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How to Choose liners for sleeping bags

There are different shapes of sleeping bags that you can choose from such as, rectangular, semi rectangular, double bags, and mummy. Likewise, there are two main types of sleeping liners available in the market that are mummy shaped liners and rectangular liners. Mummy shaped liners are suitable for backpackers while rectangular liners are ideal for travelers.

How to Choose Liners for Sleeping bags?

When you decide to choose a liner for a sleeping bag, the material is the most important aspect that should be kept in mind. Pick the one that suits your needs.
Silk
Silk liners are compact and lightweight. They are ideal for winters but in warm weather, these liners are absorbent and breathable.

Cotton
Cotton liners are durable, strong, and affordable. However, they are not compact and a bit heavy to carry. Salewa, Vaude, Mammut, Sea to Summit, and Ternua offer the best collection of sleeping liners, blankets and sheets for hikers, climbers, and outdoor enthusiasts.

Fleece
Liners made of fleece and microfleece materials are heavier yet soft. They are moisture wicking and quick drying.

Synthetic
Synthetic liners are ideal for humid conditions as they hold breathable and moisture wicking capabilities. For a restful sleep, these liners also offer some stretch which makes them ideal for outdoors.

Insulated
Insulated or thermolite liners provide up to 25 degrees of warmth and ideal for winter outdoor activities. They also dry faster than silk and cotton liners.



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