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Wanted: lite weight comfy sleeping pad


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LLubchenco · · Carbondale, CO · Joined Oct 2013 · Points: 25

Mp, searching for a lite weight air mattress for a winter Grand Canyon trip. Would prefer something in the thermarest, Nemo, or big Agnes styles. Should have an r-value above 4, not be the loudest thing in the woods, hold air ALL NIGHT, and roll up pretty compact. Sub 2lbs for sure. Pm me with offers, can’t afford anything over $70, but will pay for the right one.
Shipping is to Carbondale, Co.
thanks,
Luke

PatMas · · Tulsa, OK · Joined Jan 2017 · Points: 0

Look at Klymit. I have probably 300 nights on two different pads from them, and I have never had any issues. I feel like I stay centered on them way easier as well compared to a neoair.

Noah R · · Burlington, VT · Joined Nov 2018 · Points: 0
PatMas wrote: Look at Klymit. I have probably 300 nights on two different pads from them, and I have never had any issues. I feel like I stay centered on them way easier as well compared to a neoair.

+1 I have the insulated Klymit pad. Great cheap little pad. If you are concerned about being cold I will sometimes bring a thermarest foam pad to supplement it. Those z-lites are so nice to have for hanging at camp anyway. 

I sleep very well on that Klymit though. 
LLubchenco · · Carbondale, CO · Joined Oct 2013 · Points: 25

still looking! Anyone want to get rid of their old pad?

Pine Sap · · Estes Park, CO · Joined Feb 2007 · Points: 7,190
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