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Sea To Summit Reactor Thermolite Sleeping Bag Liner
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- 100% Polyester
- Lighter weight, more packable than fleece
- Adds up to 15 degrees of warmth to a sleeping bag
- Mummy shape with a box foot
- Draw cord hood with mini cord lock
- Weighs just 9 oz, packs into its own 3” x 5” sil nylon stuff sack
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|Cpsia Warning||No Warning Applicable|
|Fabric Type||100% Polyester|
|Item Dimensions||0 x 35.43 x 82.68 inches|
|Item Display Weight||260 grams|
|Item Weight||0.57 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||0.62 pounds|
Pack the 9oz Sea to Summit Reactor Thermolite Sleeping Bag Liner on trips where the weather could change drastically or for a night under the stars. This mummy shaped sleeping bad liner adds up to 15 degrees Fahrenheit to your sleeping bag and can keep you comfortable on a cool night by itself. The combination of its low weight and high compressibility makes it a painless addition to your camping quiver.
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Top Customer Reviews
I'm glad I have this liner, and I take it with me on every trip. If I ever need to replace it, though, I will go with a cheaper liner.
I carry this with me on summer camping trips instead of a sleeping bag to save weight. I crawl into it while napping in the hammock sometimes. More than anything, however, I use it instead of renting sheets at hostels. I spent 30 nights in hostels in Iceland and the cost to rent sheets would have been well over $200 for that time. Yay! Chalk one up for the miser.
This is also useful to carry if you're staying in actual hotels that provide their guests with linens albeit of questionable hygiene.
The drawstring bag is well made and adequate but I often will just stuff the liner into my compression sack with clothes to save on bulk.
The material is super comfortable and soft. It's nice to crawl into after a long day of hiking or even just car camping.