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Quilt Liner

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Do you want to keep your expensive top quilts clean from all the dirt and sweat from hiking? Need a liner to possibly get you those few extra degrees warmer? How about a lightweight summer cover for those hot days where a quilt isn’t needed?

Enter the DutchWare Quilt Liner! Made from our ARGON 67 taffeta fabric, this liner is ultralight, soft to the touch, and packs down to almost nothing.

27 in stock

weight: 69.99 g

Description

Do you want to keep your expensive top quilts clean from all the dirt and sweat from hiking? Need a liner to possibly get you those few extra degrees warmer? How about a lightweight summer cover for those hot days where a quilt isn’t needed?

Enter the DutchWare Quilt Liner! Made from our ARGON 67 taffeta fabric, this liner is ultralight, soft to the touch, and packs down to almost nothing.

 

Specs:

Fabric – ARGON 67 Taffeta Black

Weight – 2.5 Ounces (70 Grams)

Additional information

Weight69.99 g
Dimensions1 × 1 × 1 in
SKUDUT047

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  1. Question

    Admin LeahHarman

    Hi Dutch, just wondering, is this machine washable? Thanks!

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    • admin

      Yes, the idea is it is easier to wash it than to wash your quilt. I would use gentle cycle and woollite or a good technical detergent. in warm or cold water. It is nylon.

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  2. One person found this helpful
    Simon Stone

    5 out of 5 I use it every day

    Simon Stone

    I bought one of these at the beginning of the Summer season. I’ve used it extensively outdoors (8 weeks), and now indoors. It feels really soft and comfortable and yet it’s incredibly thin. I prefer it to any cotton or silk liner I’ve used. It has plenty of space and doesn’t feel at all restricted. I only wish that it were available in a colour other than Black.

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    Rose Brown

    What are the dimensions of the liner?

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  4. Question

    Admin Tim

    Hi Dutch, what are the dimensions of this liner? I’m 6′ 230lbs, broad shoulders, and a side sleeper; want to make sure I’ll fit. Tks!

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    • admin

      You will fit fine. it is 57 wide and 6 foot long.

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  5. Hängematz

    5 out of 5

    Hängematz

    I bought this quilt liner a few months ago and do not regret it.

    I bought this quilt liner a few months ago and do not regret it. The manufacture is as expected perfect (typical Dutch) and the fabric is pleasurable and soft to my skin. As I’m 6’5″ tall, I decided to order an extended liner (7’3″), which was a good decision. Thus, it fits perfect. I’m happy to recommend this item.

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  6. Tracey - Maine hiker

    5 out of 5

    Tracey – Maine hiker

    Used to protect my quilt from my dog !

    I’ve used a quilt liner a couple times now to cover my quilt so my dog can lay in the Hammock with me. I spoke to Dutch personally and he help me with this purchase . He was right it worked great my zero and my 20° quilts have both survived my dog on multiple nights in the Hammock with me. Thank you Dutch ! I highly recommend if your Hammocking with your dog!

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  7. Kristed

    5 out of 5

    Kristed

    Love it!

    Just got back from a week on the AT in NJ. Warmer nights started with just the liner and pulled up the quilt as the temps dropped. On the 50 degree nights it added warmth. Love the pGreat feel, such little weight and stuffs right into the stuff sack with the quilt. Love the different color triangle at the foot box to make it easier to see getting into it. Will always be in my pack.

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  8. Question

    michael murphy

    Do you think this would be more, or less, warm than a silk liner?

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      DutchWare Gear

      They are not meant to be warm, they are just what the description says, a liner.

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  9. Question

    allie.m.leonard

    You mentioned this adds a little warmth… how many degrees of warmth would you (roughly) say?

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    • 2 out of 2 people found this helpful
      Carolyn

      Carolyn

      No more than 10 and probably less.

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  10. Rose Brown

    5 out of 5 Best Liner to Keep Warm

    Rose Brown (verified owner)

    I recently used this liner when I camped out on my friends farm. The temp was to get down to the high 30’s . At first I did not used it when I wen to bed. I woke up a bit chilled and I had the liner and put it inside my top quilt. I was nice and toasty. What I like about it I can pull it over my head. So I had a good sleep until morning. This liner (2.36Oz) is lighter that my silk liner (4.6 oz). I would highly recommend this liner.

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  11. mfrye1306

    5 out of 5 Great product though I may use it differently than intended.

    mfrye1306

    I love this liner but don’t use it as one really nor did I ever intend. From later spring sprring till fall I typically carry extremely light setups (Sul or lighter I’d say 95% of my hikes) and as such don’t tend to always use gear as intended. With the quilt liner I actually use it as an bivy when needed, and since I’m using an eight ounce quilt it also gives me a little more warmth as I approach the bags comfort rating of °50 f. The shelter I use for most of my trips is an Hexamid with no doors which works fine the majority of the time but in those rare occasions I misjudge my site location or cannot setup as I want too the liner does a fine job as a minimalist bivy bag keeping the splash off of my down sleeping bag.

    The liner is shaped like a quilt so unlike most actual bivy bags I have to use a ground sheet but I find the two lighter in weight when desired anyways. The lightest dedicated bivy I can find at the moment for sale I believe comes in over four ounces but with the liner and a cheap polycryo ground sheet cut to fit I can easily keep the setup to sub four. Not a huge difference but it’ll make a difference to gram counters.

    Lastly I found using the liner as such is far more comfortable and has less condensation issues than stand alone splash bivys and even some bug bivys. It’s not a replacement in all situations but I find for me it works better in most. Ive tried and failed using splash bivys on the east coast, this actually works for me though and allows me to carry a versatile and crazy light shelter.

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