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Big Agnes Double Z Sleeping Pad

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    • Island Blue, Regular
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    8 Reviews

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    Now with the twice the Zs.

    Get more Zzzs while camping or backpacking with the Big Agnes Double Z Sleeping Air Pad underneath you. This ultralight pad packs small in the included stuff sack, and a stabilized construction keeps you on the pad throughout the night. A two-piece valve helps you inflate and deflate the Double Z in seconds, and Big Agnes hid a repair kit in a small pocket inside the stuff sack.

    • Ultralight nylon ripstop
    • Stabilized construction
    • Two-piece valve for inflation and deflation
    • Stuff sack and repair kit included
    • Item #BAG003Q

    Tech Specs

    Material
    nylon ripstop
    Style
    air pad
    Shape
    semi-rectangular
    Dimensions
    [regular] 20 x 72 x 4 in, [wide/regular] 25 x 72 x 4 in, [wide/long] 25 x 78 x 4 in
    R-Value
    1.5
    Temperature Rating
    35 F
    Stuff Sack
    yes
    Claimed Weight
    [regular] 1 lb 1 oz, [wide/regular] 1 lb 8 oz, [wide/long] 1 lb 10 oz
    Recommended Use
    camping, backpacking
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    Comfortable, Yesss

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    This air mattress is comfy as the dickens. The material is super durable and you'll get a great night's rest sleeping on it. I wouldn't recommend it for sleeping in particularly cold weather, but if you look at the R-value in the Tech Specs, that shouldn't come as a surprise. Happy camping!

    Pretty good.

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    4 inches high is pretty good. You can sleep on your side and don't touch the ground. Good air mattress for the price. I prefer the NeoXtherm the most, but it comes at a higher price tag and can be noisy. Would recommend!

    Not bad, not great.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I've got the insulated version of this pad and my husband has this one. He loves it but when he tried my NeoAir he liked that one better. I did use this on our last backpacking trip because I like the shape of this one as it doesn't taper as quickly as the NeoAir so it provides for a larger sleep surface allowing you to stretch out a bit more. It works for its purpose but I like my NeoAir better and my husband wants a NeoAir too.

    Buy on sale, no regrets

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    Solid pad. In-tent material suits what you need to sleep. 4 inch height lets you twist and turn at night like you would on a bed. You can sleep on your side as well. Buy on sale. Don't pay retail.

    Nice pad, with some flaws.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I bought this pad around the time it was first available. I've used it quite a few times now and it feels like laying on a cloud every time. I mean... the thickness of this pad sold me when I read about it in Backpacker. Anyways, when I inflated the pad with my breath , it took about 36 breaths for it to be firmly inflated. I laid on it in my house and it felt great. When it came time to deflate it, it was easy, but I also noticed condensation inside the pad. It was a bit disconcerting, but other pads are likely the same... its just the material used for the Double Z is translucent, whereas others aren't. These days, I use my Therm-A-Rest mini pump to inflate it through the deflate valve. I stick the whole pump tube in... more air stays in than it escapes... After that I finished it off with a few breaths. I didn't time this process, it wasn't that long... but I didn't care either as I no longer had to empty my lungs inflating the pad.



    Another flaw is the pad doesn't quite hold the person in. You can roll over or end up off the pad. This will be an issue for people that move a lot in their sleep. The pad isn't grippy as well, so you may slide during sleep. Personally, after sleeping on this pad for a few times, I was fine. I didn't fall off while in my mummy bag and since I don't move much during sleep, I didn't experience sliding or rolling off. If you want a comfortable pad at a decent price, look no further. On a side note, Big Agnes needs to work on their stuff sacks for their products... if they haven't already.

    Nice pad, with some flaws.

    Pretty Awesome!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This is a pretty good bed! Its is really thick and comfy! At first the material it is made out of I thought was very thin! But after 9 days in the Guads with tons of pokey stuff it worked without a hitch! The only negative things I can say is it needs to be about two inches wider! The top is also really slippery, I woke up a few times half off the bed (my fault, camping on a hill). I recommend this product but it needs to be a little less slippery on the top. If you're looking for a cushe bed for the back country get this bed!

    Pretty Awesome!
    Unanswered Question

    can this be used with a big agnes fishhawk sleeping bag with the sleeve in the back for the pad? the dimensions add up I'm just concerned because the pouch in the back is rectangular... I really really... really really want the AIR CORE SL but it is out of stock in the regular size