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evo.com | Nemo Sleeping Pads > For spring, fall, and even winter camping, the Nemo Vector 25 Insulated Sleeping Pad comes in extra-handy. PrimaLoft | Nemo Vector 25 Insulated Sleeping Pad 2020
The Nemo Vector Insulated Ultralight Sleeping Pad - The Nemo Vector Insulated Ultralight Sleeping Pad lets you save your breath for the hike and cover more miles with its minimal packed size and weight. Ultralight backpackers prefer its convenience and it has an integrated foot pump for those who'd rather not use their breath after a day on the trail. Nemo Spaceframe baffles are an ingenious invention that allow for a quieter, more stable sleeping experience. This technology uses low-stretch die-cut trusses to eliminate springiness found in competitor pads, and is better for rolling side-to-side and for keeping your elbows from poking through to the ground when propped up reading.
Save your breath for the hike, and cover more miles with the minimal packed size and weight of Vector. Made for ultralight backpackers who prefer convenience, this pad is nearly as light and small as Tensor, but adds a few ounces to include a foot pump for adventurers whod rather not use their breath to inflate their pad after a day on the trail. With Spaceframe Baffles for superior stability and point deflection resistance, and Thermal Mirror for quiet warmth, Vector is the ultralight, ultra-convenient all-star. Updated in 2019 with the new Laylow zero-profile, multi-functional, micro-adjustable valve for fast deflation.
- Summit Hut
Instead of huffing and puffing to inflate your mattress, save your breath for the hike, and cover more miles with the minimal packed size and light weight of the NEMO Vector insulated air pad.
If your bed back home is the same tiny old twin bed propped up on cinder blocks that you first got when you moved into the dorms your freshman year of college, then Nemo Equipment's Vector Insulated Sleeping Pad will probably make you reluctant to go back to civilization after a week in the wilderness. This insulated air pad is great for temps ranging between 15- and 25-degrees and includes Nemo Equipment's space frame baffle construction to eliminate side-to-side movement for a stable and comfy night's sleep--if only those teetering cinder blocks back home could say the same. A light aluminized layer make the pad warm enough for cold winter and shoulder season outings, and the integrated foot pump makes inflating this pad a breeze.
Current Retail: $98.73-$199.95
Historic Range: $89.73-$199.95
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