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Big Agnes Insulated Double Z Sleeping Pad

$109.95 - $149.95

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      $109.95
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      $139.95
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      $149.95
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    Extra warmth for cold campsites.

    The Big Agnes Insulated Double Z Sleeping Pad provides a warmer night's sleep while camping or backpacking. PrimaLoft Silver insulation readies this pad for brisk temperatures from spring to fall, and the stabilized construction helps to stop your from rolling off in the middle of the night. A two-piece valve helps you inflate and deflate the Double Z in seconds. Big Agnes added a compact stuff sack and a repair kit hidden in the stuff sack's internal pocket.

    • Lightweight nylon ripstop
    • PrimaLoft Silver insulation
    • Stabilized construction
    • Two-piece valve for inflation and deflation
    • Stuff sack and repair kit included
    • Item #BAG003P

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [cover] nylon ripstop, [insulation] PrimaLoft Silver
    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
    4.5
    Temperature Rating
    15 F
    Stuff Sack
    yes
    Claimed Weight
    [regular] 1 lb 5 oz, [wide/regular] 1 lb 10 oz, [wide/long] 1 lb 13 oz
    Recommended Use
    3-season backpacking /camping
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    Awesome pad!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Are you sick of deflating, noisy and uncomfortable pads? Big Agnes creates a solid pad with plenty of insulation for bitter nights. The 4 inch height gives you plenty of spacing from the cold ground as well as ample pressure relief to make sure you sleep soundly through the night. I used this pad in the Uintas out in Utah in 22 degree weather with a lost Ranger sleeping bag and it worked wonders. Feel free to reach out if you are looking for a bag and I will help you find one for exactly what you need. Reach out at - 801-204-4533 or escherer@backcountry.com.

    For those that do not compromise!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I am 6'4, 280lbs I bought this pad because I'm a tall big guy and I need my equipment to be rugged and capable. I love the Double z, I've read some reviews on here that aren't accurate, one said sleeping on a chip bag, that's just foolish. The DZ is super comfortable, firm, supportive, warm, big, tough, and 4" thick! Mines teamed up with the big agnes Whiskey park sleeping bag, of which has an integrated pad sleeve that fits it perfectly, No sliding around for me as it's one complete system. On my several trips into the Maine wilderness this pad hasn't lost one ounce of air pressure. As you can imagine it gets pretty cold here in Maine and this system has kept me very toasty on all accounts! This is an instant buy it now recommendation!

    Not my favorite

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I've used this a few times and just don't find it to be as comfortable as I imagined it would be. For backpacking the weight is kind of high. The R-value is good on it though so it may come in handy in colder weather. The width of the pad is great as well because it doesn't immediately start to taper down like my NeoAir does. I haven't had any issues with it. It does the job, but it's staying in the gear closet for now.

    Great idea, but doesn't cut it.

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

    My husband & I test drove 3 similar sleeping pads. The Big Agnes insulated Double Z was our 2nd choice. (The winner was the Nemo Insulated Astro, 3rd choice was the Thermarest NeoAir Camper- don't get this 1unless you like sleeping on a giant chip bag). The Big Agnes was quiet & felt comfy....until you moved at all. Then it was like a water bed. The channels just allow for too much air movement. & it was very slippery- couldn't keep it in place at all. Great idea, in theory.

    What are the rolled dimensions?