ALPS Mountaineering Comfort Series Self Inflating Air Pads

2 reviews
5-star:   2
4-star:   0
3-star:   0
2-star:   0
1-star:   0

Specs

Short Regular Long X-Large XX-Large
Size 20 in x 48 in x 1.5 in 20 in x 72 in x 1.5 in 25 in x 77 in x 2 in 30 in x 77 in x 3 in 30 in x 77 in x 4 in
Weight 1 lb 12 oz 2 lb 10 oz 4 lb 1 oz 6 lb 7 oz 8 lb 7 oz
Stuff Sack 4 in x 21 in 4.5 in x 21 in 6.5 in x 26 in 8 in x 31 in 11 in x 31 in
General Use Fast Packing Backpacking Camping Luxury Camping Luxury Camping
Price $54.99 USD $74.99 USD $99.99 USD $149.99 USD $189.99 USD

Reviews

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Our family bought 4 of the 2"-thick Comfort Series…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Price Paid: $49.99 Sportman's Warehouse

Our family bought 4 of the 2"-thick Comfort Series Long size (25x77x2). Two of them do overlap a little in a 2-man tent, but my wife said she has never slept so well on a camping trip. The extra length was great for our 2 sons, both over 6'2".

We used them for a 3-night/4-day kayak trip at Desolation Sound, BC, Canada. They fit just fine in the hatches of our kayaks, or strapped on top behind the cockpit. Deflating was no problem, only had to roll one time to slip easily back into the bags. Now back in Kansas planning where to use them again.

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The 5 stars is for CAR camping only. This thing weighs…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Price Paid: about $70

The 5 stars is for CAR camping only. This thing weighs like 10 lbs! It is very, very comfortable and warm. Pitched my tent on snow and didn't feel the cold at all. Have been on several trips where others used those thin backpacking pads and all were complaining about the rocky ground while I had a great nights sleep. This is something I would recommend to a friend or use a a spare mattress for guests.

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit ALPS Mountaineering's Comfort Series Self Inflating Air Pads page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

ALPS Mountaineering gave the Comfort Series Air Pad a slew of features to ensure you sleep comfortably and stay on your pad all night. This inflatable pad includes an open-cell foam interior for increased insulation and faster self-inflation. Just open the valves and let it sit. A few puffs of air is all that's needed to finish the job. ALPS Mountaineering added PVC dots to the bottom of the Comfort Series Air Pad to keep it in place on your tent's floor. They also included a brushed top fabric that keeps you from slipping off in the middle of the night.

- Backcountry.com

This pad features Jet stream wave foam and 2 valves for faster inflating and deflating. Brushed "suede-like" top fabric and anti-slip "PVC Dot" bottom fabric ensure less sliding and longer durability. Features 3" thick foam and thicker pillow area for camping luxury. Includes stuff sack and repair kit. Long: 25” x 77” x 2” Wt: 4 lb. 6 oz. XL: 30" x 77" x 3" Wt: 7 lbs 3 oz.

- Vargo Outdoors

Experience the ultimate in car-camping luxury when you bed down for the night on this Alps Comfort Air sleeping pad! Plush, 4-in.- thick polyurethane open cell foam provides ample cushion; greatly extended width and length provides an expansive surface area. Self-inflating-simply open valve and roll out pad; it can be topped off with a few short breaths if desired. Sueded top surface enhances comfort and reduces slippage; bottom of pad features an anti-slip PVC dot pattern. 2 noncorrosive brass valves increase inflation/deflation time and seal tight to prevent leaks. Features a thick pillow area for head support. Stuff sack and repair kit included. Special buy.

- REI