Big Agnes Insulated Q-Core Pad

Priced: $119.94 - $199.95 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 82 reviews.
Big Agnes Insulated Q-Core Pad -
Big Agnes sleeping pads are the most comfortable pads on the planet.
Light and compact three season pads at 4" / 9 cm thick for extra comfort.
Estimated R-Value of 5.
X-Static synthetic insulation with the natural performance of silver filament to enhance thermodynamic, anti-microbial and anti-odor properties.
Alternating I-Beam construction creates a smoother, more comfortable feel.
Durable, light-weight nylon rip-stop top and bottom.
Internal polyurethane coating.
Add a closed cell foam pad in colder temperatures for extra insulation.
Durable inflation valve.
Store your Big Agnes insulated unrolled with the valve open.
Includes stuff sack and repair kit. The repair kit is in a small pocket on the inside end of the stuff sack. It's sort of hidden, so look twice.
Each sleeping pad has been individually inflated and tested.
The Big Agnes Q Core didn't win Backpacker Magazine Editors' Choice for no reason. Find out why for yourself!


  • Made from a rugged ripstop nylon, this 4 in. thick deluxe inflatable pad packs down small, and is light and durable enough for backpacking
  • Durable, light-weight nylon rip-stop top and bottom
  • Integrating vertical and horizontal tubes in the construction, this seam-welded pad provides consistent airflow for stability, support and smooth feel
  • Alternating I-Beam construction creates a smoother, more comfortable feel


  • Larger outsider air chambers keep you cradled in the middle of the pad
  • Light and compact three season pads at 3.5”/9cm thick for extra comfort
  • Add a closed cell foam pad in colder temperatures for extra insulation
  • Most comfortable pads on the planet
  • Each pad individually inflated and tested


  • X-Static synthetic insulation with the natural performance of silver filament to enhance thermodynamic, anti-microbial and anti-odor properties
  • For quick inflation/deflation, Big Anges Insulated Q-Core features an airtight, nonbreakable brass valve with plastic coated mouthpiece
  • X-Static® synthetic insulation provides superior warmth and comfort; X-Static has antimicrobial properties that help keep odors at bay and enhance thermal regulation


  • Size


  • Includes stuff sack and repair kit. The repair kit is in a small pocket on the inside end of the stuff sack. It's sort of hidden, so look twice.


  • 27 oz
  • 29 oz
  • Regular 20" x 72" x 3.5"
  • Warmth rating to 15°F (-9°C); estimated R-Value of 4.1
  • Internal polyurethane coating
  • 25 oz
  • Lightweight and compact design
  • Store unrolled with valve open
  • 36 oz
FEATURES of the Big Agnes Insulated Q-Core Pad.
SPECIFICATIONS of the Big Agnes Insulated Q-Core Pad.

With 3.5 inches of thickness and an estimated R-Value of 4.1, the Big Agnes Insulated Q-Core is a comfortable three season sleeping pad. The X-Static synthetic insulation in this pad enhances its thermodynamic, anti-microbial, and anti-odor properties.
With three and a half inches of loft, the Big Agnes Insulated Q-Core Sleeping Pad is made for three-season comfort.

Size:20` x 72` x 3.5`
Rated to: 15 degrees.
Weight: 27oz.
three season pad, with 3.5` of comfort.
with the natural performance of silver filament to enhance thermodynamic, anti-microbial and anti-odor properties.
•EZ-Flate Valve instructions: Twist black part of valve counter-clockwise to open. Blow into valve to inflate. Hold gray portion of valve in mouth while spinning black portion clockwise to close. Store unrolled with valve open.
It`s sort of hidden, so look twice!


This Big Agnes Insulated Q-Core sleeping pad blends supportive construction and synthetic insulation for an incredibly comfortable sleeping surface on the cold, hard ground.


