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Sea to Summit Thermolite Reactor Liner
The Reactor is made from Thermolite®, a hollow core fiber that provides extraordinary warmth for its weight and remains extremely breathable. Adds up to 14 degrees F / 8 degrees C of warmth to a sleeping bag or, used alone, is the ideal warm weather bag.
Sea to Summit Thermolite Reactor Extreme Liner
$89.95
The THERMOLITE® Reactor™ Extreme is the warmest backpacking knit sleeping bag liner offered by Sea to Summit. The hollow fiber threads work just like the hollow fur of a polar bear in that they trap heat effectively. When the mercury drops you'll appreciate the mummy shape and drawcord hood with mini cord lock attached. Depending on your environment and sleep conditions, this liner can increase your sleeping bag warmth by up to 14C/25F.
Sea to Summit Thermolite Reactor Fleece Liner
$109.95
The THERMOLITE® Reactor™ Fleece sleeping bag liner is a luxuriously soft and super warm liner that can bump up the warmth of your sleeping bag considerably. It can also be used as a stand-alone sleeping bag in warmer climates and has a quarter length zipper to control temperature and allows the user to get in and out of easily. The hollow core fibers that make up this fabric trap heat effectively, keeping you toasty warm. If you're looking for a high warmth to weight ratio or a lightweight summer bag, this is an ideal choice.
Sea to Summit Thermolite Reactor Compact Plus Liner
$84.95
The THERMOLITE® Reactor™ Compact sleeping bag liner is the ideal choice for gram counters under 6 feet. It essentially uses a combination of two weights of THERMOLITE® fabric, with the thicker more insulative being strategically placed across the torso and in the feet area. The hollow core fibers work like the fur of a polar bear in that they are incredibly insulating and trap heat effectively. This sleeping bag liner keeps your sleeping bag clean and is super easy to wash. It will bump up the warmth of your sleeping bag temperature rating considerably, depending on your environment and conditions.
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