We are heading off for a cold climate trip and have been worried about keeping warm in our sleeping bags. Sue did some research and came up with the idea of using a Sea to Summit Reactor Sleeping Bag Liner to add an additional layer of insulation.
A few days ago, Frank had an overnight camping trip at Lake Elizabeth in the Otway National Park , and created a “pre-trip” video checking out the liner.
He used it that night with success (he was warm) but it was a mild night. We will feedback how they perform once we return from Lake Oberon. Overnight temperatures should be well below zero degrees c.
More techo details from Sea to Summit:
The liner increases sleeping bag performance by up to 8°C (14°F) with 80g/m² Thermolite® fabric. Ideal as part of a cold climate sleep system, or as a standalone bag in warm weather. The Reactor is made from the lightest weight Thermolite® fibre.
- Packs into its own Ultra-Sil™ stuff sack
- Lighter weight, more packable than fleece
- Adds warmth to a sleeping bag
- Mummy shape with a box foot
- Draw cord hood with mini cord lock
- Colour of liner is black
- Weighs 248g (8.7oz)
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Non Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored review. It has been created to share our experiences. We paid full price for the liners from Mountain Design’s, Geelong (well, less our member discount).
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