I just posted this on /r/ultralight but wanted to share it here as well for all of you that don't hang around there. In my search for a down quilt with closed footbox inside EU I came across Khibu, which is a small Hungarian cottage company. The Khibu Magma topquilt looked excellent and I contacted Kornél, the owner, and asked for a few custom options. He is very friendly and easy to work with and the contact went smoothly even in these troubled times. Last week, 6 weeks from ordering, I had the quilt in my hand and I'm very very pleased. This is my first quilt and I haven't used it yet so take everything I say with a grain of salt. I wanted to make this first impression rather quickly since this is a company that I've rarely seen discussed around here. Pictures: Khibu instagram From my living room and the Khibu workshop Alright, enough talking. Here's the specs: 10D grey outher and 10D black inner (although the colors look a little different on the photos from the cutting board and in my living room) X-long and wide since I'm 2.03m (6'8) and it's my first quilt. The length/width were 210x145/100 cm (83x57/39 inch) for the unfilled shell. 400g (14.1 oz) of 850 FP down (900US) Closed footbox and draft collar Weigth is 631g (22.3 oz) and is conservatively rated to -1 °C (30F) Price was 280 € (315$) which I think is fair since both size, fill and fabric is custom. The standard Magma on his website is quite a bit cheaper. First impressions are really good. The stitching is excellent and it lofts really well, couldn't be happier. I'm looking forward to test it on a 16 hike on the High Coast in Sweden this summer to further expand my thoughts about it.