Sea to Summit Thermolite Reactor Compact Plus

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The Sea to Summit Thermolite Reactor Compact Plus is a dual-density sleeping bag liner that can increase the warmth of your sleeping bag up to 11˚C. Show more >
RRP: £48.88
£47.49
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Sea to Summit Thermolite Reactor Compact Plus

The Sea to Summit Thermolite Reactor Compact Plus is an ergonomically shaped, dual-density sleeping bag liner that can increase the performance of your sleeping bag by up to 11˚C. The Sea to Summit Thermolite Reactor Compact Plus combines the ultimate warmth with a light weight, and its compact design is ideal for people under 6ft. If you want to go on a multi-day alpine or climbing trip but don’t want to get cold in the middle of the night, this is the accessory for you.

Tech specs

WEIGHT 263 g
MATERIALS 80g / m2 Thermolite and 110g/m2 Thermolite
DIMENSIONS 183 x 92 cm
RECOMMENDED USE Cool Weather Camping, multi-day climbing trips

Features

Thermolite Reactor Compact Plus

Full Features List

• Dual fabric sleeping bag liner
• Can make you up to 11oC warmer
• 110g/m2 Thermolite® panels in core body and foot areas and 80g / m2 everywhere else
• Foot and torso areas are warmer
• Compact, shorter design is ideal for women and youth
• Packs into its own Ultra-Sil® stuff sack which is super durable and abrasion-resistant

Thermolite Reactor Compact Plus

Thermolite

Thermolite is a hollow-core fibre which provides amazing insulation properties alongside a light weight. The fact that the fibres are hollow inside means that they trap warm air, making an insulating barrier between you and the cold outside. As an added bonus, It’s also incredibly durable.

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Average rating

Thermolite Reactor Compact Plus
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5
Based on 1 rating
light and warm

Great piece of gear!
lightweight and compact! hardly you notice that you carry it with you!
Roomy and warm to use either as an extra layer for your sleeping bag, or on its own as a liner.
I would definitely reccomend it.
A must-have in any case scenario! (practical for camping, bivouaking or even backpacking!)

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