Therm-a-Rest Sleep Liner

Therm-a-Rest Sleep Liner
Therm-a-Rest Sleep Liner
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Sleep Liner by Therm-a-Rest
Slide your Therm-a-Rest Sleep Liner into your bag and enjoy an extra 5 degrees of warmth on a chilly night in the woods. The brushed polyester is super soft against your skin and easy to throw in the wash between uses, while the sewn-in loops let you add a quilt or blanket to customize your setup.

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SKU: CAS00D6
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