Utilizing a hybrid construction of ripstop silk and Polyester/Lycra stretch fabrics, the lightweight Sea to Summit Premium Silk Travel Liner protects the interior of your sleeping bag (sold separately) while adding a touch of comfort and increasing warmth.
Double-folded construction and reinforced seams add durability to the liner. The stretch panels enable you to move during the night without the liner bunching up around you. The fabric is machine-washable, so instead of having to wash your sleeping bag after backpacking trips or travel abroad, you can simply throw the liner in the washing machine and pack your bag away until next time.
The Sea to Summit Premium Silk Travel Liner is available in Standard (73” x 36”; rectangular; 4.6 oz), Mummy (82” x 36”; includes hood; 4.8 oz), Long (82” x 36”; rectangular; 5 oz), Traveller (88” x 36”; rectangular; 6 oz), and Double (73” x 73”; rectangular; 9 oz) size options. NOTE: The Traveller offering incorporates a built-in pillow case for hostel use. A zippered stuff sack is included with all size options.
- Increases the thermal performance of sleeping bags
- Traveler model has built in pillow case
- Premium AA Grade, ripstop silk
- Machine washable & colorfast
- Traveler model is Hostel Approved
- Lightweight, super compact and extends the life of sleeping bags by keeping them clean
- Packaged in its own stuff sack
- Double folded and reinforced seams
Best Use Backpacking, Camping, Travel Item Weight Standard: 4.6 oz
Mummy: 4.8 oz
Long: 5.0 oz
Traveller: 6.0 oz
Double: 9 oz
Warranty Limited Lifetime Packed Size 6" x 5" x 3" Shell Material Ripstop silk and Polyester/Lycra stretch
Real Customer Reviews
- Lightweight and Comfortable
Likes: Lightweight, Pillow Insert, Comfortable
- Great for hotels, not for UL backpacking
Likes: (1) good size, (2) protection, (3) fabric
Dislikes: (1) not stretchy, (2) weight to warmth ratio
- great bag liner!
Likes: super comfy, my favorite part is the stretch panels. Can have both arms inside and still push out your elbows some. Was hesitant on spending the money for a liner, but well worth it. As for additional warmth, not a lot, but it is noticeable. On a recent summer trip where it was too warm to be in my sleeping bag I started out just partially inside the liner. In the middle of the night it was still too warm for the bag, but I pulled the liner up over my shoulders and it was noticeably warmer. Typical sea to summit high quality.
Dislikes: nothing yet, have had it out a few times and love it. as with all lightweight silk liners it is fragile but held up well to me rolling around at night.
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