Big Agnes Oak Street Air Sleeping Pad - Regular, Insulated
About Big Agnes Oak Street Air Sleeping Pad - Regular, Insulated
Closeouts. Big Agnes' Oak Street air sleeping pad provides much-needed warmth during cold nights in the backcountry with PrimaLoft® ECO insulation and cold-spot-reducing I-beam construction.
Specs about Big Agnes Oak Street Air Sleeping Pad - Regular, Insulated
- Sleeping pad style: Non-Self Inflating
- Shape: Rectangular
- Repair kit: Yes
- Stuff sack: Yes
- Weight: 1 lb. 7.8 oz.
- Dimensions (LxWxH): 72x20x2.5"
- Packed size: 5x10"
- Recommended Use: Backpacking,Family camping
- Material: Nylon with polyurethane coating, polyester insulation
- Made in China
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Gogo Greta from Oregon on Wednesday, June 10, 2015I love this pad. My boyfriend has the same one and for some reason mine will not stay inflated. I've checked the valve threading and everything seems to be in line.
This is an amazing pad, don't get me wrong but some of the pads do not keep air through out the night.
I would love to get one that didn't malfunction, I was inflating it 3x a night and still waking up on the ground.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Pack Mule from The Ozarks on Thursday, January 15, 2015Absolutely love this Big Agnes sleep pad and the price through STP was unbeatable. I've used it a few times now and I'm impressed with the overall quality and pack friendliness of this product. It does take some time to inflate, especially if all you have is your lungs. However, the extra thickness is definitely worth a few minutes of time, especially if you sleep on your side. This pad is also a little slick and takes a few rolls to deflate. I cannot attest to how well the PrimaLoft ECO insulation is as I haven't had it out on a cold trip yet. Overall, I am very satisfied with my purchase and recommend it highly.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Teton_Trekker from Jackson, WY on Tuesday, January 6, 2015I love my foam ridgerest, but this thing I bought for my wife might change my mind. Super light, very compressible and portable, won't pop from stray pine needles in the tent and best of all, VERY COMFORTABLE. My wife always was more warm and cozy then me in the backcountry and I borrowed one to use with her on a car camping trip. WOW. Better then a lot of hotel beds I've slept on.
Reviewed by aaron_rayburn3 from Kentucky on Monday, December 22, 2014I have now used this pad 4 different backpacking trips and I can not speak highly enough of this pad! It has aided in keeping me warm when the temperatures dropped down into the 20's, gave me sufficient padding from the hard ground, and has even allowed me to role on my side and get a very good nights sleep. For the weight, the R value, and the thickness, you cannot beat this pad!!
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Kayak Man from Tampa Bay on Monday, December 8, 2014The pad is a bit to blow up compared to my old self inflating pad. I have not given it a five day trip test, but from trying it when it first arrived, it seems comfortable and an acceptable deflated size for kayak camping. The price was exceptional and I feel will fit my needs very well
Question & Answer
“Thanks for your time. What is the R value and what temperature is this rated for? I'm looking for a 4 season pad good down to 0'. Thanks again and have a great day!”
R-value equals 1.5
I was not able to find a specific temperature rating.
The R-Value for the insulated Oak Street is rated to be 4.1 and 15F. The following link to BigAgnes.com shows the different R-value ratings for the different type of pads.. i.e, air pad, insulated air, dual core and closed cell foam.
I have used the insulated Oak Street and have found myself to be quite warm, but have not ventured out lower than 25F. I did have the same question you have before purchasing the Oak Street and all the Outdoor Sports shops gave me the same conclusion. To have a cold weather pad you would be seeking a closed cell-foam pad. Much like the Therm-A-Rest Ridge pad. That being said I much prefer the luxury of a 2.5in thick pad for my old bones and its very light weight.
I am not sure of either one we were over ten thousand feet with rain our bags are rated 15 degrees could see breath was comfy on them big agnes may hold answer sorry man