The weight-to-thickness ratio (3.5lb-2inch) makes this sleeping pad suitable for car and family camping.
2-inch (5.08 cm) thick high rebound foam provides superior back support and insulates against the cold ground. Its estimated R-value is 5.7 that allows you to feel more comfortable rather than using a sleeping bag solely.
You may connect multiple air pads horizontally and vertically (stack up). You can connect self-inflating sleeping pads horizontally to provide more comfort for a family, couples, and group camping stay.
Our highly experienced engineers refined the design for maximum comfort while keeping it simple and functional. It took us a lot of effort and time to craft and compare various sleeping pads to determine suitable thickness, size, weight, and features through a lot of iterations.
The sleeping pad includes high rebound foam and tough 190T polyester fabric, which provides long-term durability and stability. This sleeping pad includes 3 compression bands and 1 storage sack.
What is the purpose of a sleeping pad?
The sleeping pad is a simple but ingenious design, offering a cushion between yourself and the hard or cold ground. A self-inflating sleeping pad is an upgraded version engineered for the outdoors to provide padding and insulation. Read here to learn more on this.
How do you store a sleeping pad?
Proper care for your sleeping pad will increase its life span. Make sure to clean your sleeping pad appropriately and never store it in a compressed state. Check out the 3 easy steps here.
Do I really need a sleeping pad for camping?
A good sleeping pad will ensure a good night’s sleep and cushioning while camping. You will need a well-insulated pad if you’re camping in colder weather. Find out more in this article.
How do I choose a sleeping pad?
First, you need to know the types of sleeping pads and which type you need. Next, you need to consider the kind of camping you intend to use it for. Get more info here.
What is R-value on sleeping pads?
The R-values state how well a sleeping pad resists heat loss. It is measured on a scale of 1.0 to 7.0. The higher the R-value, the more insulation it provides. Check this guide for more details.
How long should it take for my pad to self-inflate?
It will take 5 to 30 minutes for your self-inflating sleeping pad to self-inflate. Add as much air as you want by inflating the pad on the valve with your mouth. Find out the complete process in this article.
How do you keep a sleeping bag on pad?
Most sleeping pads are made of materials that are resistant to slipping. Be sure to buy one that has non-slip properties. Discover more on this article.