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Sea to Summit Coolmax Adaptor Liner Mummy Blue

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Product description


The Adaptor COOLMAX® sleeping bag liner will help you adapt to varied temperatures and humidity. The washable, knitted COOLMAX® fabric wicks moisture away from your skin, which helps keep you comfortable as temperatures rise and humidity increases, guaranteeing a great night’s sleep. The COOLMAX® Adaptor liner is ideal for use on its own in warm, humid climates, or as a liner inside your sleeping bag as you transition across seasons, and it's great for keeping your sleeping bag clean and hygienic. It's also available in an Insect Shield® version for extra protection in buggy environments.

The Adaptor is Perfect For...

  • Backpackers traversing a wide scale of temperatures and humidity
  • Travelers who would like to ensure a hygienic sleep environment
  • Campers looking to reduce the clammy feel in their sleeping bag
  • Warm-Weather campers who don’t need a full sleeping bag

Other Liner Options

  • Add warmth to your sleeping bag with a Reactor Liner
  • Weight-focused backpackers opt for the Silk Mummy Liner
  • COOLMAX® fabric is made of a soft, stretchy polyester-knit fabric.
  • Wicks moisture from your skin, keeping you dry and comfortable in humid conditions.
  • Use drawcord to cinch liner hood around your head.
  • The drawcord channel has a contrasting color, making it easy to find in low light conditions.
  • Easy care – no special soap is needed for washing.
  • Packs into its own Ultra-Sil stuff sack.

Tech Specs

Product Details

Best UseWarm Weather Backpacking & Camping
Comes WithUltra-Sil stuff sack
Material(s)CoolMax polyester
82 in / 208 cm
6 x 4.5 in / 15 x 11.5 cm
8.7 oz / 248 g

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