Originally Posted by hawghangar
so are you guys with the silk liners seeing any temperature boost in cold weather? I have one, but really intended to use it as a TQ during hot summer nights - haven't tried it as a down TQ liner.
I too mostly got it for warmer nights, but wanted to give it a go in the cold. It does in fact help in the cold, used it in the negatives with a 0* tq and 20*uq. It helped because I was fully in a bag, instead of just wrapped with a quilt. I just picked up a vapor barrier liner to do the same thing, only better. I still will be using my silk liner for spring/summer/fall months, and will be sticking with the vapor barrier one for the winter.