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ALPS Mountaineering Razor Fleece Sleeping Bag/Liner

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Razor Fleece Sleeping Bag/Liner

Sleep in the ALPS Mountaineering Razor Fleece Sleeping Bag/Liner alone on a mild summer night or stuff it inside an expedition weight bag to add additional fleece warmth when freezing weather strikes. The lightweight Razor stuffs down to a size you can easily fit in your winter camping bag or in your car as an emergency insulation option.

  • Fleece sleeping bag liner doubles as an independent bag in warm weather
  • Mummy shape is compatible with rectangular bags for ultimate versatility
  • Polyester outer is abrasion-resistant to ensure the bag lasts for years to come
  • Fleece lining is soft to the touch and retains warmth without bulk
  • Right-side zipper provides easy access and freedom to vent air easily
  • Item #ALM006N

Material
210T polyester
Shape
mummy
Stuff Sack
standard
Stuff Size
6 x 11in
Recommended Use
travel, weekend camping, winter camping
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

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>Rating: 5

Flexibility

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

I really like this bag liner. Here's why: Flexibility It extends the range of my 40° bag in the cold and gives me a light, packable bag for summer--which i have yet to do. I always had issues with the 3 season bag in summer...i'd overheat, open it up, then get a chill as the dew settled on me. I can definitively say that the liner took the comfort range of a three season bag down to 28° one night and was very toasty at 31° w/o a real air mattres (just an old u-haul packing blanket). So with this you basically turn one sleeping bag into three. Not a bad deal. Thanks for reading and have a great day.

>Rating: 5

Life Changer

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

To say this liner LITERALLY changed my life might be an overstatement but it DID dramatically improve my sleeping experience during a January camping trip, where the temps dropped to the high teens low 20's (Fahrenheit) at night. My feet get so cold at night even when it's not freezing, so adding this liner to my sleeping bag was a game changer. I added a hand/foot warmer the second night, and slept straight through til morning - no cold feet! This liner is also cozy enough that I might use it alone for a spring/summer bag in the mountains.

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