Sleeping bag liners come in a few different shapes and sizes, each one ideally suited to a certain kind of sleeping bag. A rectangular sleeping bag liner, after all, would be a poor, likely uncomfortable fit for a mummy shaped sleeping bag. Instead, you would want a mummy sleeping bag liner. Of course the shape of the sleeping bag liner is only the first thing that you need to decide on, if you are expecting to get a good night of sleep in your sleeping bag liner.
Mummy Sleeping Bag LinerThings you want to keep an eye on when reviewing mummy sleeping bag liners.
- Warmth – Some sleeping bag liners add very little in terms of warmth, and are designed more to keep the interior of the sleeping bag liner clean and maybe have something more comfortable to sleep against. Other sleeping bag liners are designed to add quite a bit of warmth, and turn a summer sleeping bag in to a winter sleeping bag.
- Material – Related to the point above, there are a few different materials to choose from when it comes to buying a mummy sleeping bag liner. Some are ideal for providing warmth, while others do a better job of giving you a nice, clean, comfortable sleep for the night.
Best Mummy Sleeping Bag LinerSome of the better sleeping bag liners designed for mummy sleeping bags.
- Cocoon Egyptian Cotton Mummy Liner - Cotton is a good, if somewhat heavy choice if your goal is to keep your sleeping bag clean. The one real benefit of cotton is that most people are very used to sleeping against cotton, and it makes for a comfortable sleep. And you cant go wrong with Egyptian cotton. This particular liner weighs 7.2 ounces, or 209 grams, and will add approximately 7 degrees of warmth.
- Sea to Summit Reactor Thermolite Liner - If you want to stay warm more than anything else, thermolite is the ideal material. This particular thermolite mummy liner will add an impressive 15 degrees of warmth, and weighs an even more impressive 8.1 ounces, or 230 grams. A fantastic warmth to weight ratio.
- Sea to Summit Premium Silk Travel Liner - Cotton is nice to sleep against, but then so is silk. The benefit of silk is that it also weighs less than cotton. This particular liner comes in a variety of shapes and sizes, but the mummy shaped liner weighs in at just 4.8 ounces, or 136 grams, which is certainly impressive, and will add approximately 10 degrees of warmth, which is even more impressive.