Rocky Mountain Trail

Insulated Q-Core sleeping pads are the ultimate answer to age old quandary of how to pack comfort into the backcountry.
Utilizing Alternating I-beam Construction, the Q-Core’s quilted look evenly distributes your weight while the larger outer chambers keep you cradled in the center of the pad. X-Static synthetic insulation keeps you warm and its packability allows you to take it with you anywhere.
The most comfortable pads on the planet. Light and compact three season pads at 3.5”/9cm thick for extra comfort. Estimated R-Value of 5. X-Static synthetic insulation with the natural performance of silver filament to enhance thermodynamic, anti-microbial and anti-odor properties. Alternating I-Beam construction creates a smoother, more comfortable feel. Durable, light-weight nylon rip-stop top and bottom. Internal polyurethane coating. Add a closed cell foam pad in colder temperatures for extra insulation. Durable inflation valve. Store unrolled with valve open. Includes stuff sack and repair kit. The repair kit is in a small pocket on the inside end of the stuff sack. It's sort of hidden, so look twice. Each pad individually inflated and tested.
SIZE: 20" x 72" x 3.5"

Backcountry Edge

Utilizing a unique "quilted" design, the lightweight and compact Big Agnes Insulated Q-Core inflatable sleeping pad combines warmth (R-value of 5.0) and comfort for year-round backpacking. An internal layer of X-Static synthetic insulation bolsters the rectangular Insulated Q-Core's thermal efficiency.
With absolute comfort every time you roll it out, the Insulated Q-Core - Regular by Big Agnes® is the light and compact three-season pad for all your amazing outdoor jaunts.
offers the natural performance of silver filament to enhance thermodynamic, antimicrobial and anti-odor properties.
Lightweight, durable nylon ripstop top and bottom.
Non-breakable brass valve with plastic-coated EZ-Flate™ mouthpiece.
Please make sure to look thoroughly.

Insulated Q-Core sleeping pads are the ultimate answer to age old quandary of how to pack comfort into the backcountry. Utilizing Alternating I-beam Construction, the Q-Core’s quilted design evenly distributes your weight while the larger outer chambers keep you cradled in the center of the pad. A cushy 3.5" thickness filled with X-Static synthetic insulation provides plenty of protection from cold ground, and yet the Q-Core is packable enough to come along on any backpacking trip.


Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS)
Thick and comfortable, the Big Agnes Q-Core is the insulated air mattress you have been waiting for.

Country of Origin: Imported

Mountain Gear
Sleeping in the woods has never felt so comfortable.
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Bag Shape:Rectangular
Dimensions:Petite: 20" x 66" x 3.5" Regular: 20" x 72" x 3.5" Long: 20" x 78" x 3.5" Wide: 25" x 78" x 3.5"
Dimensions - metric:Synthetic
Fill Material:Foam/Air
Insulation:Featuring X-Static all natural
Item Weight:Petite: 1 lb 9 oz Regular: 1 lb 11 oz Long: 1 lb 13 oz Wide: 2 lbs 4 oz
Length:72 in.
Other:Stuff Sack and Repair Kit Included
Packed Size:Petite: 5" x 10" Regular: 5" x 10" Long: 5.5" x 10" Wide: 6" x 11"
Pad Type:Air Pads
Pad length (in.):Rectangular
Pad thickness (in.):Rectangular
Pad width (in.):Rectangular
R-value:5 estimated
Recommended Use:3-Season Backpacking or Camping
Repair kit included:Air pad
Rolled size:5 x 9 (in) / 13 x 23 (cm)
Shell Material:Nylon
Sleeping Pad Type:Manual Inflating
Sleeping pad shape:Backpacking
Storage Sack:No
Stuff Sack:Yes
Stuff sack included:Air pad
Stuff sack style:Tube
Temp range:15 degrees F / -9 degrees C
Temperature Rating:15° F / -9° C
Thickness:3.5 in / 9 cm
Type:Infaltable Sleeping Pad
Valve:Durable inflation valve
Valve type:Plastic
Weight:1 lb 11 oz / 595 g (Regular)
Weight - metric:Synthetic
Width:20 in.
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Big Agnes Insulated Q-Core Pad Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Best Inflatable Pad Available

I used this pad on an early April hiking trip in Northern Michigan. Not only was it the most comfortable back country sleeping experience I've ever had, it helped keep me warm on a low 30 degree weekend.

This is my first experience with an inflatable pad but I tested a few of them in the store. I couldn't justify upgrading to a 2.5 inch air pad that was only slightly more comfortable than my 2 inch Thermarest Trail Comfort Large until I found this pad.

