Reviewed by Trekman from SLC, UT on Tuesday, August 31, 2010
I took this on a three day trip to the Wind Rivers. It was very comfortable and I slept well. The only drawback is it is fragile. Tree branches etc. poke holes in the foam but did not affect performance.
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Reviewed by Darin - a scouting father. from Iowa on Sunday, November 3, 2013
I bought this after camping with my son's cub scout pack and discovering that my knees do not like sleeping on a cot. This pad is too large to hike with, but for simple car camping, this works very well. For the price, I couldn't pass it up. I think after discounts and shipping it was around $30. I will get a nice Thermarest when he starts boy scouts and we are hiking / canoeing to distant campsites.