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Sleep soundly and comfortably on cold ground when you have the Big Agnes Two Track Mummy Sleeping Pad beneath you.

  • Non-slip polyester hexagonal top and nylon bottom provide strength and durability for multiple uses
  • High-density, die-cut foam insulation offers great cushion, comfort, and insulation during your three-season camping endeavors
  • Internal polyurethane coating offers protection from the wet elements
  • Non-breakable brass valve features a plastic-coated EZ-Flate mouthpiece
  • Two-inch thick pad is rated to -25°F (-32°C)
  • Includes a stuff sack and repair kit for storage and convenience
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5 years and going strong!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Not the lightest but quite durable and reliable. I fold it in such a way that I use it as pad for my back in my pack. From Mt Shasta to Mt Rainier, it has never let me down. One poor fellow on Rainier had punctured his ultra light sleep pad and did not sleep well. Everyone was jealous when I told them I got a comfy 4 hours sleep before summit run.
"Sleep well tonight, tomorrow could be rough!"

Easy set up

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

When it is freezing cold not only do you need your gear to work, but it needs to be easy to use. The Big Agnes Two Track delivers, though it is not the smallest packable pad out there, with it's own bag and tie down straps it is always easy to find and set up/take down and fits perfectly along the side of my pack.

I know Big Agnes has a greatsystem for...

I know Big Agnes has a greatsystem for putting pads in their bags, but will these pads work in other brand bags such as MHW or Marmot mummy's? Might be a dumb question, but I'm just not sure ofhow their system works.

Best Answer

MHW and Marmot don't have the same built in pouch like Big Agnes. You can still use Big Agnes sleeping pads with any sleeping bag of course. However, if you are someone that moves around a lot in their sleep, you may find it difficult to stay on any mummy shaped pad. I personally didn't like using a mummy sleeping pad because I always ended up sliding off of it. If you don't have a Big Agnes sleeping bag and move around at night, I recommend a rectangle pad.