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    Default Sleeping Bag Liners

    Well I am looking for a sleeping bag liner. I am curious to see what everybody likes if you use them at all. I am currently using a:

    Wiggy's Super Light FTRSS(AWSOME BAG)
    Thermarest pad

    I usually sleep naked or just a base layer on and am toasty. I usually wear a base layer just because I don't want to fart and get butt chunks on my bag.

    So what does anybody recommend for a liner??

    Silk
    Fleece
    Polyester

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    I use a micro light fleece liner. Keeps you warmer in the bag, can be used with a light weight bivy for a siwash kit. Acts as a barrier between my funky body and my sleeping bag helping keep sweat and body oils from getting onto my sleeping bag. I remove it and let it air out if weather allows. I also prefer the feel of the fleece over the nylon of the sleeping bag against my skin. The warm weather silk may be better, but for me in Alaska it always seams cold and wet.
    http://www.seatosummit.com/products/display/24
    Steve

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    Default Walmart

    For everything but a backpack hunt I use the $12 fleece liners from Walmart. The fleece feels a lot better than cold nylon against your skin. They also keep you warmer, and your sleeping bag clean. I wash the liner after every trip.

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    Thanks. I think Fleece it is then. I was leaning towards fleece as it is a lot cheaper than silk and the others.

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