Cocoon Microfleece MummyLiner

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Cocoon's Microfleece MummyLiner page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Premium Microfleece liner add 11 F to any sleeping bag and makes a great summer-weight sleeping bag. Microfleece keeps you warm, even under wet conditions. 2-way YKK zipper for coupling to another Microfleece MummyLiner. Features drawstring hood boxed foot endnylon stuff sack. Size: 86"x32" tapering to 24". Wt. 1lb. 4oz.Stuff size: 4" x 6".

- Campmor

The Micro Fleece MummyLiner from Design Salt can protect your sleeping bag investment. MummyLiners add warmth and comfort to your sleeping bag, while protecting it from dirt and body oils. They will extend the life of your bag by eliminating the need for frequent washings, which is how most bags are damaged. 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.

- Altrec Outdoors

Free Shipping. Design Salt Fleece Mummyliner (Fall 2008) The MummyLiner by Design Salt is a sleeping bag liner for tapered sleeping bags. Their sleeping bags have breathable interiors and tremendous wicking power. They will retain these qualities, even with repeated washings. There sleeping bag liners create a comfortable and consistent sleep environment. They are easy to wash and care for, add insulation, and extend the life of your sleeping bag. In addition, MummyLiners can be used alone as sleeping bags in warm weather. Size: 86in. x 32in., tapering to 24in. (except for CoolMax) Added warmth: 11.2 F Weight: 1 lb 3 oz

- Moosejaw

Cocoon Microfleece MummyLiner

previously retailed for:
$49.95 - $59.99

The Cocoon Microfleece MummyLiner is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 9, 2013 at Campmor.

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