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Crawl into the Cocoon Silk Double Travelsheet with your sleeping partner to help keep you warm after a long day of traveling. With the width close to a standard queen-sized bed, you'll have plenty of room to get comfortable, even with someone sharing it with you. The Silk Double Travelsheet's extra pillow compartment holds you pillow in place, and keeps it from falling onto potentially dirty and unfamiliar floors. The Cocoon Silk Double Travelsheet doesn't just give you a comfortable option to sleeping on the bare floor, it keeps you from worrying about what germs are where when you're sleeping away from home.

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Perfect for a traveling couple

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

My partner and I travel quite a bit, and now we can be together inside one sheet, instead of in our separate cocoons. Easy to wash and dry. My only complaint is it is near impossible to stuff it back in its originally sack .

Love this silk Cocoon Double Travelsheet

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Used it at home before traveling. Absolutely thrilled with my purchase. Easy to wash & dry. So glad I purchased the double size, gives me lots of room. Would highly recommend this product. <3

Silky smooth

    I bought this for some tropical camping and it is nice. Temps at night were in the mid 70's so this worked perfect. I bought the double so I could wrap it around myself twice. It works perfect in the place of a sleeping bag for warm weather camping and packs down to the size of a 16oz can. One other added feature I have not read anywhere else. Let's say you spend a little too much time in the sun and get a nice burn, well silk feels really nice on burned skin. Cotton feels itchy and lets you know every time you roll over that you have been burned. I was surprised to find sleeping with a little burn could be comfortable.

    I use a cotton home made sleeping bag...

    I use a cotton home made sleeping bag liner. The weight of it is considerably greater than if it was silk but I'd like to cut the weight factor of my multi-day pack and if poss, try a silk liner. How's silk in warmer conditions where it is still required to use a cover more than just the silk?Does it stick to the body?