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Silk Trekking Bag Liner - White
  • Silk Trekking Bag Liner - White
  • Silk Trekking Bag Liner - White
  • Silk Trekking Bag Liner - White
  • Silk Trekking Bag Liner - White
Silk Trekking Bag Liner - White

FORCLAZ

8578334

Silk Trekking Bag Liner - White

€35.00
VAT included
  • Silk Trekking Bag Liner - White
  • Silk Trekking Bag Liner - White
  • Silk Trekking Bag Liner - White
  • Silk Trekking Bag Liner - White
Silk Trekking Bag Liner - White
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Our designers passionate about trekking have designed this sleeping bag liner to sleep in refuge/gite, optimise thermal comfort & hygiene in your sleeping bag.

Ultra-light and comfortable silk sleeping bag liner, natural material, mummy shape.

BENEFITS

Sleeping quality

Size 220 cm x 77 cm (head) x 54 (toes) cm.
very comfortable 100% silk.

Easy transport

Weighs 110g.
Volume 0.5 litres.
Carry bag.

Easy maintenance

Easy to machine wash, follow the care instructions.

Durability

Reinforced stitching to reduce tearing. Reinforced at the junction.

TECHNICAL INFORMATIONS

Did you know?

Sleeping in a sleeping bag liner protects your product and makes it easier to maintain your sleeping bag (less washing = better durability and thermal performance over time).
It is very useful in holiday cottages and shelters.
Choose a liner that is the same shape as your sleeping bag for added comfort.

Thermal comfort

Using a Forclaz silk bag cover helps optimise the thermal quality of your sleeping bag by approximately 1.5 to 2°.

Durability and use

Silk is a natural and fragile material. Be careful when you enter and get out of your sleeping bag to not expose the stitching to stress.

Eco-design

Because every little counts, we have changed the component in this sleeping bag liner. We have chosen a "bi-ton" component.

Eco-design (continued)

Textile dyeing requires a lot of water but also produces waste water from the dye baths. To reduce the impact on the environment, we choose "bi-ton" dyeing, meaning only one out of every two threads are dyed. This dyed yarn is also dyed using mass pigmentation, using colour pigments when the yarn is manufactured.
This process reduces the CO2 emissions of this sleeping bag liner compared to the former model.