Compared to my Thermarest 2-inch self inflating, the Q-Core is about 50% more comfortable, especially when laying on your side. And while the Q-Core is thicker, it is also lighter and packs smaller than the self inflating pad. So increased comfort plus lighter weight equals no brainer.

Compared to the other inflatable pads I tested, the Q-core was thicker than most. The "quilted" surface of alternating horizontal and vertical baffling is absolutely genius. It supports your back while keeping warm air against your body. The Q-Core uses a poly fiber insulator making it quieter than the Thermarest air pads, however, this is what makes it heavier. If a loud crackly noise every time you move bothers you, this is the better pad.

On the downside, compared to the other inflatable air pads, this pad is heavier than most of them. If you are going for ultralight, you're going to have to trade off some comfort for a lighter pad that may also pack down smaller.

Compared to self inflating pads, the Q-Core is a pain to inflate and deflate. It took me about 25 big breaths to fully inflate the large/long pad. Do yourself a favor and try to find the Big Agnes Pumphouse pump or other compatible pump to inflate it. Using a pump instead of your breath will also prevent extra moisture building up in the pad. Deflating is less of a pain, but certainly takes twice the time and effort to get all the air out in order to pack it up tightly.

I found that I did slip a bit on the pad during the night, a little more so than on my Thermarest. The Q-Core is made of a lighter and more slippery material. The slipping was minimal and it didn't bother me much.

I feel like this pad is as durable as any other of the inflatables. The material is thinner than what you would find on a self inflating pad, but this is trade off is what makes it so much lighter. Overall, I am not worried about puncturing it under normal conditions and while being generally careful.

The Q-Core appears to be on the higher end of the price scale for a sleeping pad. For me, it was completely worth the cost for such a comfortable pad. It truly added to the enjoyment of a long hiking weekend in the back country when I slept so much better than normal.
adamking1 at REI on 04/04/2012

The most comfortable sleeping pad ever!

For the longest time I used thin torso-length pads to save space and weight, but when I came across this pad I was blown away by how comfortable it was. It's true that it's a little bit bigger and heavier than most pads, but the amount of extra comfort that you get makes it more than worth it.

Here's the breakdown:

- Comfort
This pad can't be beat for comfort. It's super thick (3.5 inches!), and the alternating I beams give a nice even support. Additionally the sides of the pad are slightly thicker which helps keep you from sliding off the pad. Generally I'll inflate the pad fully, and then slowly let air out while laying down until it's just the right amount of air.

- Size
It is a bit larger than most pads, but it's not nearly as big as I'd expect a pad this comfortable to be. It's only slightly larger than most comparable therm-a-rests.

- Weight
It is a tad heavy as well. If you are looking for an ultra-light pad, this ain't it. Again I think a little extra weight is worth it for a lot of extra comfort.

- Noise
The noise is about average with this pad. It's not as quiet as a standard therm-a-rest, but it is waaaay quieter than the neo-air pads. The Q-Core is quiet enough that I don't have to worry about waking up my tent-mates every time I roll over.

- Setup
To fully inflate the pad it takes me around 3-4 minutes. This is considerably longer than other pads. Personally it doesn't bother me too much, but if you want something that will setup quickly, maybe look at a thinner pad.

- Durability
The material feels very solid. It's not as durable as the standard therm-a-rest pads, but I am not too worried about punctures. It feels much more durable than the neo-air pads. The Q-Core also comes with a patch kit which I haven't needed to use.

- Warmth
I can't comment on how warm the pad is since I haven't used it in very cold temperatures yet.

Overall this pad is fantastic, I've never slept so well in the back-country.
scottw86 at REI on 10/10/2012

Worth the weight

I'm 65 and love to travel, hike and backpack. Last year I did a 30 mile backpack in the Wind River Range of Wyoming. I slept on a narrow, long, thin self inflating sleeping pad, that I have used for a few years. It is adequate but my hips and shoulders always seem to find the ground.

So, I bought the Big Agnes Q-Core insulated air mattress, and couldn't be happier with it. I have moved to smaller and lighter backpacking gear in most all categories. But for sleeping comfort I decided a few extra ounces wasn't too great a price to pay for a really good, comfortable night's sleep.

