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Re: Clammy Sleeping Bags

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  • wcgornto
    I ve always used a silk liner, not to avoid clamminess, but so that the silk liner gathers all the dirt and grime. That way, I can wash the silk liner as
    Message 1 of 7 , May 4, 2013
      I've always used a silk liner, not to avoid clamminess, but so that the silk liner gathers all the dirt and grime. That way, I can wash the silk liner as needed while keeping my down bag clean so that it does not have to be washed.



      --- In johnmuirtrail@yahoogroups.com, "Darryl" <dabrahms@...> wrote:
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      > I think John Ladd and I both share the same sentiments in that we hate clammy sleeping bags. That is why I purchased the Sea to Summit silk sleeping bag liner. I haven't used it enough to know whether it is an effective remedy.
      > I have a down Feathered Friends Swallow down and a synthetic down Mountain Hardware Lamina 0 degrees sleeping bag. I will be taking the Feathered Friends on the JMT. Especially with the Mountain Hardware Lamina, I feel as if I am sleeping in a plastic bag and wherever my skin comes into contact with the lining, I feel sticky (as if my skin is not breathing), even in cold temperatures. I would appreciate any suggestions on how to minimize this discomfort.
      >
      > Thanks,
      >
      > Darryl
      >
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