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A fleece liner bag that stands alone or slips inside your sleeping bag.

You can add a touch of extra insulation to your sleeping bag thanks to the soft Alps Mountaineering Fleece Bag. The rectangular shape fits inside mummy- or rectangle-shaped bags, and the polyester fleece provides warmth without adding a ton of bulk to your backpack. During the warmer summer months, you can use this bag alone rather than crawling into a heavier down sleeping bag.

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Does it pack well? I see it weighs 2lbs...

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Does it pack well? I see it weighs 2lbs 2oz, but is it too bulky to take backpacking? Does anyone know how much space this will take up? Thanks

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Nice Liner

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I bought this to add some versatility to my sleeping bag. I have a long Big Agnes Encampment bag and it fits inside. I plan on using this with my bag in the early spring or late fall trips as well as by its self on river trips and camping down in southern Utah in the summer months. The only down side is it?s a bit heavy.

Can this be fully unzipped to make a...

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Can this be fully unzipped to make a blanket?

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It unzips to the corner opposite from the position of the zipper is when is fully closed. Much like a standard old school rectangular sleeping bag.

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Great for cold weather car camping

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I had a chance to use this up in the Wind Rivers near the end of October. The forecast called for 20 degree temps but I don't think it really got much lower than 30. I bought this in anticipation for bitter cold nights in a 15 degree bag (I get cold easily).
This bag/liner worked out great. I call it a bag/liner because it's big enough and thick enough that during a warm summer night, you could probably get away with using it as a standalone piece. The night when I got to use it paired up with my 15 degree bag it was like sleeping at home with the thermostat kept at 70, I slept like a baby.
Biggest downfall of the bag/liner is its weight, at two lbs it's pretty hefty, and the zipper which is extremely bulky and is certainly noticeable when used as a liner in a mummy shaped bag.
Overall a great purchase, I am very satisfied, especially for the price.