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ALPS Mountaineering Summit Sleeping Pad - Self-Inflating, Long

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About ALPS Mountaineering Summit Sleeping Pad - Self-Inflating, Long

Closeouts. Enjoy many camping seasons with ALPS Mountaineering's long Summit sleeping pad. Self-inflating nylon pad has PVC dot bottom to keep pad from sliding while you sleep.


Specs about ALPS Mountaineering Summit Sleeping Pad - Self-Inflating, Long

  • Sleeping pad style: Self-Inflating
  • Shape: Rectangular
  • Insulation: Open-cell foam
  • Stuff sack: Yes
  • Weight: 4 lb. 4 oz.
  • Dimensions (LxWxH): 77x25x2"
  • Packed size: 26x6-1/2"
  • Recommended Use: Backpacking,Family camping
  • Material: Polyester with PVC dot bottom
  • Made in China


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4.292682 5 Overall Rating: 4.3 Based on 164 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Great product
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Bughalli from California on Sunday, November 9, 2014
I have multiple sleeping pads ranging from expensive Thermarests to much larger ones for car camping. I was looking for a pad that could be used on a cot during longer car camping trips. The size was a bigger factor in choosing a pad since this went on a cot. Plus I didn't want to pay a ton for i... Read More
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  • Should do the trick
    Verified Buyer Reviewed by Old Tireman from Western PA on Monday, February 19, 2018
    I didn't have especially extreme requirements when I ordered this pad. Its primary use will be to provide a little extra cushioning on a folding camp cot I bought to use when sleeping accommodations are in short supply when visiting friends and family. Weight is not a factor. The extra size is a real plus on an XL cot. I'm more than comfortable that it will perform admirably..
  • I guess I got one of the defective ones
    Reviewed by Gary F. from CA on Thursday, August 31, 2017
    I bought 2 of these pads to use in my truck bed. The build quality looked good, but the day after I used them for the very first time, a huge bubble formed in the middle of one of the pad. I could not blow more air into it or the bubble would become bigger.
  • Summit Sleeping Pad
    Verified Buyer Reviewed by Kathy from California on Monday, August 7, 2017
    Works well. Is easy to inflate and easy to roll up and stuff in its sack.
  • Great pad for price
    Verified Buyer Reviewed by Phoenix Mountain from California on Monday, November 7, 2016
    Great quality. Got this as a gift for a friend. Perfect for a tall person.
  • ALPS Mountaineering Summit Sleeping Pad - Self-Inflating, Long
    Verified Buyer Reviewed by Daddy-O from Virginia on Tuesday, October 4, 2016
    Great all round comfortable Sleeping Pad for Car Camping...not Backpacking

Question & Answer

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  • “I purchased a folding cot to use on nights when I need to sleep at work, and it's so hard (the surface, that is). Do you think that this pad would soften it, make it much more comfortable? ”
    Asked by annabanana from Midwest on 12/10/2016 7:48:46 AM
    • I would think that it would add some comfort to your cot.
      Answered on 12/14/2016 11:37:52 AM by Product Specialist from Sierra Trading Post
  • “Can these pads be folded instead of being rolled up to go under a t-bag on a motorcycle? ”
    Asked by janet from wyoming on 6/17/2015 3:17:19 PM
    • First of all, these pads are really awesome. Great quality, great size. and quick expansion compared to other pads we own. We will be buying more of these. To answer your question, I have no idea what a T-bag is. Having said that, I would think yes these can be folded; although, I am not sure what continual folds along the same seems would do to the integrity of the seals. Thusly, I would advise folding it in varying patterns to avoid consistent strain on the same fold-points. So long as you adequately devoid the pad of as much air as you can, I think it would fold pretty close to a tarp-type item. Hope that helps.
      Answered on 6/18/2015 12:04:43 PM by HeidiPacific from San Diego
    • It is recommended to role this, but you can fold them if you choose to, however it may cause damage to the item.
      Answered on 6/30/2015 11:40:15 AM by Product Specialist from Company Headquarters
    • It is recommended to role this, but you can fold them if you choose to, however it may cause damage to the item.
      Answered on 6/30/2015 11:40:19 AM by Product Specialist from Company Headquarters
    • It is recommended to role this, but you can fold them if you choose to, however it may cause damage to the item.
      Answered on 6/30/2015 11:40:22 AM by Product Specialist from Company Headquarters
  • “Do these pads have a way to attached 2 together to fit under a double wide sleeping bag? I know some brands/models have snaps or straps to do this.”
    Asked by n2hcky from NW GA on 8/5/2014 7:54:14 AM
    • no it doesn't have. I can't think of a way to do that with two of these pads. On the bottom side are small rubber "bumps" to prevent sliding (though they don't work all that well), but that wouldn't help you.
      Answered on 8/5/2014 7:56:55 AM by ems from California
    • I do not believe so. There is another version/model that is designed in this way that STP also sells, and I would recommend looking at that one instead.
      Answered on 8/5/2014 8:16:26 AM by Jay from MN
  • “What is the R value of this pad?”
    Asked by H2Ospnl from Unknown on 2/23/2012 12:00:00 AM
    • Sorry it took me so long to get back to you. I was waiting to hear from ALPS, the ALPS Mountaineering Summit Sleeping Pad - Long has an R value of 5. Have a great day!
      Answered on 2/28/2012 12:00:00 AM by STPGearPro-Ryan from Sierra Trading Post
  • “Self inflating air pad? How does it work? Any danger of unexpexcted deflation in the middle of the night?”
    Asked by THS from Unknown on 3/7/2010 12:00:00 AM
    • It has two valves that makes it inflate in seconds. You just have to unscrew the caps, it takes some effort to deflate so night time deflation is rare. Though it is very comfortable and great for car camping. It also has a pebbled bottom to reduce slipping,
      Answered on 3/9/2010 12:00:00 AM by Customer Care from Sierra Trading Post
    • That how it works-you open the valve,it inflate itself by foam cells expanding,you close the valve.Not so firm and thick as air mattress but less work and feels differently.If you like comfort-air mattress is probably better,but I like more how easy to turn around on self inflating.
      Answered on 10/4/2010 12:00:00 AM by Find the Deal from Brooklyn,NY
    • Open the valve and air flows in. You may want to blow it up to be firmer. Then just close the valve and sleep tight!
      Answered on 9/23/2011 12:00:00 AM by Julie from Long Island, NY

About ALPS Mountaineering

When Dennis Brune founded ALPS Mountaineering in rural Missouri, he had a singular goal: create the best outdoor gear at the most affordable prices possible. As a truly homegrown company, this brand listens to customer feedback and updates products accordingly. From Alps Mountaineering tents built to withstand alpine winds to Alps Mountaineering sleeping pads designed to help you get a restful night’s sleep, products from this company have been tested and approved in some of the most demanding conditions on earth. Whether you’re setting up Alps Mountaineering chairs around the campfire or packing for your next adventure in an Alps Mountaineering backpack, you can feel confident that you’ve chosen an American brand with integrity and an eye for innovation.