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This pad inflates and deflates quickly with the jet stream foam and rolls up compactly to fit into the stuff sack.

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Comfortable

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Lightweight

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Thick

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Forms air bubble

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Weak material

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When you're away from home and want to add extra comfort to your cot or sleeping bag, try this ALPS Mountaineering self-inflating air pad. Par of the lightweight series, this pad inflates and deflates quickly with the jet stream foam and rolls up compactly to fit into the stuff sack. The top fabric is tough, lightweight ripstop and the bottom is made of durable polyester taffeta. Another benefit of adding an air pad is that it will help keep you warmer, which is essential to a well-rested night at the campsite. A stuff sack, compression straps, and repair kit are included with every pad.

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Features

  • Jet stream polyurethane open-cell foam
  • Faster inflating and deflating
  • Diamond ripstop top fabric
  • Strong and lightweight
  • Polyester taffeta bottom fabric
  • Durable and abrasion resistant
  • Non-corrosive nylon valves
  • Long-term durability
  • Additional XL Features: Thicker pillow area, extra comfort, 2 valves and faster inflating
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is the r-value on this pad?

    1.5" thickness = R-Value 4
    2" thickness = R-Value 5
    3" thickness = R-Value 6.9
    ALPS Mountianeering Lightweight Sleep Pad has a R-Value of 4.

  • How would you describe "self-inflating"?

    This whole category of "self-inflating" pads is based on a type of foam interior which is compressed when the pad is rolled up, but expands to it's natural shape and size once you open the air valve. This expansion can take several minutes... you just unroll the pad, open the valve and leave it alone. A new pad or one that has been rolled up a long time may need multiple times to get to full size... open the valve, close after a few minutes, lay on the pad for a few minutes, then open the valve again.

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