ease of movement once inside

  • ease of adjustment

  • no wasted insulation under the body

  • no undesired hood-on-the-face

  • no claustrophobia effect

  • weight savings

  • volume savings

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  • 5
    Great Quilt and Customer Service

    Posted by Matt on 10th Jan 2020

    The quilt has been great. I had a minor issue with the ground attachments and customer service quickly acknowledged the issue and offered to swap out the parts. Unfortunately, after fixing it, my quilt was lost in transit. Upon realizing this, I reached out to Harry and we quickly got to the bottom of it and they ultimately, without any hassle at all, replaced the quilt altogether.

  • 5
    Sleeping with the Economy Burrow.

    Posted by Walter Peters on 10th Jan 2020

    I had my eye on a zipper free sleeping bag for ~ 2-3 years before purchasing the burrow. I had seen it and some other hammock oriented bags reviewed over the years. I liked the price and the reviews were good. Ordering process was straightforward and I was able to change a minor detail with an email after the initial order was placed. My bag was delivered quicker then advertised.
    I definitely am satisfied with the quality of the thread work. The bag has a nice appearance and
    is lightweight. All the reasons I purchased it.
    I have used it on three trips so far. Not one of those trips involved a hammock . One was a unheated shelter and two were back packing trips . First trip was in Indian Peaks Wilderness in Colorado and second was a trip to the Alpine Lakes Wilderness in Washington. Both trips were in September. I was used a nemo air pad underneath and was quite warm. I do no have any accessory that keeps the bag together when ground sleeping, I however did not notice any drafts. I should say I sleep on my back and generally remain fairly stationary.
    All in all nice bag, lightweight, inexpensive, well rated warmth and nice quality. Company was responsive to change in order and delivery was quick.

  • 4
    Very nice

    Posted by John on 3rd Jan 2020

    Sturdy, warm lightweight. I highly recommend. I’m bad at reviews, but the burrow is so good, I couldn’t resist writing one.

  • 5
    20 degree Burrow

    Posted by Greg Phillips on 3rd Jan 2020

    Have only used once so for with a pad down to 40. But very satisfied.

  • 5
    Another great purchase

    Posted by E.C. on 28th Dec 2019

    Got the Econ Burrow 20F, wide, with zippered foot box. Added 1oz extra fill to chest area. I also requested that it be orange and blue because my son's favorite team sports those colors.

    The team at HG was totally great allowing me to ask for that custom color without increasing the price, especially during their sale time.

    I inquired about some other customizations and they answered quickly...usually within a couple hours (or even within 30 minutes) if it was asked during business hours.

    The quilt arrived before it was due, which is awesome. I didn't need it for Christmas, but it would have been here on time if I did.

    I thoroughly inspected all the seams and stitching upon delivery and everything looks great. I can't wait to get it to my son and use it on our next trip.

  • 5
    Economy Burrow

    Posted by Jim Adelberg on 19th Dec 2019

    Rcvd my Economy Burrow and was so pleased with the quality I dropped $560 the next day for my cold weather quilt. Great stuff!

  • 5
    Economy Top and Underquilts

    Posted by DAVID SCHMUDE on 14th Dec 2019

    In the past year, I have purchased 4 economy quilts from Hammock Gear. A 40 degree Burrow, a 10 degree wide Burrow, a 30 degree Incubator and a 10 degree Incubator. Obviously I am a very satisfied customer. There are many reviews here that express what a great product HG produces, but what many do not tell is the outstanding customer service provided by Harry, Adam and the entire crew. My very first purchase was my 30 degree Incubator and I had some questions about the quilt and much trepidation about the amount of money I was about to drop. Harry was more than helpful even going so far as to contact me on a day off work. There is really no reason to shop for your hammock needs elsewhere.

  • 5
    First Cold Night

    Posted by Me on 25th Nov 2019

    0 degree econ, standard fill and length, wide model and zippered foot box for more versatility.
    Didn't want to do a review until I spent at least one cold night in it. The turn around was awesome for a custom quilt. Ordered it on a Friday, was delivered the following Thursday.
    I spent the night in a tent (not a hammock) with a $10 Walmart air mattress and a therm a rest pad under for insulation.
    It dropped down into the mid 20's and I stayed warm all night. I was wondering how something rated to zero would keep me warm at 10 or 20 when I can unzip the foot box and sleep fine in my bed at 70? It's all about how close the quilt is to your body. The only time I had cold spots was when I didn't have it wrapped close to me. My feet did get a little cold; but I expected that with a zipped foot box and regular every day cotton socks. Goose Feet are definitely an investment I'll be making soon.
    Based on my past experience with sleeping bags. At a 0 degree rating I would say this will take you comfortably into the teens. If I wanted to take it lower; me personally... I would send it back to HG for a full 4 oz over stuff.
    No regret's at all! I'll be ordering an under quilt soon.

  • 5
    Great Quilt. Great Price. Temp Accurate

    Posted by John G on 8th Nov 2019

    Got a 20* quilt and have loved it so far. Took it out in 20* weather and was cozy in it with a puffy on. Love the zipper footbox so you can fully unzip and wrap around you in camp. Only complaint is the ground pad attachment system little hooks can be a little difficult to operate with your fingers when it's 20* outside, but still manageable.