from Grafton, WI United States
Try using some silicone seam sealer, applied in whatever creative pattern you came come up, inside and outside the vapor barrier to prevent slippage in your bag. Same thing works great on sleeping pads and tent floors that are slippery.
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A love-hate relationship
May 28, 2013
from Lexington, Kentucky
I'm cheating here, because I don't have a MUSA Liner. I have the one you used to sell -- the orange one from Georgia. But I don't suppose the two differ much in performance.
I can't decide whether I love or hate my vapor barrier liner. It does exactly what it's meant to do, and on a colder-than-expected night that counts for a lot. But it's slippery, and that can be annoying. When using it I have to take extra care to pick a level campsite, or else I'll be fighting gravity all night. And sometimes I like to lie on my back with my knees bent, but that doesn't work with the liner because my feet keep sliding down.
I take my liner on every trip, and I use it when I need the extra warmth. But when the weather is mild enough, I'm glad to sleep without it.