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Free movement with MicroLiner

March 05, 2018

Free movement with MicroLiner

Planning the first hikes or holidays of spring? Looking forward to sleep in rustic mountain huts or quirky hostels? Our new Sleeping Bag Liner is your most practical companion on every tour and leaves you all freedom to move. Sleep with your arms in your favourite position, but keep your hands warm with the extra long sleeve. No matter how often you turn at night, your shoulder and neck stays covered, and your head too with the hood.

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Bergstop MicroLiner in the hut

Quickly get up for the washroom or to get the torch or phone. You don’t need to leave the warmth of the MicroLiner behind, simply open the cord at the bottom, lift it up and tie it around your waist, an you got your legs free to walk and even climb stairs.

Bergstop MicroLiner in kitchen

After a bit of exercise you can even change your wet T-Shirt underneath, if you can’t find a private corner in the hut, and you can even keep it on the whole evening, saving the need to bring another pullover with you.

The microfiber material is soft and comfortable on the skin, yet very strong and can be washed hundreds of times. It even has a pocket that doubles as packsack, so you won’t ever lose it again.

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