While silk is a luxurious and comfortable fabric, it’s not known for its stretchiness so it’s not usually ideal for restless sleepers…but wait, hold your horses! The Silk Liner from Sea to Summit features polyester and Lycra stretch panels along the seams, so you can thrash away to your heart’s content, with plenty of room to spare.
Made using premium AA grade silk, this lightweight and compact liner has a luxurious feel that is ideal for keeping your sleeping bag clean, improving the thermal performance of your sleeping bag, or for adding a buffer between you and those dodgy hostel sheets. It’s also Extra wide so it’s perfect in larger sleeping bags or even in a bed.
This liner is double folded, machine washable and features reinforced seams for long-term durability. For a high-performance liner that’ll keep your sleeping bag clean, and you comfortable while you doze – the Silk Stretch Double Liner from Sea to Summit is the answer.
Polyester/Lycra stretch gussets improve comfort for restless sleepers
Increases thermal performance of sleeping bags
Machine washable and colourfast
Lightweight and super compact
Double folded and reinforced seams
Extends life of sleeping bags by keeping them clean
Max. User Height:
185L x 170−180W cm
12L x 10W x 8H cm
AA Grade Ripstop Silk
Camping | Travel
Suitable for Explore ex3?1 answer
Would this be suitable for S2S explore ex3 as a liner?
Heather - Parkerville, WA(3 years ago)
Yes, the Double Wide Stretch Silk Liner is a good option for the Explore Ex3 Double Sleeping Bag.
Leece - Snowys(3 years ago)
Will this cover a sleeing pad?1 answer
Hi there I am looking for a sheet to cover our exped duo LA sleeping pad as there are no duo sheets available in Australia.
Scott - Cowaramup(4 years ago)
We'd say this will sort of work based on the dimensions, the sheet is designed to be used inside a sleeping bag, however if you wanted to use it to cover and Exped Duo 10 then it will sort of work, but the end of the mat will stick out a little, and the sheet will be too wide, so you'd probably want to tuck the sides underneath the mat. I've not ever had anyone ask this before, and it's probably not something we'd be happy to recommend, but you could give it a try and see how you go. We'd say a standard double bedsheet would probably be a slightly more suitable and cost-effective option.