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    I have the silk MEC rectangular liner. I wanted to protect my new sleeping bag. Used it once only, or rather tried to, but I didn't like the feel of it and ditched it after 10 minutes. Other people swear by them, though.
    (I used a cotton one many years ago backpacking in Europe. Guess I got used to it--silk felt weird.)
    Anyway, PM me. I could send it to you to try out, if you want.

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    I have the Sea-to-Summit liner. Adds like 8 ounces and 15 degrees. i'm 5'10" and it's plenty big enough for me, I actually fully sinch the top shut, and close it up like a cocoon. If this method works for you, you would probably be OK with leaving a bugnet at home, for gram counters.

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    I have the Sea to Summit Reactor bag liner (+15*), and will be modding it with a side zipper for easier use in the hammock. Hmmm....wonder if Q2 can do that when I send the HH for the mods?
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    On the heavier side but I only use it for winter camping. I like that it has a full length zipper . . . http://www.llbean.com/llb/shop/43014?from=SR&feat=sr
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    Quote Originally Posted by Muskrat View Post
    On the heavier side but I only use it for winter camping. I like that it has a full length zipper . . . http://www.llbean.com/llb/shop/43014?from=SR&feat=sr
    ====>> LOL! I work for LL Bean as a second job, and have one of those bags! Actually, I used it as an UQ the last two times I went out! I will certainly use it inside my 20* bag in winter, but the Sea To Summit reactor liner is a little lighter, and doesn't get quite as hot, although I may use both in January in New Jersey!

    The cool thing about those bags ($25 BTW) is that they can be opened and used as a blanket, and you can zip two together for sleeping with a friend! WELL worth the money!
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    The JRB fleece liner is pretty nice. It's shaped just like a top quilt with a footbox so you don't have to bounce and wiggle yourself into it. It can be used alone in warmer weather.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sturgeon View Post
    I have the silk MEC rectangular liner. I wanted to protect my new sleeping bag. Used it once only, or rather tried to, but I didn't like the feel of it and ditched it after 10 minutes. Other people swear by them, though.
    (I used a cotton one many years ago backpacking in Europe. Guess I got used to it--silk felt weird.)
    Anyway, PM me. I could send it to you to try out, if you want.
    Seriously, if you want to try it, PM me. I'll mail it to you. If you like it, keep it, and mail me a cheque for what you think it's worth. If you don't like it, mail it back. It's just sitting in my closet wasting space.

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