stsbanI think it was Michelangelo who said "find a job you love to do and you'll never work a day in your life" This is how I feel about working on these gear reviews to show you (the possible consumer) the products and more importantly the feature benefits of the products I review. I really do enjoy it!

Now, let's get started. Today I'm in Yosemite National Park in California doing a gear review on the Sea To Summit Thermolite Reactor sleeping bag liner. reactorFor those of you who know Seat To Summit you know that they make great products from shelters to sleeping bags to outdoor apparel and the list goes on. If you don't know then you should definitely check these guys out. 

The people over at Sea To Summit have been making quality products for a long time and their product testing and R&D department is top-notch! The pack a lot of technology into this little bag liner. 

First of all its small and light, about the size of a soda can when compressed and weighs in at 8.7oz. Second this model (The Reactor) increases the warmth of any sleeping bag 15 degrees. Third, its made from an odor resistant lightweight fabric (hollow core fiber) that is awesome when you want to add some warmth or to use as a sleeping bag in very warm climates. 

The only downside to this liner is that there is no zipper making getting in and out of the liner a hassle (especially at night and its pitch black). But that is why the liner is also very light so you take some and you lose some! 

The measurements of this bag liner are as follows 210 cm long (7 foot) and 90cm wide (3 foot). Reactor Size

The Reactor retails for about $50 and is a little pricey but you know you're getting a quality made product when you open your wallet!

Please leave your questions and comments below and I will get back you as quickly as I can. Thank you!

Take a look at the video below to see me in Tuolumne Meadows in Yosemite !