I chose not to buy any kind of air pump. It takes me about 30 good breaths to fill the mattress and I look at the task as just part of the "setting up camp" routine, which I enjoy.

I bought my wife a Big Agnes Q-Core from REI as well. She LOVES it. We just returned from Northern Arizona, where we backpacked into Keet Seel (7.5 miles in). We slept in our REI Quarterdome T2 plus and left the rain fly, stakes, and footprint in the car to save on weight. We went with internal frame backpacks (REI Flash 65 & 50) and went really light. The Big Agnes Q-Cores were are only real choice of comfort over weight, and we were happy with our decision.

These air mattresses pack small and the stuff sacks that come with them are strong and sized right. We both slept well on our Big Agnes Q-Core's and are sold on their comfort. Nice that they thought to include a repair kit in the stuff sack..just in case.

OldManTravels at REI on 06/06/2012

Very comfortable

I really like Big Agnes products because they offer great options for anyone's taste and they make quality items. Their designs always seem to make sense and this pad is something I consider revolutionary in functional design. I love the raised edges and they work great at keeping me from sliding off my pad, something that drove me crazy about my old BA inflatable pad. No more vertical baffles, instead the quilted design works great to keep the air evenly distributed inside the pad when you lay on it, helping to give it even support and prevent you from sliding off the pad. The pad itself may slide on your tent floor, so try your hardest to find a flat camping spot. The thickness is amazing at 3.5 inches and allows me to comfortably side sleep. The insulation is pretty good for being so thin, it definitely makes a difference in staying warm.

The quilted design makes it harder to inflate and more time consuming to deflate but oh well, you get really good at it eventually. It's heavy that's for sure, but I still manage a 20lb pack with it, and it's worth it for the comfort in my opinion. I have had a few tiny punctures but that's from negligence and disregard on my part, plus I'm 250lbs so that's a lot of weight pushing against sharp desert rocks. Luckily there's a nice little repair kit hidden in the bottom of the stuff sack with a good amount of glue and material and it's really easy to patch. It's a little pricey but the design and quality are worth it. The functionality is excellent, and that's a major necessity in my book.
ArizonaAdventurer at REI on 12/12/2013

Finally...a good night's sleep!

As a side sleeper and backpacker, I have tried many of the various brands of sleeping pads in my quest to get a good night's sleep. With other pads that were too thin, I would wake up with sore hips and shoulders, or with some of the lightweight pads, keep others up with the noisiness of the pad, or just roll off the pad during the night. I no longer have these problems with the Q Core! The pad is so thick and plush, that I still am comfortably cradled on my side after letting out a little air to dial in the comfort. Best of all, since the pad has slightly raised bolsters on the sides, I no longer feel like I am going to roll off the pad during the night. Since the surface is more quilted in its pattern, it feels more like a regular mattress. While I have tried to cut my backpacking weight for my core items, I will be taking this pad as my "luxury item" when I am camping from now on. The only cons are that this pad is heavier than some of the lightweight options, so it would not be the thing for an extreme gram counter. Also, since it is 3.5 inches thick, expect to use a fair amount of lung power blowing it up. However, it does pack down to a fairly small size. Lastly, I have not had the chance to test the pad in winter conditions, but I was extremely warm and comfortable in the 40s, and I tend to sleep colder.
NW Hiker Gal at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 06/06/2012

Near Perfect Pad

I was in the market for a sleeping pad that was reasonably lightweight, compact, warm, affordable, and comfortable. As you know, with all products it's impossible to find something that excels in all aspects however the Q-Core insulated was probably the closest to hitting all marks.

What makes the Q-core so comfortable is the horizontal & vertical baffle design. Normal pads have horizontal baffles only which is not nearly as comfortable and is also bouncier which leads to more instability. I compared this pad with the Nemo Astro pad and the Q-core was much more comfortable and surprisingly more compact. Although it was $20 more I think its way worth it.

