The Revelation and Convert feature shock cord adjustable footboxes that you can open or close depending on the temperature. But on really cold nights, it's important to close that footbox all the way and eliminate drafts from sneaking in.
Most people tend to snap the snaps first, and then pull the shock cords of the footbox closed. In doing that you will still find that the footbox isn't quite closed all the way.
In this series of photos, we will show you the proper way to close our footbox with the snap closures and shock cords, helping eliminate any drafts once and for all.
First grab the two shock cords and lightly pull them up toward the head of your quilt. Next fasten the snaps, so the shock cord and cord locks remain above that bottom snap, as shown in the photo below.
The two snaps then act as a leverage point, closing the footbox much tighter and helping eliminate any chance of cold air near your feet.
You can see the shock cords above the snaps, and a fully closed footbox.
If you're still experiencing drafts, throw a pair of socks or a shirt or something down by your feet to help block out that cold air.