The Yellowstone Double Sleeping Bag Liner is a polycotton rectangle bottomed double sleeping bag liner that comes in it's own carry bag for easy transportation.
210 x 145cm
Created by Ravean, a brand that made waves with a heated down jacket that raised more than $1 million last year, the heated sleeping bag liner is a next step in the brand’s evolution.
Silk, wicking Coolmax or cotton bag liners cost anywhere from $20 to $80, but by purchasing on-sale fabrics (anything high-quality and under $4/yard is a bargain) you can save big money and avoid upgrading to a winter bag you’ll only use once a year. The liner’s design is simple: basically a sheet folded in half and stitched together. Allow yourself a few hours to complete this money-saving project.
Sleeping bag liners can also be used on their own in warmer climates – making this cotton liner a must for any gap year traveller. The Vango Cotton Sleeping Bag Liner is 100% cotton, lightweight and comes with its own stuff sack. This sleeping bag liner also has a pillow insert which is still a requisite to stay at some YHA hostels.
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