NEMO Cosmo Air Lite 20R

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Nemo Cosmo Air Sleeping Pad is a lightweight pad with a built-in pump. This pad is 3 inches thick and weighs less than two pounds, making it ideal for backpacking and car camping. The Cosmo is a truly innovative pad that combines lightweight properties with exceptional comfort and the hassle free and breath free inflation. Horizontal I-beam baffles create a flatter sleeping pad surface and eliminate any bouncy feel when inflated. Horizontal baffles also tend to support body contours better than vertical baffles since the sleeping pad resists radially folding around the body's longitudinal axis. For even more comfort, add the optional Cosmo Pillowtop, a plush cover for your Cosmo Air or Tuo Luxury that features a removable 1 in. layer of comfort foam and a washable microfiber top. If you're looking for a great night's sleep at camp, check out the Nemo Cosmo sleeping pad series. Weight: 16oz / 450 g. Min Temp Zone: 35 to 45F / 2 to 7C. Width: 20 in / 51 cm. Length: 72 in / 183 cm. Thickness: 3 in / 8 cm. Pack Size: 8 x 3.5 in dia / 20 x 9 cm dia. Fabric: 20D Polyester. Color: Elite Yellow. Compare Nemo Sleeping Pads and Pillows

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

They say sleeping on hard ground builds character and is good for your back, but at the end of the day we'd rather lay down on the Nemo Cosmo Air Lite Sleeping Pad. At four inches thick, it will keep your shoulders and hips comfortable, and the raised head baffle supplements your pillow to give you plenty of neck support. Maybe best of all, the integrated foot pump saves your lungs from the strain of blowing and your head from the inevitable resulting dizziness.

- Backcountry.com

Actually, you can have it all. Cosmo(TM) Lite series pads hit the backpacking sweetspot trimming six ounces off NEMO's first generation Cosmo(TM) air inflatable pads. The all new Cosmo(TM) Air Lite and Cosmo(TM) Insulated Lite models marry the hyperlight fabrics found on Zor(TM) minimalist pads with a streamlined, integrated foot pump for rapid inflation. Lateral baffles with a plush three inches of shoulder saving loft and a raised pillow baffle offer stability, support and side sleeping comfort. The Insulated model has a layer of PrimaLoft(R) insulation built in for protection against cold or hot ground. The Cosmo(TM) Lite 20R series include a stuff sack, compression strap, and repair patches. Pairs with our award-winning Pillowtops(TM) for unbeatable comfort. Specifications Weight 17 oz / 475 g Min Temp Zone 35 to 45F / 2 to 7C Width 20 in / 51 cm Length 72 in / 183 cm Thickness 3 in / 8 cm Pack Size 8 x 3.5 in dia / 20 x 9 cm dia Fabric 20D Polyester Color Elite Yellow

- Mountains Plus

The Cosmo Insulated 20R from NEMO uses PrimaLoft insulation for a better rest. The pillow baffle at the head is oversized to provide extra loft under your head and prevents your pillow from sliding off. The 3 inch thick baffles contours to your body better than vertical baffles because the sleeping pad resists folding around the body. Best of all, give your lungs a rest and use the integrated foot pump to inflate the pad!

- Rocky Mountain Trail

The Nemo Cosmo Air Lite pad hits the backpacking sweetspot trimming six ounces off Nemo's first generation Cosmo Air series. The Cosmo Air Lite marries the hyperlight fabrics found on Zor minimalist pads with a streamlined, integrated foot pump.

- CampSaver.com

NEMO Cosmo Air Lite 20R

previously retailed for:
$89.95 - $159.95

The NEMO Cosmo Air Lite 20R is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 15, 2017 at Rocky Mountain Trail.

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