Reviewed by Jason from upstate, NY on Wednesday, August 20, 2014
I got the Big Agnes Oak St. sleeping pad right before a 4 day canoe trip. It was easily inflated, very light and rolled up smaller than a Nalgene water bottle. The next test is to see how long it remains air tight.
Reviewed by Shmave from Colorado on Tuesday, July 15, 2014
Sweet inflatable camp pad. 2 1/2 inches of pure comfort! I love this thing, it's made of high quality material. This pad looks like it was made to last. I feel like I got my money's worth, and a great deal again from STP!
Reviewed by JMo from Denton on Thursday, June 26, 2014
Haven't camped with it yet, but blew it up at home and it is comfortable. Minus two stars for the small width and blowing it up is time consuming. Deflating wasn't as bad as everyone made it out to be. Plus one star for the value of a comfy pad for under 50.
Reviewed by Hikealot from MontTex on Sunday, June 22, 2014
it takes some time to deflate making it hard to put back in the stuff sack. I believe there is a defect in the valve but it's definitely a serviceable sleeping pad. I've taken it out camping for a couple of times and no issue as far leakage and comfort. It does what it's suppose to do. I've been able to put if back in the stuff sack but like I said, it takes some effort to deflate it back. Paid a great discount with STP and it's light and great for ultralight pack/camp.
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