This liner helps a bit, it is especially noticeable when you first climb in, no shivers like a plain bag. BUT is it capable of adding the stated degree rating to a bag? Who knows, it is a matter of how warmly you sleep, but with the sinch cord tightened down it sure helps.
I bought two of these, one for me and one for my husband. We used them in winter camping conditions with temperatures around 4 degrees. It is super soft and added a nice layer of warmth to the sleeping bags and we were both toasty. It is also very spacious and has a hood which fits nicely under the sleeping bag hood. Ours were black with blue trim
Used it out bush as blanket when it got cold.havent used it as a liner, have to wait for winter. Felt like cashmere ,lovely to just wrap up in.
I have had one of these liners for about 5 years, and used it in countless scenarios in multiple seasons, and varying climates. It has travelled to Uganda and the Australian Outback as a stand alone sleeping bag, and has been to a Candadian, North American and New Zealand winter as a liner to my down sleeping bag. It is not only toasty warm, it is nice and stretchy for the restless sleeper.
My only complaint is it picks up hair, fur, prickles and grass quite easily so keep it off the ground
Hi there, do you sell the Reactor Extreme liner as well? Thank you.
Added to the roman mummy -5 deg sleeping bag, will it keep you warm and toasty in temps of around -8?
Is it drip dry. do you spin it out,?
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