Nosilife Sleep Liner Review

Craghoppers Nosilife Sleep Liner

Nosilife Sleep Liner: Our Verdict

Nosilife Sleep Liner Star Rating

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

Pros

  • Really comfortable
  • Nosilife protection

Cons

  • Bulky
  • Expensive

Technical Details

Main Materials

100% Polyester


Weight

46g


Dimensions

3.5cm x 2cm x 2cm


Max Height

Suitable up to 6ft

Where to buy

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Nosilife Sleep Liner: First Impressions

I brought the Nosilife Sleep Liner a while back when it was on sale, and I have been eager to try it out ever since. It’s no secret that I am a fan of Craghopper clothing, so I figured that if the liner was half as comfortable as their clothes are, I was in for a good nights sleep. 

So I wanted to test this properly, and the opportunity hasn’t been forthcoming until now when I entered the National Three Peaks Challenge. Unfortunately whilst climbing down our first peak, Ben Nevis, I slipped and sustained an injury to my knee, and was told if I was to have any hope of making Snowdon I would have to miss Scafell Pyke. So I decided to make the best of a bad situation, test the liner in the van and try and catch some sleep. I luckily had brought this travel liner along, after picking up a travel pillow at the next service station, I decided to get cosy. 

I was actually really impressed by this liner. It was a lot thicker than my old liner, but I am comparing polyester to silk so that is to be expected. The thickness worked to its benefit I thought as it felt a lot more luxurious and comforting even though I was laying across several seats on the bus listening to the rain patter on the roof.

Size, Shape and Packability

So the Nosilife Sleep Liner is a standard square sheet travel liner, great for those who need a little extra room when sleeping. Packed down it’s a little larger than the one I used previously, which was the Lifeventure EX3 Silk Sleeper. That is largely due to the material, but the shape does add on some extra material too.

Material

This Nosilife Sleep Liner is made from 100% polyester making it synthetic, this makes it really stretchy. Perfect if you have a habit of tossing and turning in your sleep. I prefer this material as I have a habit of fidgeting, so that stretch in the material means I am always comfortable and don’t feel restricted. I find it really comfortable to sleep in as its incredibly soft, and its been a lot more comfortable than the linen of some hotels i’ve stayed in.

Nosilife Material

Craghoppers Nosilife Sleep Liner features an anti-insect treatment that deters biting insects and is guaranteed to last the lifetime of the liner. It also contains moisture control technology, meaning that even in humid conditions the fabric is designed to wick away moisture from your body.

Colour Options

If that’s a concern to you then the Nosilife Sleep Liner comes in two colours, Dark Khaki Green and Lagoon Blue. Both look great but I opted for the Dark Khaki Green. 

Nosilife Sleep Line: Final Thoughts

The Nosilife Sleep Liner may not appeal to ultralightweight travellers. But if your looking to add a little extra comfort this is a great option to carry with you. I would personally recommend it for all situations. It’s great for inside your sleeping bag and wicking away moisture, and perfect for hostels when the sheets aren’t clean. It’s even great if the bedding just isn’t great quality and you want a good night’s sleep.

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