Equinox Vapor Barrier Liner Long

Priced: $27.99 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 6 reviews.
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Equinox Vapor Barrier Liner Long -
Vapor Barrier Liner Long extends the temperature comfort range of your bag by 10° to 15°. It is made of a waterproof, coated nylon to keep heat in and reduce evaporative heat loss. This sleeping bag liner is for use in temperatures well below freezing.


  • Waterproof, coated nylon keeps moisture out.


  • Made in the USA.


  • Weight 11 oz.
  • Extends the temperature range of your sleeping bag.
  • Vapor barrier keeps heat in.
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Size:6'9" x 2'5" x 1'2"
Stuff Size:12"x 8".

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Equinox Vapor Barrier Liner Long Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Great lightweight addition

I read Andrew skurka's article on vapor barrier liners and decided to try them. It worked great in 30 deg weather in my 40 deg. I wore clothes underneath to prevent the clammy feeling.
Matt r at Campmor on 03/03/2011

Worked perfectly!

This liner promised to add 10 degrees to my bag and it performed wonderfully. I use it every time I winter camp. Great buy.
Jonny Magnum the Hick Dude at Campmor on 01/01/2011

Light weight VBL

Was looking to reduce the weight of my winter pack. This liner is about half the weight of my current liner.
Jakesdad at Campmor on 12/12/2012

Valuable Multipurpose Gear

Can be used above freezing to extend lite wt. sleeping bag,& as emer.bivy or tx.accident victim or hypothermia on day trips.
Labrador Jack at Campmor on 06/06/2012

very good. Tested in arctic!

you are dry when you sleep in it but it should work like that no to wet sleeping bag
misza at Campmor on 12/12/2011

Neutral Reviews:

Clammy, but effective

Headed into the Adirondacks during a particularly cold spell (-25F) and thought I'd try a vapor barrier to improve the warmth of my bag and reduce the risk of moisture's effect on my down sleeping bag. Slept first half of the night in long underwear and a light fleece - woke up really uncomfortable with moist clothing. Couldn't do the entire night and kicked off the bag for the rest of the night. Maybe the conditions or my bag were too warm to need the vapor barrier? Anyhow - unless you are spending a week in the below freezing backcountry, don't bother. If you are, I'm sure this is a good idea.
RoverDover at Campmor on 02/02/2013