Hyalite Equipment Adventurer Sleeping Pad - Regular, Self-Inflating
About Hyalite Equipment Adventurer Sleeping Pad - Regular, Self-Inflating
Closeouts. Designed with packability as a priority, Hyalite Equipment's Adventurer sleeping pad is a comfortable, self-inflating pad with a wedge-cut mummy shape that keeps you off the ground and minimizes the weight on your pack.
Specs about Hyalite Equipment Adventurer Sleeping Pad - Regular, Self-Inflating
- Sleeping pad style: Self Inflating
- Shape: Semi-rectangular
- R-Value: 3.0-5.0
- Insulation: Closed-cell foam
- Repair kit: Yes
- Stuff sack: Yes
- Weight: 1 lb. 14 oz.
- Dimensions (LxWxH): 72x20x1-1/2"
- Packed size: 13x7-1/2"
- Recommended Use: Backpacking
- Material: 75 denier polyester top and 75 denier ripstop polyester bottom
- Made in China
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by HSL from NJ on Friday, June 13, 2014This is a relatively comfortable pad for a reasonable price. I am still getting used to the wedge cut where the torso area is thicker than the feet area. The torso area feels nice and cushiony but the feet area feels awefully thin. I laid on it for a few minutes and it feels comfortable. My boys have alternately slept on this and a Therma-Rest and they felt comfortable. In comparison to my 1" Therma-Rest, the Hyalite's plastic valve feels more flimsy. So far, no valve issues yet though. I also have the petitie version but recommend anyone over 5'2' get the regular size. If I sleep on my stomach on the petite size and point my feet away from my head, it's just barely long enough for me.
The sleeping pad comes with a stuff sack and a valcro strap to tie down the deflated pad. There is also a small tube of adhesive and some patches to fix any leaks. I tried but it does not seem possible to deflate and fold the sleeping pad to fit the stuff sack provided. I have given up on this and will likely buy a larger stuff sack.
Although it doesn't compare in quality to the Therma-Rest, it's a good value for the price.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by NatureGuy from CA on Saturday, May 17, 2014HUGE, long and wide. Great for comfort camping, not good for packpacking. Bottom material seems a little thin compared to my Thermarest, but sleeps comfortably and warm
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Sharpify from Iowa on Friday, May 16, 2014We loved that it self inflated, but wasn't as comfortable as I would have liked. We are rare hilers, so may not have the tolerability as some others, but to me it actually felt like I was sleeping without any kind of pad.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Hannah from Ga on Thursday, April 17, 2014I got this sleeping pad on sale, but it is worth purchasing even at full price. I was concerned that it might be bulky or not inflate on it's own, but it exceeds expectations. Directions show to roll it up twice to get all of the air out, and I actually rolled it up smaller than how it was sent to me. Very pleased with the compact size and weight, and glad this one comes with a packing bag.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Aristotle from California on Tuesday, April 15, 2014Good Price and looks durable. Have only used it once so far. Self-inflating means that you still have to put a few breaths into it, but once you get it to the desired amount of air it's very comfortable!
Question “The R (insulation) value states 3.0-5.0. How can I be sure I am getting a 5.0 rating from this pad and not 3.0 since there is quite a difference?
I would be purchasing these pads for boys whose families can't afford outdoor gear and I dont want these boys getting cold camped on the snow or cold wet ground.”
Answer Anywhere from 3-5 is actually good for an all season pad. The item itself is a wedge cut and just has less where your body doesn't need it as much.