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ALPS Mountaineering Regular Comfort Air Pad
Make sleeping in the wild an even better experience with this comfortable Air Pad from ALPS Mountaineering. This inflatable pad cushions your sleeping bag or folding cot for a better, more restful night's sleep when camping or sleeping on the floor.
ITEM#: 11997832This self-inflating air pad adds extra comfort to your cot or sleeping bag. Full-length padding helps you stay warmer for better night's sleep.
- This air pad is durable and abrasion-resistant
- Non-corrosive brass valves
- Top fabric is brushed suede-like material
- Anti-slip PVC dots on bottom to keep you from sliding around
- Jet Stream wave foam
- Includes stuff sack, compression straps and repair kit
- Available in moss green/black color option
- Measures 20 inches wide x 72 inches long x 1.5 inches deep
- Model number 7150003
|Dimensions||20? x 72? x 1.5?|
|Materials||Jet Stream Wave Foam|
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I didn't purchase this for myself. I think my son-in-law was pleased. I was pleased with prompt delivery!Read More
I am very pleased with this pad. I sleep outside, in my yard, two or more nights each month. I've found this pad works well as a barrier to dampness and as comfortable padding. Since I use it every few weeks I keep it inflated underneath the guest room bed. Even with bending it to go in and out the door plus to get in and out of a very narrow backpack tent it has not lost any air. It has been four months since I last added any air. It fits well in my tent and is the same width as the narrow leg area. It is a foot shorter than my tent length but that is not a problem for me as I am shorter than the pad. The first time I used the pad it deflated quite a bit. The next time I filled and closed the valve, rolled the pad from the valve end downwards as far as I could, just a few turns, flattened it out and reopened the valve to fill again. I have had no problems with deflating since. The reason for 4 stars is I want to be sure the pad does perform well over time before giving it 5. It seems to be well on its way to doing that..Read More
This is a good backpacking pad. Light weight and durable at a fair price.Read More
We found these as good as the ones we bought years ago at the camp store for much higher price.Read More
I purchased this airpad seeing I use mainly ALPS Mountaineering brand gear. I hate to say this but this airpad does not hold air. At first it is ok but after using the same for a while I notice I wake up to a flat pad. Not good.Read More
While not an experienced back-packer, this camping pad is absolutely wonderful for overnight stays. We used a pair of these on a cold, hard floor and didn't feel a thing - stayed comfy and warm all evening! The pad rolls up tightly for storage and inflates quickly and easily as soon as it's needed. I bought one for me and one for my boyfriend and we will never have to go back to those ridiculous air mattresses ever again - Hallelujah!Read More
Just as good as Thermolite, the "fuzzy" side does help from sleeping bags from moving around. Don't know that is any better or any worse than comparable Thermolite, but its price certainly makes it better.Read More
A great product. This protected the sleeping bag from the cold ground. Easily inflated and also rolled back up small enough to store in the bag it arrived in.Simple and effective.Read More
Camped outside Valley Forge, PA in November, got down to 33 F and the pad kept me warm and comfortable. Quick and easy to inflate and deflate. A must have for sleeping out.Read More
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