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Product Information

This liner is made using Microtex 5000, a lightweight, breathable fabric. Using a First Ascent liner enables you to wash the sheet and not the bag, thus prolonging the life of your sleeping bag.
  • Size - 72x180cm
  • Ultra light
  • keeps sleeping bag clean
  • Adds warmth to sleeping bag
  • Can be used alone as a sleeping bag
  • With good hygroscopicity, it offers different feeling than fleece

First Ascent Thermal Travel Sleeping Bag Liner

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This liner is made using Microtex 5000, a lightweight, breathable fabric. Using a First Ascent liner enables you to wash the sheet and not the bag, thus prolonging the life of your sleeping bag.
  • Size - 72x180cm
  • Ultra light
  • keeps sleeping bag clean
  • Adds warmth to sleeping bag
  • Can be used alone as a sleeping bag
  • With good hygroscopicity, it offers different feeling than fleece

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