Cocoon Silk MummyLiner
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- Silk is soft against your skin and responds well to changing temperatures - it feels cool in the summer and is warm in the winter.
- Mummy Liners made of silk are easy to hand or machine wash and dry quickly.
- Woven with a grid-like structure of strong silk threads, Ripstop Silk is more durable and resistant to tearing than regular silk
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Our high quality silk is the optimum fabric for minimizing packing size and weight. Silk is soft against your skin and responds well to changing temperatures - it feels cool in the summer and is warm in the winter. Mummy Liners made of silk are easy to hand or machine wash and dry quickly. Woven with a grid-like structure of strong silk threads, Ripstop Silk is more durable and resistant to tearing than regular silk
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Throughout the night as I moved around I would periodically wake due to my shoulder being chilled, why? Because the Cocoon Silk Liner had shifted down exposing my shoulders. As soon as I pulled it back up, I was warm & cozy & ready for more snoozing. TIP: The Mummy Liner has a hood area and I figured out on the second night that I just needed to pull the back ALL the way Up and it no longer slid down my shoulders, it stayed put!.
Overall I enjoyed the product and highly recommend it. It takes very little space in the suit case, is very comfortable, and the size is big enough for the average person. And it settled my neurosis of sleeping between hotel sheets. It did it's job well ;)
My main complaint is the stitching. This lacks any kind of quality control. The seems are pretty basic and a bit rough for this price point. The stitching ran off the seams in several locations so I'll need to repair those otherwise it will pull apart. The hems needed to be finished properly to justify a $50+ price. I would put this at a square deal at $35, at $70 it's far overpriced.
The stuff sack is nice, but I won't use it since I'll just stuff this together with the down bag it goes in. It's about the size of a water bottle. Half the sack is the same silk, so I fully expect it will pull apart in no time.
The directions say to hand wash or dry clean. I wanted to take extra care of it (because it’s expensive!) so I had it dry cleaned. It turned yellow and then started to disintegrate into pieces. I had it sewn within the first few tears, but the tears continued so now I will have to throw it away.
$50 for one months use is not a good bargain. It is very thin and can not withstand normal wear and tear. Too bad, I really wanted to like it! I would recommend buying a better quality