The only reason I didn't give the pad 5 stars is because of how narrow the pad is. At 20" wide the pad is narrower than my shoulder width which is really annoying. This means that when I'm completely flat on my back on the Q-core my arms are completely off the pad. To be fair however, most similar pads (like the Nemo Astro) are the same width. And although there is a wide model, it is also much longer in length which is too excessive for my height. A Regular-wide size would have been heaven.

HIghly recommended for side sleepers and people who are looking for the right balance between warmth, comfort, and compact size.
Mad Mensch at REI on 06/06/2013

great pad

This is a great pad for anyone looking for a more durable pad and more comfortable nights sleep.You cant go wrong with this pad as it comes in as the thickest pad on the market at a whole 3.5 inch deep. Its like bringing your bed to the woods.When deciding what pad to choose i decided on this pad over the therma-rest because of the ripstop nylon . the biggest problem with slepping pads are that they are made of thin material that can be very easy to puncture and with spending a fair amount of money on one the last thing you want to do is pop one of these pads. Though it weighs a few more ounces then other pads i think the weight is a non issue for the comfort and durablitiy you get with this pad. i love this pad and as a backpacker it fits nice in my pack without taking up much room. i would highly recommend this product for anyone looking into sleeping pads. the only draw back which i dont realy think is much of an issue is that its takes a good amount of air to inflate but the comfort is well worth the extra effort it might take. overall this is the best pad on the market in terms of comfortability and durability and i'm very happy with my choice.
trailhippy at REI on 10/10/2012

Q Core - Fantastic Pad for backpacking

We use a King Soloman 15 double bag and its nice to be able to slip the Q Core into the pocket and it stays nicely in place throughout the night. We have always had issue with pads as the Soloman does not have any insulation on the bottom- other air pads get cold... Standard ThermaRest pads seem to thin but have worked to some level. After a very cold night at Joshua Tree- decided to bite the bullet and pick up two of these (needed for the double bag).

Although buying two puts the price- with tax over 300.00- it is well worth the price! The first time we used it was a cool night in the hills outside Austin- Stayed very warm- very comfortable. Since they are separate pads in a dual bag- I can adjust the firmness with how much we inflate the QCore. Which is quite nice.

The downside was- as with most airpads- there was some noise when I moved around- however it appears to be less than normal.

This pad packs slightly smaller than my REI 1.5 Lite Core pad and is much more comfortable.

Off to Acadia NP for more testing :-)
Iron Snail at REI on 04/04/2012

Slept like a Baby

I have a BA sleeping bag and I am so glad I got the Q-Core sleeping pad to go with it. This pad is easy to roll out and back up. It fits nicely in my pack. YES you do have to use your own lungs to inflate it and I did get a little light head so I took a break. It took me about 5 minutes to inflate and my boyfriend even less time. He loves his too. I like the valve on the mouth piece, you are able to slowly close it off as it gets full and prevents you from letting out all the air you just pumped into it OR conversely, allows you to let out only a small amount to adjust the comfort level which is what my boyfriend did.
This fits great in the sleep pad pocket on my bag and provided great support while sleeping with enough cushion to keep you up and off the ground.
I do agree with some of the other reviews that rolling around on it does create some noise and might stir other people in the tent.
Definitely a great purchase and I am very happy with it.
Kayla S at REI on 09/09/2013

greatest pad EVER!

Let me start off with saying "I have a bad back". A herniated disk that will not let me sleep on most pads. So much that I've switched to a hammock everytime I go backpacking. We are planning a big motorcycling trip to New foundland, Canada and hammocks probably would'nt cut it. So I researched as many pads that I thought might work for my back. Packing for a motorcycle is just like packing your pack, you want everything as light as possible. This pad fit everthing I was looking for. The comfort is amazing, as good as my bed! You don't roll off the side like the NEO air. The quilt pattern cradles you, and it's not as noisy "crinkly" as the NEO air. It took me about 28 breaths to fill it. Considering it's 3.5 inchs thick I don't think that's too bad. So far this pad is outstanding! A little heavier than a non-insulated, thinner pad but not by much. I'm willing to sacrifice a little weight gain for comfort. I purchased two, one for my wife and one for me. She also raves about her new pad....and if she approves it, it has to be good.
bdsaint at REI on 09/09/2012

Negative Reviews:

