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Reactor Liner (adds up to 8°C)

Reactor Liner (adds up to 8°C)

$94.99
Our lightest thermal liner+ View tech specs
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BEST USE: Backpacking & Camping

WEIGHT: 8.7 oz | 248 g

LENGTH: 6 ft 10 in | 208 cm

PACKED SIZE: 5.75 x 4 in | 15 x 11 cm

Shipping & Returns

Free standard delivery in Australia for orders over $49.99*.

For all other orders under $49.99, we charge a flat fee of $10.00 for standard delivery in Australia.  We do not ship to an address outside of Australia.  

The standard delivery time is 10 Business Days depending on your location.  For more details, check out our Shipping Policy.

If you are not entirely satisfied with your order, you may be entitled to a refund of the purchase price of the Product. For more details, please check out our Refund Policy.

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Description

The THERMOLITE® Reactor liner is our top selling and lightest thermal sleeping bag liner. It's an excellent cold weather option for those who need additional warmth. The hollow core fibres trap heat and offer extraordinary insulating properties. This is a super stretchy, soft, and comfortable choice with a mummy shape, foot box and a drawcord hood. Compact and lighter weight than fleece, this is a best seller for good reason.

Design Details

Technical Features

THERMOLITE

Tech specs

  • Added Warmth
    Up to 14°F / 8°C
  • Best Use
    Backpacking, Camping
  • Comes With
    Ultra-Sil stuff sack
  • Material(s)
    Thermolite polyester fabric
  • Shape
    Mummy
Mummy
Mummy

Frequently Asked questions

Suitable for use with a rectangular / wide sleeping bag?

The knitted fabric of the Reactor is so stretchy that you won’t feel the shape of the liner at all.

Equipped with a zipper?

No - to keep this sleeping bag liners at a minimal weight and packed size we did not include a zipper.

Washed in a washing machine?

Yes - you can wash your liner in a washing machine with normal supermarket laundry ‘soap’ and dry it in a dryer, using cool or low heat. Fabric softeners will reduce wicking performance of the fabric.