Liners [noun]

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If you don’t think your bag can hack it on its own, slip it inside another bag, or use a sleeping bag liner for a double layer of warmth.

I usually won’t switch to a lightweight or liner glove until temps are well into the 40s and I’m traveling uphill.

That’s why Patagonia wisely included a thin nylon mitten that folds out of the cuff of these liner gloves and covers your fingers.

If being used in extreme cold, we recommend using these as a glove liner.

The Dakota is made from a thick, stretchy woven nylon shell, backed by a heavy bonded fleece liner, so they’re not only extremely durable but also extremely warm.

There’s a couple reasons for this, but knowing how Peter Laviolette likes to run his offense through his blue liners, that would conceivably would give Orlov more offensive chances.

Known for its all-natural, plant based products, the company will be moving all of its menstrual pads and liners from non-GMO cotton to certified organic cotton.

For decades, Georgia Power had dumped ash into ponds without a protective liner.

From the right supply company, you can purchase these foods pre-packed in plastic buckets with Mylar liners or in metal cans.

The plants, pots or liners, and installation hooks need to be purchased separately.