Cocoon Flannel MummyLiner

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Use a Cocoon MummyLiner to protect your sleeping bag investment. MummyLiners add warmth and comfort to your sleeping bag, while protecting it from dirt and body oils. A MummyLiner will extend the life of your bag by eliminating the need for frequent washings, which is how most bags are damaged. Cocoon MummyLiners are specially designed to fit any tapered mummy sleeping bag. They feature a drawstring hood, a boxed foot-end and are double stiched for durability. On a hot night, your MummyLiner might be all you need. Cocoon MummyLiners are specially designed to fit any tapered mummy sleeping bag. They feature a drawstring hood, a boxed foot-end and are double stiched for durability. On a hot night, your MummyLiner might be all you need. Flannel is an especially soft and warm brushed cotton which affords more insulation than regular cotton. Flannel is perfect for cold climates or can be used alone as a summer sleeping bag.

- Ramsey Outdoor

Add comfort to your mummy bag with this soft, brushed 100% cotton flannel liner--it's breathable, warm and durable. Keeps your bag clean, saving it from the wear and tear inflicted by washing machines. Adds approximately 5 degrees of warmth to your sleeping bag. Tapers from a 35" width at the shoulders to 22" width at the foot. Comes with stuff sack for convenient packing.

- REI

Cocoon MummyLiners are tapered sleeping bag liners to add warmth and comfort to any mummy bag. Easy to wash, MummyLiners extend the life of your bag by protecting it from dirt and body oils. Features drawstring hood, boxed foot end, double stitched, and nylon stuff sack. Size: 95"x35" tapering to 22".100% Cotton Flannel+12.1 F16oz.

- Campmor

Cocoon Flannel MummyLiner

previously retailed for:
$29.99 - $38.95

The Cocoon Flannel MummyLiner is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 19, 2013 at Ramsey Outdoor.

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