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Sea To Summit Reactor Thermolite Sleeping Bag Liner

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    Stay comfortable.

    Pack the 9oz Sea to Summit Reactor Thermolite Sleeping Bag Liner on trips where the weather could change drastically or for a night under the stars. This mummy shaped sleeping bad liner adds up to 15 degrees Fahrenheit to your sleeping bag and can keep you comfortable on a cool night by itself. The combination of its low weight and high compressibility makes it a painless addition to your camping quiver.
    • Item #STS0085

    Tech Specs

    Degrees Added
    15 F
    Claimed Weight
    9 oz
    Recommended Use
    getting warmer

    Tech Specs

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    Saved my bacon

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I bought this to use with the sleeping bag I rented for my Mt. Kilimanjaro climb and it saved my bacon. The sleeping bag was missing the string to "mummy" the bag around my head, so it was often challenging to keep the warm in and the cold out. I mummied up in this insert and it helped keep me warm enough, especially at Barafu camp.

    Add that extra little warmth

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I got this mostly for summer camping in the desert and to pair it with my down bag to add some warmth and protect the inside of my bag. I highly suggest this for anyone.

    Quality liner

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

    This sleeping bag liner is a great one. It will add about 15 degrees of warmth to any sleeping bag for those cold nights in the woods. I'd recommend this to anyone who tends to run a little colder, to insure that you don't get cold when you're out adventuring.

    Excellent liner to augment bag warmth

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

    This liner was purchased for a recent 3 day trip through Big Bend. I primarily brought it for my girlfriend who used it on the last two nights after she had a rough first night. She has stated that it was the difference between a cold, miserable, sleepless night to a wonderful night's sleep. The evening temperatures were probably around the upper 30's and she had a 20 degree bag.

    It is very soft, fairly light, and (according to my girlfriend) very helpful in increasing the temperature rating of your bag! I highly recommend for those who: A) Sleep a little cold B) hate grimy sleeping bags C) Hate the feeling of clammy nylon sleeping bags

    Toasty warm!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    While this liner can't protect you from roaming bears...it can help you sleep like one! I used it on a Teton backcountry trip for added warmth. For a minute I thought I was in a 5 star hotel. It's soft, adds just enough warmth, and you can pack it anywhere!

    Good bag liner

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Very happy with this bag liner. Good balance of weight, warmth and size. While the degree of warmth it adds is a bit subjective, to me it is a good 10 degrees. To address an earlier question, I am 6’4”, use a long bag and have no problem using this liner.

    Warm, comfortable, highly recommend

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I used this bag hiking in the Andes, and as promised it added approx. 15 degrees of warmth (I'm very surprised to read comments to the contrary below!!). Roomy, soft, with nice ties to hold it up around your shoulders. Will use this for years to come.

    Serves its purpose

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I usually always sleep with a liner in my sleeping bag. They are much easier to clean than a sleeping bag. This is very light but adds 15 degrees to any bag, which after using I think is pretty accurate. Definitely worth purchasing if your looking for a little extra warmth for not a lot of money or weight. Also can be used on its own for light covering.

    Good and comfortable liner

      I always try to sleep with a sleeping bag liner to protect my down sleeping bags from sweat and oil. I bought this for winter camping and really like it. I would agree with the reviews below that 15 degrees is a bit generou. But I don't think 5-10 degree increase would be out of line. Overall, I like the liner a lot and it doens't seem to be showing any signs of wear despite numerous uses/washes.

      Not that great

        This liner is alright but it really doesn't add as much warmth as it claims. If you open it up you will see why, you can see right through it. The fabric is stretchy and comfortable but with no zipper or any type of opening you have to shimmy your way into from the top which is annoying. I traded it is for an Alps microfiber liner that weighs and packs about the same, but has a velcro opening about half the length of it which is much much easier to get into and actually adds more that a few degrees of warmth.

        I wasn't a fan of the sea to summit one. I would have to say the ALPS was a better purchase because it is smaller and lighter and I got it for about 1/3 the cost of this one. I returned the the sea to summit one.

        Wish I had got one sooner.

