Don't waste your dollars
Reviewed by Bike commuter from Ithaca, NY on Monday, March 6, 2017
My friend and I each purchased one for a 6-day hike in the Grand Canyon. I've always used Thermarest's z-lite but after having trouble sleeping I decided to upgrade to something a bit cushier. I set the pad up twice at home to make sure it held air, which it did. It worked the first night of the trip just fine. By the second night it was semi-deflated within 3 hours and I woke up twice to re-inflate. By the third night it was totally deflated within an hour. I spent 4 nights of the trip sleeping on my crazy creek with a totally deflated "sleeping pad" on top. My friend's experience was even worse. Obviously this is not only an issue of comfort but also a safety issue! Had the temperature been any cooler for us we could've been in real trouble. I do not recommend at all.