Sleepingo Camping Sleeping Pad – Mat, (Large), Ultralight 14.5 OZ, Best Sleeping Pads for Backpacking, Hiking Air Mattress – Lightweight, Inflatable & Compact, Camp Sleep Pad
- Item Weight: 14.4 ounces
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Make sure this fits by entering your model number.; 2" THICK SLEEP SUPPORT! YOU WILL LOVE THIS SLEEPING PAD! Want to sleep comfortably anywhere? No need to suffer with a cheap flimsy short outdoor sleeping pad! This quality portable camping mat pad is perfect. Super sturdy and extremely comfortable. Great for any sleep position.; WEIGHS ONLY [14.5 OZ] AND PACKS DOWN TO THE SIZE OF THIN WATER BOTTLE - PERFECT FOR A BACKPACKING SLEEPING PAD! No worrying about room in your backpack No backaches due to heavy weight very convenient to carry. You’ll wish you found this years ago Comes with a sleek storage pouch.; THIS TOUGH DURABLE LARGE COMFY SLEEPING PAD FEATURES A LIFETIME WARRANTY! - Economically and practically efficient With an impressive size blown up of 75 X 23 this camping mattress pad, will give you the comfort you need.; TEAR RESISTANT - HEAVY DUTY RIPSTOP NYLON FABRIC – This lightweight sleeping pad is made of super strong waterproof and camping grade ripstop nylon fabric With a impressive 20 denier thickness used only for the strongest camping equipment designed to last a lifetime in the most severe conditions.; HASSLE-FREE LIFETIME REPLACEMENT - NO NEED TO RETURN! We take pride in our perfect customer service record on Amazon, and we promise to treat you like family - even for gifts! In addition to our lifetime replacement, if you aren't happy with your purchase, we will simply refund your money - no questions asked - just let the reviews speak for themselves!
I'm an Eagle Scout that took a break from camping for a few decades and am just now getting back into it with my son. I recently upgraded to a Big Agnes long/wide encampment sleeping bag. Since I'm a few years older and a few dozen pounds heavier, figured this would be a great time to upgrade from a foam ridgerest to a nice inflatable sleeping pad.My requirements:Under $100I'm a side-sleeper (220 lbs) and don't want to bottom outSmall/light enough to take backpackingDurable enough that I won't be left strandedAfter looking at amazon reviews, I narrowed it down to the Sleepingo and the Klymit Static V insulated. Not being able to see/test either, I ordered both pads with the planned to return whichever I didn't like. The Sleepingo arrived first and my first thought was....damn, this thing is paper thin, it's never going to hold up. Then I realized that it had to be this thin in order for it to be so small and light. Although thin, the fabric does seem to be very tough. I found the inflate hole, it's a simple but effective design. It's a rubber flap that is held in place by the pressure of the air inside, with a plug that covers the hole. I counted the number of breathes, I'm a fairly large dude, but it took exactly eight before I couldn't add anymore air.The Klymit Static V had a more complicated fill valve and it took 12 full breathes.The Sleepingo had the following disadvantages:Not as good R-value (insulation)Lacks name brand recognition, lifetime warranty doesn't matter if the company is goneInflated length not as advertisedThe Sleepingo had the following advantages:Lighter - 398g vs 690Longer - 72.5" vs 71.75Quicker to inflateSmaller when packedWay faster to pack up. The many chambers of the Klymit made it harder to push the air out when rolling upI'm really impressed with the Sleepingo and plan to keep it. If anything changes (good or bad), I'll update this post.
We were heading out on a motorcycle trip to Colorado & would tenting it. We had bought my husband a thermarest pad over a year ago for a price of $100.00+. We had just returned from a trip from Raton New Mexico, I decided it was pad time for myself. I don’t tent as much as my husband so I was not wanting to spend a large amount. I seen this pad & the price & thought I can’t really go wrong! I was overly impressed with the size, thickness, easy to blow up/deflate and small size to fit on a bike, backpack or motorcycle. I blew it up in Colorado, slept on it for 3 nights with no loss of air at any time. I will be looking a buying another couple of them just to have!!! Job well done to this company & a big thank you! I am a 5’6 250pound lady & the pad was longer then I & held up to my weight great!!!
Bought the large Sleepingo pad to use on a backpack trip. I'm pretty stumpy in size and was not sure if this pad could hold my weight on top of rocky or other types of detritus terrain. I was wrong. The pad stayed inflated and I did not feel any points of discomfort. I had paired the Sleepingo with the Therma-Rest Z-lite because I did not want the Sleepingo to pop, but I move when I sleep and I somehow pushed the Therma-Rest to the side of my tent and ended up on the Sleepingo on rough ground. The pad held up just fine. I did not feel fatigued in the morning and was surprised the pad did not pop. I could of used the Sleepingo by itself. The Sleepingo is lightweight and does not take many breathes to inflate. After a days hike I was able to inflate the pad in 9 breathes. I have put the pad in my sleeping bag and it worked fine. This pad will work for a single person to sleep on, or a sitting pad for three people, on any terrain.These negatives would not deter me from buying another one. These are things that just came to me. But maybe some type of anti-slip material at the bottom of the pad. Maybe different color options. Maybe a fitted sheet to lay over once it's inflated. None of these things takes away from a great pad.PROS:-Lightweight-Easy to inflate-Comfortable-Easy to store-Durable-PriceCONS:-None