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£52.92 (inc Vat)
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Outdoor Camping Sleeping-Bag-Liners Silk Thermic Neutrino Sleeping Bag Liner Rab
Thermic Neutrino Sleeping Bag Liner

£49.33 (inc Vat)
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Outdoor Camping Sleeping-Bag-Liners Fleece Reactor Compact plus Sea to Summit
Reactor Compact plus

£48.50 (inc Vat)
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Outdoor Camping Sleeping-Bag-Liners Silk Silk Neutrino Sleeping Bag Liner Rab
Silk Neutrino Sleeping Bag Liner

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Outdoor Camping Sleeping-Bag-Liners Silk Silk Sleeping Bag Liner Lifeventure
Silk Sleeping Bag Liner

Perfect as Travel or Camping Gear. Made with 100% silk to keep you warm when it's cold and cool in winter when camping and outdoors.

£40.02 (inc Vat)
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Outdoor Camping Sleeping-Bag-Liners Fleece Fleece Insulating Liner Snugpak
Fleece Insulating Liner

A lush fleece liner to add warmth and comfort to your sleeping bag on colder nights.

£35.64 (inc Vat)
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Outdoor Camping Sleeping-Bag-Liners Coolmax Sleeping Bag Liner Lifeventure
Coolmax Sleeping Bag Liner

With it's almost 'magical' temperature regulating this bag is an ideal liner for a hot country trip, or as a second layer in a bag with an integrated pillow sleeve as one of its many great features.

£35.10 (inc Vat)
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Outdoor Camping Sleeping-Bag-Liners Fleece TS1 Insulating Liner Snugpak
TS1 Insulating Liner

£20.50 (inc Vat)
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Outdoor Camping Sleeping-Bag-Liners Cotton Cotton Sleeping Bag Liner with Pillow Sleeve Lifeventure
Cotton Sleeping Bag Liner with Pillow Sleeve

Cotton sleeping bag liner for better cooling in warm climates or an extra layer in the cold

Sleeping Bag Liners

Sleeping bag liners either add extra warmth to your sleeping bag or they help keep your bag clean and save you washing it too regularly. This is especially handy for down bags, which are more difficult to clean. They are also a requirement in many Youth Hostels around the world.

Sea to Summit's range of silk liners are the best for providing extra warmth at very low bulk. One of their cotton liners will provide some warmth, but they are a bit heavier and bulkier to carry.

Bag liners fulfill a variety of uses.

Firstly they help keep your bag clean, which helps retain the lofting and thermal properties of the bag for longer. This is especially important for down sleeping bags, which are less wash-friendly. Silk or cotton liners are the best for this, silk having lower weight and size but greater cost. Check out the silk and cotton range from Sea to Summit.

Liners can add thermal properties to a bag. As a rough rule of thumb, a good quality silk liner will add a couple of degrees to a bag's comfort rating. Fleece liners such as those from Outdoor Designs can add an extra season to the bag.

They can be used alone in very hot climates, and here cotton comes into its own. It's cooler and less sweaty than silk and fleece. A liner can be used with a cheap, light bag in temperate regions and also to improve your usual sleeping bag for extreme cold use.

They are also handy for use in huts and youth hostels. Look at the Traveller series in particular.

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Rab are helping support their independent retailer partners by providing customers who buy direct from Rab's website with a 5% discount off RRP and in turn they will give 25% of your order value back to your local outdoor shop just by using the code UP 01.
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