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Message posted by ZIZAG08/11/2011 at 10:04pm
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  I have heard a lot of good reports of Silk Inner Liners for sleeping bags . Which report that they Improve the temperature by so many degree's .

Also I have read about The thermolite reactor Inner Liners providing upto 8 degree's of warmth .

has Anybody used either . And what do you find the best to Improve your sleeping bag .


Message posted by petemillis08/11/2011 at 11:58pm
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I've got silk liners - they're supposed to increase comfort rating down a further 5 degrees C. But I dunno. I get annoyed with mine as they just get uncomfortable. Best way to improve comfort at lower temps I find is by keeping warm, dry and clean clothing on in the bag. Much better for when you get out in the morning too.

Message posted by weetabixface11/11/2011 at 9:29pm
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I use silk, in v hot conditions can just get away with the liner, but the bag in a bag does get in a fankle

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