OTHER RECOMMENDED TRAVEL LINERS
Why so different?
Although Silk travel sheets seem to have claimed the spot as the preferred and most idolized type of travel sheet, there are so many different materials that have been used on the market for example polyester, cotton, fleece etc. Cotton is the most commonly used fabric however it comes with different benefits than those made from silk. The cotton liners tend to capture more heat due to the detail of the fabric but are also different to the touch. People seem to enjoy all brands of liners so I decided to give you the scoop on all materials before you prepare to set out for your next adventure.
Alps Mountaineering produces mummy shaped sleeping bag liner in both Poly Cotton or MicroFiber fabrics to choose from. These liners are easy to remove and toss into the washer and can double as a sheet as well. The sleeping bag liner fits the dimensions 32" x 86" inches and fits back into the sack that is included. This sheet sells for $59.95 and ships world wide.
Slumberjack produces Micro Fleece Rectangular Liners made to fit inside a mummy sleeping bag. With its polyester micro fleece and anti-pilling, double brushed fabric, the Slumberjack keeps you comfortable all night. This product is sold for $44.95 and ships to select countries around the world.
The Kelty Picking dual-purpose Wicking Liner can be used on its own for ultralight summer camping or inside your bag as an additional insulation and a moiusture-management layer. It is 100% Polyester which adds 5 to 10 degrees of warmth to your sleeping bag. It also includes external snap loops to allow the liner to attach to the inside of a sleeping bag and has a hip-length two way locking zipper.