ALPS Mountaineering Lightweight Sleeping Pad - Long

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ALPS Mountaineering Lightweight Sleeping Pad - Long -

Built for general camping and backpacking use, the Alps lightweight, self-inflatable sleeping pad offers lightweight cushioning at a great price!



  • Diamond-ripstop top fabric and polyester taffeta bottom fabric are lightweight yet durable
  • Self-inflating—simply open valves and roll out pad; it can be topped off with a few short breaths if desired; noncorrosive nylon valves seal tight to prevent leaks


  • Jet Stream open-cell polyurethane foam packs light and provides plenty of comfort for a restful night's sleep


  • Stuff sack and repair kit included
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Insulation:Open-cell foam
Packed size:6.5 x 26 inches
Pad length (in.):77 inches
Pad thickness (in.):2 inches
Pad width (in.):25 inches
Repair kit included:Yes
Sleeping pad shape:Rectangular
Sleeping pad type:Self-inflating
Stuff sack included:Yes
Weight:3 lbs. 15 oz.
Weight - metric:1.79 kilograms
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ALPS Mountaineering Lightweight Sleeping Pad - Long Review:


Huge & heavy

If you plan on doing a lot of car camping, this pad just may be the product for you. It's comfy, huge, and heavy. If you're looking to do some backpack camping, then stay away from this pad. It's heavy, and there is no way around that. It's big, and if you plan to tie it to the outside of your pack, you'll want to remember to pin on your "wide load" signs. The pad is pretty comfortable, but only if you don't have to carry it around on your back for 6 to 10 hours a day.
Hikes With Cameras at REI on 10/10/2012