Sea To Summit Premium Blend Silk/Cotton Sleeping Bag Liner

Sea To Summit Premium Blend Silk/Cotton Sleeping Bag Liner
Sea To Summit Premium Blend Silk/Cotton Sleeping Bag Liner
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Premium Blend Silk/Cotton Sleeping Bag Liner by Sea To Summit
Whether you're camped under the stars or in a hostel of questionable cleanliness, pull out the Sea To Summit Premium Silk/Cotton Sleeping Bag Liner and get a luxurious combination of soft comfort and moisture wicking performance. This machine-washable liner improves the thermal efficiency of your sleeping bag or protects you from sheets that haven't been changed in three weeks. When it's time to hit the trail or the road, the liner disappears into the included stuff sack and slides right into your pack.

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SKU: STS0064
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Manufactured by Sea To Summit
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