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    Default walmart has this sleeping bag liner on sale for about 5 bucks

    It might be worth it...take a look

    Works with most sleeping bags
    Soft and breathable lining
    Carry bag included
    Size: 78" x 33.5"
    Fabric: 100 percent polyester silk touch 75D/150D
    Unit packing: stuffbag
    Product weight: 0.30 kgs

    https://www.walmart.com/ip/Ozark-...w/49417975

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    Not mummy shaped, so it's not a great fit for most sleeping bags. But definitely a whole lot cheaper than actual silk: my Cocoon ripstop silk mummy liner cost me $58.25, and I thought that was at a pretty good sale price.

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    Wow, thanks a lot. Just ordered one. Don't know if it will fit with my quilt but at that price I can afford to take a chance..

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    It is well over 10 ounces. A bit much for a liner, I would think.
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    I have one of these that I brought on a section hike through NY this past Septmeber. For what it's worth: I found that it made me hot, so I only used it on cooler nights, otherwise I was sweating all night.

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    Interesting. I have been thinking about making a pad cover for my large Therma-rest pad when car camping and using my quilt. This might be a simple solution and for $5, I can't see why not to try it. Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pondjumpr View Post
    Interesting. I have been thinking about making a pad cover for my large Therma-rest pad when car camping and using my quilt. This might be a simple solution and for $5, I can't see why not to try it. Thanks for sharing.
    I took a look at one at the store this afternoon. As a liner, I have my doubts. As a pad cover, that should work fine.
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