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Recent Air-Filled Sleeping Pad Reviews

Therm-a-Rest Men's NeoAir XLite

rated 4 of 5 stars Ultralight and highly compact, this pad is exceptionally warm for its weight. It doesn't merit five stars because I don't feel personally confident about its longterm durability, and it's crackly enough that very light sleepers will need earplugs at night. At $159, I consider it worth the money. The 2016 model has new material and is rectangular, so check that out as well. This pad rocks for ultralighters and isn't half bad for the creature-comforts crowd. How do I know? I'm a picky, cold-sleeping,… Full review

Sea to Summit Comfort Plus Insulated Mat

rated 4 of 5 stars I have the Sea to Summit Comfort Plus Insulated Mat. I have used it on two AT section hikes. Overall I like it, but... I have the insulated mat regular size in rectangle. Of the two sections I hikes I did with this mat the first was in the early spring we hiked from NOC to Fontana Dam. It got really rather cold at night and the pad did very well. I was still cold and did not have a great night sleep, but it would have sooo much worse without that pad. It inflates quickly and the double-sided eggshell… Full review

Big Agnes Q-Core SLX

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Typically I'd be drawn to a lighter weight foam pad where there is no worry of puncture. But, the ability to pack small, sleep on my side, and the awesome warranty from Big Agnes all make this pad worth it. This pad is awesome. I recently broke it in with a summit trip to Mount Baker. The valve system works great, although it does take more breaths than I would prefer at high altitude. It seems durable. We were sleeping on rocks and I didn't feel that I had to worry about the pad, and I was never… Full review

Therm-a-Rest NeoAir XLite Max SV

rated 3 of 5 stars It's comfortable, but you're going to have to learn how to work the finicky speed valve or you'll be re-inflating in the middle of the night. I'll avoid the debate about inflatables vs. closed cell foam pads, and just say that this pad would be great if you don't mind the extra weight, increased setup time, and singular purpose. Otherwise, I prefer a CCF because it sets up faster, and I can throw it down on any irregular surface in seconds. I found this new on eBay at a price I couldn't resist. Full review

NEMO Astro Insulated

rated 3.5 of 5 stars Overall this pad has been pretty good. I like that it folds up small and is lightweight, and it's pretty easy to pack away, but it is not self-inflating and sometimes leaks air. Overall, I am happy with this pad because it is easy to tote around on backpacking trips and it worked well up on Mt. Adams in the snow. Make sure your air valve is completely locked and not to knock it all moving around or it will open and spill your air. I've found that you have to either completely get out of the tent… Full review

Big Agnes Q-Core

rated 4.5 of 5 stars This is hands down the most comfortable sleeping pad I have ever bought! With that is not the one I currently use due to its weight. Big Agnes Pump sack: This is the part that hooks on to valve on pad, as you can see it not ideal but does work. In freezing temperatures good luck fidgeting around with this. One of the reasons it's just a stuff sack for me now and I bought a flat valve pad.  This is what it looks like with air in it.On this trip I used the Q Core with a cheap ($20) 45°F… Full review

NEMO Tensor Insulated 25

rated 5 of 5 stars Very lightweight, roomy, with great insulation properties. This Nemo Tensor is a super lightweight sleeping pad, and very comfortable. I, like most of us, have been through a few different pads. I'm 5'7", 115 pounds, and need a well insulated pad as I'm a cold sleeper and also have very little body fat, so a simple foam sheet doesn't work for me.  This is well constructed and fills fairly easily. I've used it twice: the last was a four-day, three-night backpacking trip to San Rafael Wilderness… Full review

Ozark Trail Elevated Air Bed - Queen Sized

rated 5 of 5 stars Bought the queen frame w/air mattress and a separate pump. Bed did not have a self-inflating mechanism. Both were an excellent investment!!! Have never had a problem and have owned it for years. Bought the queen frame w/air mattress several years ago, along w/a separate pump. Bought the separate pump because the mattress is not self-inflatable. And because of all the reviews I read about the self-inflatable beds deflating, I chose this path and have never regretted it once. Nor have I had any problems… Full review

NEMO Cosmo Insulated 30XL

rated 5 of 5 stars Super comfortable. No pain in the morning after sleeping on it. Takes only 3-5 minutes to fill and less to drain it of air. Nice and big surface area with this model, and it is thick, so you don't feel the bumps in the ground underneath the pad while you sleep. I really find this product cozy and comfortable to sleep on, and pretty quick to pump up with the internal air pump. I ordered the wide and long version, so 30 in x 80 in. Here are the specs: Specs: 2 lbs 2 oz / 970 g Minimum Temp. Zone:30… Full review

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Big Agnes Iron Mountain
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$105 - $139
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Big Agnes Sand Mountain Rectangular Pad
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$42 - $109
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$75 - $159
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Brooks-Range Alpini Sleeping Pad
Cabela's Deluxe Camp Bed
Cabela's Deluxe Cot Pad
$60 - $99
Cabela's Double Inflating Sleeping Pad
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Coleman SUV Quickbed
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$69 MSRP
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