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Sea to Summit Premium Silk Travel Liner

photo: Sea to Summit Premium Silk Travel Liner sleeping bag liner

Specs

Price Current Retail: $79.95-$149.95
Historic Range: $25.83-$149.95
Reviewers Paid: $10.00-$74.95

Reviews

2 reviews
5-star:   1
4-star:   0
3-star:   1
2-star:   0
1-star:   0

Perfect for traveling and staying in hotel conditions where they use harsh laundry soaps.

Pros

  • Lightweight
  • Soft
  • Mummy has a hood to protect head

Cons

  • Mummy sack is difficult to extract from

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I purchased this Sea to Summit item on a recent trip to GA to use to give me a barrier to the harsh laundry soaps used in the hotel I was staying in. I have travelled for a couple of years with a larger lightweight sleeping bag, but it was taking up too much space in my one piece of luggage.


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This was an expensive switch to a newer lighter weight and smaller solution, but one I am happy to say was a perfect solution for someone like me with a skin allergy issue that rears its ugly head every time I travel and stay in a hotel. The best part is that this soft silk is so soothing to the skin that it is like having a lightweight cloud wrapping you up and giving you a hug. Can't wait to see how it performs inside my down sleeping bag!


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The only downside to this mummy sack is that it can feel a bit restrictive while sleeping—a downside I am willing to accept as it protects me from a rash from harsh laundry soaps used in the hotel system.  

It was easy to wash and quick to hang to dry and simple to repack into the small carrier. I can see me packing this on my kayak and canoe trips just to have an extra hug as I snuggle into my sleeping bag.  

Experience

I would highly recommend for anyone needing extra protection from hotel bedding due to allergies to harsh laundry soaps.

Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $74.95

This is the first liner I've used, and the only. It's awesome for hot, muggy days on the coast, as well as cool nights inland. Alone, it's comfortable from 70°F+, and it's a great way to keep the bag clean.

I would not spend more than $25 on this however, unless you are an ultralight freak that will carry this in your pocket as you run the Gulf Coast.

Price Paid: $10

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