A Sleeping bag Liner can be used in hot climates or keep you warm in ‘cold’ climates.
“A silk liner offers exceptional qualities: it’s lightweight, compact, and highly breathable, making it adaptable for year-round use when paired with the right sleeping bag. While it doesn’t significantly enhance warmth, its versatility shines on humid, balmy nights.”
A silk liner can stand alone when a summer-weight bag feels excessive, offering that essential layer for comfort and adaptability.”
It is a natural fibre giving great warmth for weight one of the lightest natural fibres; adds 2°C of warmth to your sleeping bag.
It’s breathable, quick-drying and good at wicking away moisture.
Soft on the skin and feels luxurious to sleep in.
Doesn’t stink easily due to its natural antimicrobial properties.
An anti-bed bug sleeping silk liner is Ideal for backpackers who are moving from hostel to hostel: alternatively pack a bed bug sheet.
The most common place to find Bed Bugs is beds or areas where people rest or sleep; they live and hid in seams, folds and crevices of the mattress, blankets and sleeping bags.
Hostels and multi-unit housing are one of the most challenging environments for bed bugs. Many people living or temporarily staying in the same building increases the potential for the pests to make it their home; multiply and spread.