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JagBag Silk Sleeping Bag Liners  -  Essential Travel Equipment


Blue_Jag_Bag_Liner.jpgIf you already use a JagBag silk sleeping bag liner you'll know just how versatile they are and how they just add so much to any travel experience.

But if you don't use a liner or have never heard of them or think they're only for campers and backpackers then consider just how versatile a JagBag silk sleeping bag liner can be -  
  • use in warm climates instead of sleeping bag or sheets
  • use in warm climates to keep cool and dry - silk wicks moisture away from your body helping to keep you cool
  • a silk liner will help protect you from biting insects
  • in cold climates, use inside a sleeping bag to increase the warmth AND protect the inside of your bag
  • in budget hotels or hostels, use a JagBag liner in the bed to protect you from dodgy sheets
  • silk feels very luxurious on your skin and so it can help you relax into a good night's sleep  

JagBag silk sleeping bag liners are 100% pure silk.  They are hand made by fairly paid, skilled, self employed machinists in New Zealand.  There are no appalling working conditions or slave labour wages.

  We own JagBags and are proud to say they are ethically produced

Another unique feature of Jag Bags is that they are hand dyed - although plain, undyed white is also available. 

Dyes are either a single, solid colour or a combination of colours which give a smokey, swirling, tie dye affect.

Liners are dyed in small batches to ensure maximum colour saturation. Small batches also means that each dye produces slightly different results so you can be sure that your Jag Bag is unique - no-one else will have exactly the same shade or pattern as you.


Top Row: Blue, Cerise, Midnight, Peacock
Bottom Row:   Sunburst, Turquoise, Violet, White
Here's a small video which shows our JagBag Deluxe

As well as Jag Bag silk sleeping bag liners, we also supply a range of useful travel accessories.  Not big things, but the stuff that can make travel a little bit easier.  Here's a small list.......





15th OCTOBER 2019


We've now idea how the proposed Brexit exit on 31st October might affect our customers based in the EU - or anywhere else in the world for that matter.

If you are planning on buying a JagBag best be on the safe side and order it well before the 31st.



A recent customer commented that her JagBag  " Made me dream of using it in exotic destinations..."

Isn't that better than your standard star rating?



Here's some nice feedback from one of our Hawaiian customers


August 14th  2017

A visitor called Krystyna left a question for us today asking about Jag Bag sizes.  Unfortunately Krystyna, you didn't leave a contact email address so I hope this is what you're looking for  -  

Deluxe Extra Long Extra Wide Jag Bag  -  length is 103ins x 45ins  (260cms x 115cms).  The weight is 200g (7oz).

If you need any more information, please use our Contact form and we'll be happy to help.


January 2017

We had a nice comment posted on our Facebook page from a Canadian customer yesterday.

"I ordered a Deluxe single Jag Bag as a pre-Camino birthday gift for my mate, who is very broad-shouldered and a continual sleep tosser. He loves it! Thank you, Terrevista Trails, especially Paul in Scotland, who provided the most stellar customer service possible. You have two Canadian fans for life. Happy New Year!"


Here's a nice email from a customer commenting on her purchase.  We don't blow our own trumpet too much so it's a bonus to receive something like this:

"Many thanks for the first rate service. I received the deluxe Jag Bag by express delivery yesterday.

I purchased this bag for my son who is trekking to Base Camp, Nepal. I have had my own Jag Bag for several years now and wouldn't be without it when travelling."

Two generations of Jag Bag users laughAnd here's a suitable pic!.


Going to South East Asia for the first time and wondering what to pack? Wonder no longer - checkout this blog post from Quarter Life Excursion,

You might notice he recommends taking a certain brand of silk sleeping bag liner........