ALPS Mountaineering Air Pad

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Essential equipment for a good night sleep when camping either on hard land or a rocky slope is a firm yet malleable pad. The fast packing ALPS Mountaineering Air Pad is the perfect complement to any sleeping bag, especially if you're looking for a sturdy but lightweight support device. Made with rugged polyurethane open cell technology and extra thick and durable three-inch foam interior construction, the pad is covered with 75-denier polyester non-slip fabric so your sleeping bag will stay put. Seams are heat-bonded to prevent separation of the layers, and to ensure years of hassle free use. The sure-grip PVC dot fabric bottom helps keep the pad in place, and you can inflate or deflate it by simply opening or closing the non-corrosive nylon/brass valve. The one pound, 12 ounce pad includes a stuff sack and repair kit.


Great for general camping, this self-inflatable pad works with most rectangular bags. Two-inch-thick polyurethane foam provides plenty of comfort for a restful night's sleep. Polyester shell is a durable and offers non-slip protection. ABS and nylon valves are non corrosive and weather-safe. Stuff sack and repair kit included. Special buy.


ALPS Mountaineering Air Pad


The Air Pad has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$29.95 - $64.95

The ALPS Mountaineering Air Pad is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 8, 2013 at SunnySports.

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