Big Agnes Insulated Air Core Mummy Sleeping Pad
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- Light and compact three season pad, with 2.5" of comfort
- PrimaLoftTM eco: synthetic insulation made from 50% recycled materials
- I-beam construction eliminates welded seams, reduces cold spots and ensures quick
- Durable, lightweight 50D nylon diamond rip-stop top and bottom
- Internal polyurethane coating
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|Package Height||4.4 x 4.5 x 9.1 inches|
|Shipping Weight||1 pound|
|Sport Type||Camping & Hiking|
The insulated Big Agnes Air Core sleeping pad for mummy bags is so light you'll never tire of carrying it, and so comfortable you may need an alarm clock. PrimaLoft eco insulation is 50 percent recycled, making this 3-season pad a smart choice for comfort and warmth on backpacking and camping trips. Full-length 2.5 inches thick pad is waterproof and lightweight, and packs down to the size of a nalgene water bottle.
Turn your campsite from Spartan to snug with the insulated Air Core sleeping pad from Big Agnes--a pad that's so light you'll never tire of carrying it, and so comfortable you may need an alarm clock.
The insulated Air Core includes a non-breakable brass valve and an EZ-Flate mouthpiece.
The insulated Air Core is a breeze to inflate thanks to the plastic-coated EZ-Flate mouthpiece, which includes a non-breakable brass valve. To inflate, simply twist the black part of the valve counter-clockwise and blow. You can rest assured that the pad won't leak when you bring it home, as each Air Core is individually inflated and tested. And should you eventually need to patch a leak, you can turn to the repair kit, which is located in a small pocket on the inside of the stuff sack.
The pad, which also includes an internal polyurethane coating, comes in three mummy sizes.
- Small: 20 by 60 by 2.5 inches, weighs 18 ounces
- Medium: 20 by 72 by 2.5 inches, weighs 21 ounces
- Long: 20 by 78 by 2.5 inches, weighs 23 ounces
About Big Agnes
Big Agnes is either a rocky peak in the Mt. Zirkel Wilderness Area outside of Colorado's Steamboat Springs, a laid-back mountain-town mama, or dependable backcountry gear, depending on whom you ask. The Big Agnes founders think it represents a little bit of each and everything in between. The folks at Big Agnes have spent a lot of time in the Colorado backcountry, giving them a deep appreciation of local history, places, peaks, and rivers. From the Cross Mountain, named after a Yampa River canyon known for classic Class IV/V whitewater, to the Encampment, one of the country's most scenic wilderness river runs, to more obvious choices like the Divide Series, the company names its products after some of the most fascinating landmarks in the region. The spring runoff near Steamboat is also pretty spectacular, so Big Agnes included a few favorite creeks to its name directory, including Sarvis, Deep, Mad, and Lost Dog. The fun product names complement a full catalog of well-constructed outdoor products, which include sleeping bags, tents, pads, duffels, and camping accessories.
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Top customer reviews
You HAVE to get an insulated pad if the temperature is going to be below 50 degrees, or the ground starts to suck the heat out of you with convection. This pad has a higher R value than the therm-a-rests, is lighter and way more comfortable at 2.5 inches thick, and less expensive to boot. Even if you don't have a Big Agnes bag, these are great mats.
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