Hotels Caught Not Changing Bedsheets Between Guests
Premium design and highest attention to detail means stronger construction and lasting durability
Natural silk is ideal for sensitive skin and offers protection against dust mites, allergens, harsh detergents and unclean bedding
Natural fiber absorbs and releases body heat for a more comfortable sleep
About the weight of an iPhone, less than 6 oz (170 g), will fit easily in any suitcase or backpack
Easy to wash and air dries quickly (usually in about an hour)
Say NO to bedbugs and nasty disease-carrying mosquitoes, Brave Era's silk travel sheet is your sanctuary in any situation
Let's be serious, these creepers have been found in some of the world's finest hotels. Travel prepared by bringing your own protection. We recommend treating your travel sheet with a product like Sawyer Premium Permethrin Clothing Insect Repellent before traveling to make sure bed bugs don't stand a chance.
When traveling to a location where mosquitoes are a concern, we recommend treating your travel sheet with a product like Sawyer Premium Permethrin Clothing Insect Repellent. It not only repels insects but kills ticks, mosquitoes, chiggers, mites, and more than 55 other kinds of insects on contact. This formula has proven effective against the Yellow Fever Mosquito, which can transmit the Zika Virus. Sawyer's repellent contains permethrin, a synthetic molecule similar to pyrethrum which is taken from the beautiful Chrysanthemum flower. Permethrin is non-toxic and registered for use by the U.S. EPA.
We designed our travel sheet to have a roomy fit for fit sleepers up to 6'6" (220cm) in height.
Brave Era uses the highest quality silk and detailed reenforced stitching so you can machine wash your sheet between uses. We recommend air-drying for best results.
We designed our travel sheet to be as compact and lightweight as possible. At just 6 oz (170 g), it fits easily in any suitcase or backpack.
Travelers of all kinds love their Brave Era travel sheets: campers, glampers, weekend warriors, extreme adventurers, road trippers, burners, cabin crew, cruisers, hostelers, stargazers, backpackers, music festival-goers, gap-year takers, and luxury seekers.
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