Compact but Uncomfortable

This is a very small and compact sleeping pad but very uncomfortable to sleep in. I bought this pad based on the stellar reviews that it had but it has proven to be a huge dissapointment. I have now slept on it for a total of 14 nights and I have tried it fully inflated to partially inflated and I just cannot get a good nights sleep on this pad. I purchased the regular width and I find it uncomfortable sleeping with your arms dangling off the sides of the pad since it is very narrow compared to my REI 3.5 camp bed. I also don't like the horizontal and vertical tubes that provide the support since it seems to be very uncomfortable if you spend more than 30 minutes lying down on it. The pad is very warm and easy to inflate too. I don't think it is difficult to inflate at all simply open the valve and blow to your desired firmness since it is a non self inflating pad. It will take a good 30 breaths maybe to fully inflate it but not hard at all. I think for a 3.5 inch bed it is very compact but not comfortable at all whereas my REI 3.5 camp bed is very comfortable but not compact.
tccamper at REI on 08/08/2012

ok pad

I spent 6 weeks camping in Alaska and bought this pad for that reason. A few weeks before I slept on it for 3 days the first night had a slight leak, probably didn't tighten the valve enough. No problems after that. After I got to Alaska it worked great for about 2 weeks. Maybe a puff or two after 5 days or so, no big deal. After that I started getting a slow leak, a puff or two every couple days but that quickly turned to 3 or 4 every day and eventually 5-6 every few hours to keep off the ground. The pad is VERY comfortable and light. packs small and would be perfect other than the leak.
bacabaday at REI on 07/07/2013


so I got this pad for my 14th birthday. i was excited becuase i was looking at it for awhile. it was lightweight and got awesome reviews. but when i took it camping it failed misrebaly. it wouldnt inflate very well, it was slippery not comftorable and it leaked. i checked if their were any holes or if the valve was tight enough and everything was fine. we exchanged and the same thing happened. i just hated it from the get-go
RobertTheBruce at REI on 06/06/2013

Unbelievably Annoying Pad

This pad made me wonder if the monkeys in a television ad decided to make a pad. They'd make it warm and comfortable, but when their hapless test subject moved or turned over it would slip and slide like a squeezed melon seed... [monkeys in lab coats laughing hysterically].
I at REI on 09/09/2012

Seam failed on second night

Ordered two pads, one for me and one for my wife. One failed at the seam - small leak - after two nights on a six night trip, leading to four rather uncomfortable nights.
The one that didn't leak was comfortable.
Bob at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 07/07/2013

Neutral Reviews:

Missing Something

So 24hrs later this thing is going back!

Dont get me wrong, it is warm, it is comfortable, but there are drawbacks. I bet if you're reading this you may also be looking at the synmat. I'm going back for it even though it weighs 3oz more.

The synmat was more comfortable in my tests, I didn't slip off as much and it was MUCH easier to deflate/inflate and pack. Supposedly there is some weird way to pack the q-core. It also seemed that the synmat felt more rugged.

If your debating between the two, go to REI and try them out yourself.
sYnOnYx at REI on 12/12/2012

Like sleeping on a noisy cloud

i recently spent 10 days in the wilderness of isle royale with a good buddy who owns this pad. his every little move at night was heard loud enough to awaken me from my solid nature slumber. like rubber on rubber friction.

he purchased the Q-Core for the obvious reasons that it is comfortable, warm, lightweight and packed AMAZINGLY. i have no doubt he also slept amazingly every night. however, each morning before my first cup of coffee i secretly devised plans to sabotage this pad
Jijjle at REI on 08/08/2013

comfortable pad but noisy

Effort to inflate is okay. Not too hard but wish it were a bit easier. Support provided when lying on it is very adequate. For me it was a little more comfortable when I inflated it fully and then let a little air out.

Downside is that it is noisy. Whenever I or my partner moved it was loud. This noise is significant enough that were debating whether to return it or not.
DaveynDiana at REI on 08/08/2013

Comfortable but noisy

Light pad and compact for the size. Has held up well, but if you aren't knocked out with drugs you will wake up every time you move. In addition, you will wake up anyone camping nearby. This is a VERY noisy pad so beware if you move at all in your sleep.
simcoeom at REI on 07/07/2012