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ALPS Mountaineering Lightweight Series Self-Inflating Air Pad
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- Ripstop Fabric Is Lightweight And Abrasion Resistant, Minimizing Carry Weight Without Sacrificing Long-Term Durability
- Exclusive Jet Stream Open-Cell Foam Offers Quick Self-Inflating And Deflation, While Providing Support and Insulation
- Strong High Quality Brass Valve Will Withstand Years Of Use, Making It Superior To Others In This Category
- Carry Bag, Compression Straps, and Repair Kit Included, So The Pad Stays Compact and Ready For Any Adventure
- Lifetime Warranty, Buy With Confidence From A Small Business With Deep Roots In The Outdoor Industry
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From the manufacturer
The top is composed of strong diamond ripstop fabric and the bottom is a durable polyester taffeta fabric.
High quality brass valves are non-corrosive and more durable than plastic valves.
In the event a repair would be needed, a repair kit is included.
ALPS Brands: Exceed Your Expectations
Beginning in 1993 with the establishment of ALPS Mountaineering, ALPS Brands is a continuously growing and expanding group of brands dedicated to developing and manufacturing high quality, performance-driven outdoor products. Currently making up the ALPS Brands family of companies are ALPS Mountaineering, ALPS OutdoorZ, Delta Waterfowl Gear, Browning Camping and Cedar Ridge.
Limited Lifetime Warranty
ALPS takes pride in the quality of our products and warrants that the materials and workmanship will be free of any defects. Our factories follow a strict set of specifications and quality standards, however, if a problem develops, please contact us.
Quality Products, Affordable Prices
Until our customers can actually hold one of our products in their hands and carefully look it over, it's difficult to convey our quality and construction. We believe a comfortable pack or chair, a weatherproof tent, and a warm sleeping bag or air pad do not need to be expensive. Value can be defined as getting what you pay for. We define value as getting more than you pay for.
|Item Dimensions||2 x 77 x 25 inches|
|Item Weight||2.35 pounds|
|Model Name||Alps Mountaineering - Lightweight Series Air Pad - Long|
|Shipping Weight||3.97 pounds|
|Sport Type||Camping & Hiking|
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I purchased the XL version, which I will review under that product.
Overall, very happy customer. For the inexpensive price compared to the higher end pads, I felt we could try out backpacking without breaking the bank, and if we didn't enjoy ourselves we could walk away without too much damage.
cost is low, it is quick and easy to deploy, and it works as advertised. The quality is above average. You are getting a decent value for $40. I felt this is better for car camping, or a short 1 day overnight hike. I wouldn't take on a multi-day hike again due to it's weight / storage size.
it rolls up for storage... and had to clip it to the outside of my backpack once we started down the trail again. every few miles I'd have to adjust it so that it didn't hang to the left/right. I realized I would rather have a NeoAir that can deflate into a much smaller 9x4 pouch that will fit into my backpack. less fuss and nothing to get caught on tree branches, while walking down the trail.
I'm keeping the ALPS for car camping weekends. However, for my multi-day backpacking, I've moved on to the NeoAir X-therm which is thicker, higher R value, and only weighs 15oz.... NeoAir also costs 5x as much.
I am 6ft, in good shape at about 180 lbs. The normal size is plenty long, I imagine it would accommodate someone up to a few inches over 6ft.
The width is a slightly different story. If sleeping on my back the bad is narrow, my shoulders basically run to the outside of the pad and elbows and arms will be on the ground.
Overall the pad is surprisingly comfortable for how thin it is, during my testing I did not end up sinking through the cushion onto the ground, which has always been an issue for me even with thicker pads.
Not deducting any stars for how narrow the pad is. They offer many sizes and the main point here is how light the pad is and ease of carry while backpacking.
The thing that makes it so good is also frustrating for a novice like myself----rolling it up. Toss it out and it inflates--but how do you deflate it? luckily I was car camping this trip so I folded it over and tucked in my PT. When I got home I tackled the job on the living room floor.
Those with experience are chuckling right now but for the rest of you, all I can tell you is slow and patient and it rolls. Just don't let go of it! Lol