ALPS Mountaineering Ultralight Series Sleeping Pad - Self-Inflating

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About ALPS Mountaineering Ultralight Series Sleeping Pad - Self-Inflating

Closeouts. Add some cushioned luxury to your camping or backcountry experience with ALPS Mountaineering Ultralight Series sleeping pad, featuring a self-inflating design that saves on weight but doubles up on comfort.

About the ALPS Mountaineering Brand

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Specs about ALPS Mountaineering Ultralight Series Sleeping Pad - Self-Inflating

  • Sleeping pad style: Self Inflating
  • Shape: Semi-rectangular
  • Insulation: Air
  • Repair kit: Yes
  • Stuff sack: Yes
  • Dimensions (LxWxH): 72x20x1-1/2"
  • Packed size: 20x5"
  • Material: Polyurethane
  • Made in China

About the ALPS Mountaineering Brand

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3.961538 5 Overall Rating: 4 Based on 52 reviews

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Verified Buyer Reviewed by Bluff Mountain Mark from Tennessee on Tuesday, November 18, 2014
I used this pad 2 nights on a section of the AT. It performed very well and is reasonbly light at 1lb 8oz. I gave it several extra puffs of air as I am a side sleeper and was a comfortable 185 lb. man in his late fifties. The temperature one night was in the teens and I felt insulated from the gro... Read More
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Dave Collins from KY on Wednesday, August 24, 2016
    I haven't used it camping yet, but it appears to be a great pad.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by PhotoHiker from Oregon on Monday, August 22, 2016
    Great sleeping pad
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by DWH from Pennsylvania on Tuesday, August 16, 2016
    Fabric seems fragile, valve appears to be brass and should be durable
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Newbie Backpacker from Athens on Wednesday, August 10, 2016
    First sleeping pad I've owned, so I don't have anything to compare it to. I was looking for a light but durable pad. This was the best price I found online and in stores. I bought two (pretty much for the price of one, in stores), one for myself, 5'3'', 130lbs, and one for my fiancé 6'1", 170lbs. We both slept comfortably. It's well-made and the quality is good. The self-inflating part took longer than I expected, and we both blew some extra air into it to inflate it all the way. Pack up was easy- On my knees I used my weight to keep the air out as I rolled it up. It came with two bands to keep it rolled up, and a carrying bag. Bottom line: Would recommend to a friend.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Kayla from Wisconsin on Wednesday, July 6, 2016
    I first used this pad on a trip I took to Alaska. I'll start by saying that it made a world of difference. Alaska is very rocky. Everywhere we set up camp was lumpy and hard, if not a literal rock bed. I am grateful to have had it.
    The comfort comes with some extra work, however. This is not the pad for anyone in a hurry. It does self inflate, but if you want a really good barrier like I did, you will need to help it out by blowing it up a bit yourself. Not a big deal! Deflating is a pain though. Because it self inflates, opening the valve doesn't release much air.
    I developed a deflation method: Open the valve while you are still laying on the pad. Start rolling the pad tightly from foot to head. As you roll, kneel on the rolled section to get extra air out, keep new air form coming in, and to prevent accidental unrolling. Once the whole pad is rolled, stay kneeling on the roll and fix the elastic straps on each end. Done!
    If you don't kneel on the pad as you roll it, it holds enough air that it won't fit back into it's sleeve. Once it's compressed, it's pretty compact though!
    My boyfriend has an eggshell style foam pad that folds like an accordion. It took him two seconds to pack his pad, whereas it took me a few minutes. But I'm pretty sure mine compressed smaller than his if I put the time in!

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