Best Pad for Money

Reviewed by Kingfisher from Virginia on Wednesday, April 26, 2017
I have now slept on this pad for +35 nights and find it more comfortable and durable than the Neo Air by Thermarest. In addition, it took me a while to master the technique to inflating, but it's now a "breeze". Very easy to deflate and the stuff sack has ample room to pack. The material is very lightweight, and I work very hard to keep the pad puncture free--only using inside a tent and/or with durable ground cloth. I highly recommend for comfort, weight and compactness.
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