Reactor Fleece Liner (adds up to 32°F)Get notified
BEST USE: Backpacking & Camping
WEIGHT: 13.4 oz | 379 g
LENGTH: 6 ft 6 in | 200 cm
PACKED SIZE: 9 x 5 in | 22 x 13 cm
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The THERMOLITE® Reactor Fleece liner is Sea to Summit’s warmest sleeping bag liner. Add one to your sleeping bag before heading into really cold environments, or use it as a 'stand alone' sleeping bag when the weather is warmer. The core THERMOLITE® fibers have the same hollow structure as a polar bear's fur, which traps a high level of insulating air. Luxuriously soft, the Reactor Fleece is perfect as part of a cold weather sleep system – plus it will help keep your sleeping bag clean.
The Reactor Series Sleeping bag liners, the Venture, Traverse and Basecamp synthetic Sleeping Bags and the foot boxes of the Women’s Altitude and Journey down Sleeping Bags use hollow core THERMOLITE® fiber to add warmth. These fibers trap extra air for insulation (just like the hollow-cores of polar bear or caribou fur). In the liners, the knitted THERMOLITE® fabric is soft and stretchy and comes in three different weights: 80g/m² fabric used in the Reactor and the underside of the Compact Plus liners; a 110g/m² fabric which is used in the Extreme, and the core and foot box of the Compact Plus liner; and the Fleece, the warmest of all the fabrics. THERMOLITE® is also used in the Air Sprung Cell sleeping mats.
Added WarmthUp to 32ºF / 18ºC
Best UseCamping, Winter Camping & Travel
Comes WithUltra-Sil stuff sack
Zip Options1/4th length zipper
Frequently Asked questions
Work as a stand-alone sleeping bag?
In many cases, yes. The only factor to be aware of is that the fleece fabric is not windproof.
Add 32°F / 18°C to any sleeping bag?
Not necessarily. There are a lot of factors involved in the thermal performance of a sleep system, starting with the insulation value of your sleeping pad.
Work for backpacking?
It may. The Reactor Fleece is light and small enough for it to be worth carrying for the additional warmth. Weight-conscious performance users may opt for a Spark Liner or Flame Liner.