ALPS Mountaineering Air Pad

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Retailers' Descriptions

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When you're away from home and want some added comfort to your cot or sleeping bag, try an ALPS self inflating air pad. With the comfort series, the pad will inflate and deflate quickly with the jet stream wave foam and roll up compactly to fit into the stuff sack. The top is a comfortable, brushed Suede-like fabric with Anti-Slip Dots on the bottom to keep you from sliding around. The Comfort Series also features brass non-corrosive valves for maximum durability. Another benefit of adding an air pad is that it will help keep you warmer... essential to a well rested night.

- SunnySports

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.

- GearX.com

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.

- REI

ALPS Mountaineering Air Pad

Discontinued

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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