For Mother Nature's nastiest mood swings.
- Lightweight, compact, four-season pad designed to keep you cool in the summer and warm in winter
- Built-in layer of open cell foam for added insulation
- Primaloft Synergy synthetic insulation continues to insulate even when wet
- Nylon Ripstop top and bottom for added durability
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Can these snap together to form a "double"...
Can these snap together to form a "double" bed for camping with a partner?
No they would not snap together. Pretty sure you can buy the double sleeping bag though, and put two pads in there. They are not directly connected but its probably the closest you're going to get. http://www.backcountry.com/big-agnes-big-creek-sleeping-bag-30-degree-synthetic?ti=U2VhcmNoIFJlc3VsdHM6YmlnIGFnbmVzIGRvdWJsZSBzbGVlcGluZzoxOjE6YmlnIGFnbmVzIGRvdWJsZSBzbGVlcGluZw&skid=BAG0252-GRA-DOU. They are held in separate sleeves but at least it does hold them in place.
Works as advertised.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Going out solo with a buddy I had no issues with being cold or falling off my liner. I was extremely warm and did not experience any cold in 15-20 temps. I was using a 15 degree synthetic bag and had a liner inside the bag so i'm not surprised. Colder temps YMMV. I'll know more when / if I run into those kinds of conditions.
A pad is something I will not concede on, I like to pack hunt and there are a few things I simply refuse not to have. I won't sleep on the ground and I will always have a coffee pot. This pad feels like it is extremely durable, of course I only took it up two nights.
This pad rolls up nicely to me but is probably a little bulky for some. I'm not an ounce counter and the trip in is always easy compared to the trip out on a good hunt.
It's a quality pad and fit in nicely with my BA bags I just purchased. I'm still testing the gear and will go on a snow trip here shortly if it ever snows again (Norcal is having a dry winter).
Bought it specifically for 7+ day hunting trips.