          I have used this sleeping bag liner a lot lately. I had thought I would only use it to keep the dirt and grime away from the bag. I found out it is great to use to keep the bugs off and add some warmth when a bag isn't needed. I highly recommend this product. My wife has taken it so will be getting another one :-)

          Comfortable, not as warm as claimed

            I bought this for a winter camping trip and used it with a 20 degree bag and a thermarest pad in weather that dropped to around 18 degrees and dry. I was still very cold. However, I found the liner very comfortable and stretchy, so I'm keeping it for warmer weather to protect my bag. But for extra warmth, I don't think it provided much maybe 5 degrees (my bag is cold for a 20 degree bag).

            I had a silk liner that I used before. This liner is more comfortable if you move a lot when you sleep. The fabric stretches and moves with you. It seems like it would be breathable in warmer weather.

            Not that great.

              Ok this liner does help but I found that there is some liner made of fleece that are cheaper and works better. In a middle of camping trip in March above the arctic circle, I was able to compare both liners and I prefer the fleece one.

              Cannot live without

                I use this 95% of the time I'm sleeping in my sleeping bag. It just makes it so much more comfortable. The fabric feels amazing to the skin, and you can wash it when you're done and save your sleeping bag from getting too funky. It probably adds 5-10 degrees of warmth to your sleeping bags rating, but I still like to use it even when unnecessary just because its so comfy. It packs down tiny and weighs almost nothing. I never leave a trailhead without it.

                Love the way it feels.

                  This review might be a bit odd for some people, but I'm guessing some will get it. I don't like the feel of most sleeping bags against my skin. Never been a big fan of nylon. Of course it is what is and I love backpacking. I use this liner even when I don't need extra warmth just cause I love the way it feels. The extra warmth is a very nice bonus. It definitely adds warmth I just don't know how much extra warmth it adds I've never tested one night, one night without.
                  I can say that right after I bought this I was messing with it in my truck whilest driving. (Ya, I know 10 and 2.) I had it pulled out of the bag and I put hood up over my head. Even though my cab was a comfortable temperature, my head was sweating within about 5 minutes of having wearing it.
                  I can also add that on my most recent hike I was of course using this liner in my bag. During the night the liner came down around my waist only covering lower section I felt a slight chill around my chest and and arms. I woke up and pulled the liner back up all the way and was back to be being nice and warm in no time.
                  So in short I'd buy this again. I'm not sure if really gets as many degrees as the advertisement says, but it does get the job done.

                  Worth the $$$

                    I picked one of these up for my 40 degree bag when an early fall trip dropped down into the 30's at night. This liner is light, very comfortable, and warm. I enjoyed the feel of the liner, no sticky silk feeling. At 9oz it isn't much extra weight and in the summer you could use this instead of a bag.

                    Best camping investment yet

                      I have used this for camping in the snow 4 nights so far. It kept me nice and warm and the material feels a lot nicer then what the synthetic sleeping bag feels like. The material seems flimsy but after more then 10 nights sleeping in it, it still hasn't ripped.

                      How cold could it be outside to use it...

                      How cold could it be outside to use it without a bag and still be comfortable?

                      Can this liner be used as a sleeping bag...

                      Can this liner be used as a sleeping bag in the summer? I hike in the Great Smoky Mountains and it ranges from the mid 50's to the low 70's at night. Thanks.

                      Its really a personal opinion. I would use it...yes. But below the mid 50's...I think I'd be cold and would bring an actual bag. I also know that I'm likely to sleep in my long pants and an insulated jacket if necessary. All depends on YOUR style.

                      Best Answer

                      You definitely could. I hiked the AT stretch through the Smokies in late April this past year. I brought this liner and my Kelty Lightyear 40 degree bag. The first few nights we had below freezing temps and with both I was toast! As the week progressed the weather warmed and by the last two nights my Kelty was just a little warm, so I slept in the liner on top of my bag. I was wearing a pair of shorts and shirt as well though, but totally think it would work in summer time in the smokies, even at higher elevations. Of course, I do agree that it is a matter of hiker variability and preference.

                      Does this liner have zipper. How easy is...

                      Does this liner have zipper. How easy is it to get into. I wanna use it for wall climbing but if its to hard to get into its a hassle.

                      Best Answer

                      No zipper. There's a drawcord that goes around the opening at the top, that's the only opening. You'll have to slip down into it from the top or step into it and slip it up your body.

                      I'm about the do the Annapurna trail and...

                      I'm about the do the Annapurna trail and the Everest base camp trek in Nepal (huts with beds, but freezing nights). Do you think this will do (in addition to some blankets) or there is no escape from taking a sleeping bag?
                      I'm a guy, who usually is OK with mild & cold weather.