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Sleep soundly in chilly weather on top of your Big Agnes Two Track Sleeping Pad.

The Big Agnes Two Track Mummy Pad self-inflates and insulates you from the cold ground, so even if your teeth are chattering as you set up camp, you'll still get a decent night's sleep. The Two Track comes in two thicknesses for your warmth and comfort. Big Agnes rated its 1.5-inch pad at zero degrees Fahrenheit (4.5 R-value) and rated the 2-inch pad down to minus 25 degrees (6.5 R-value). The E-Z-Flate valve makes adding more air to this mummy pad a cinch. Slip the Two Track into the sleeve on the back of any Big Agnes mummy sleeping bag.

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4 5

comfortable , but narrow ends

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

The pad is very comfortable to sleep on, if you sleep on your back. If you are like me and switch from side to side all night then you might find yourself off the pad. Because it is a mummy design it is quite narrow at the ends and lacks the extra space. However, I find it to very comfortable and will continue to use it. I would recommend it due to it's great support.

5 5

Almost feels too cozy for camping!

Not much to say about this pad other than the fact that it really does its job! It is quite thick so you can rest assured knowing you're not going to feel rocks and other debris below you while you sleep, but it also completely rocks in extreme temperatures. A nice feature is that it comes with a small repair kit sewn inside the protective bag this pad comes with.

5 5

Top of the line

Just got back from a climb on Mt Shasta. Camped on snow. Two other friends came and they were cold all night because they only had regular inflatable pads. Big agnes inflated fast and kept me warm and comfortable all night. I would totally recommend this to anyone camping on snow.

Does this come with it's own stuffsack?

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Does this come with it's own stuffsack?

5 5

Comfortable, somewhat narrow

I'm 6', 300lbs and am a side sleeper. This pad was the third I tried. I had to go with a mummy due to my test. Other then being a little narrow for a larger person, it is great. Holds inflation all night, too. Highly recommend.

4 5

Worked on a glacier

This was my bed on the Heiden Glacier in the Chugach range in Alaska. If it works there, it should work anywhere.

4 5

Worked on a glacier

This was my bed on the Heiden Glacier in the Chugach range in Alaska. If it works there, it should work anywhere.

4 5

Absolutely worth the bump in weight -- in winter

Really pleased with the performance of this pad. Spent a long weekend camped out in 10-degree temps, with consistent driving snow, and this thing was my oasis. Inevitable water pools in the (crappy) tent were unnoticed (comfort-wise). Never had any cold spots on the bottom of the sleeping bag. Plush cushioning, and as referenced below, you can inflate this pad to board-stiff firmness. Good stuff. Highly recommended for winter backcountry trips.

4 5

two track mummy pad 2"

Used this with a big agnes hahns peak bag on a recent 3 day backpacking/camping trip. It is a little heavy for backpacking but I am not doing 15-20 miles in the snow in zero/sub-zero weather. The temps got to -6 Fahrenheit on the coldest night and I felt no cold or draft from the ground whatsoever. I did not need the closed cell foam pad and the dog got to sleep on it (although he wanted to sleep in the snow and did not need anything except his northern breed coat). I also found the bag to be very comfortable with the big agnes bag. Gave it four stars just because it is a little heavy. Although this is to be expected in cold weather I would still like the best of both worlds.

5 5

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The pad is used by by wife who loves it. We do not backpack but we do go expidition 4 wheeling so weight is not a concern. My wife was using an inflatable bed and even being way thinner than the air mattress she says this pad is so much more comfortable. If she is happy than I am to . This pad rocks

Can this be used without having a Big Agnes...

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Can this be used without having a Big Agnes sleeping bag?

Compatible with Big Agnes Petite Size Bags?...

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Compatible with Big Agnes Petite Size Bags?

Is this pad (in the regular size) compatible with petite-sized women's bags from Big Agnes, such as the Edna SL and other mummy-style shorter bags?

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This pad should be OK with the Edna SL. The Edna SL description says, "Half pad sleeve with adjustable strap holds ANY 20" wide rectangular or mummy shaped pad." http://www.bigagnes.com/Products/Detail/Bag/EdnaSL

However, the Big Agnes Roxy Ann, Ethel, and Lulu petite bags require a pad that is shorter (20 X 66 inches). Here's where you can find the specs and requirements for Big Agnes bags: http://www.bigagnes.com/Products/Specs/Bag

4 5

Great design... almost

My girlfriend has a Thermarest Prolite 3 and this is comparable. Just as comfortable, durable, but less packable since it doesn't fold in half. If it was more packable, it would be 5 stars easy.

5 5

Great Design...

I actually have had two of these air pads... Great design as it lightens the load and gives you greater comfort. Teamed up with my 0-degree Agnes bag I was the only one who stayed warm on a summer climb on Mt Shasta when we got into some bad weather.. Not only was I comfortable but I slept as well! My Daughter is currently using my new pad... I lost the first one.. she is in Northern Africa and she said "Dad this is so great!! I would not be sleeping if I did not have this pad and bag to keep me warm..." Great products-great design!!

3 5

Decent

I like it, it kept me warm and off the ground in 25 degree weather. Great pad for the price.

5 5

Comfortable - Warm - Stays Inflated

We purchased this pad to be used with the Horse Thief and Zirkel SL bags. The reason we went with the -25 pad is to be used in a Hennessey Hammock for insulation purposes. It worked great. I had to let some air out during the night (very east to do while in the bag) for comfort adjustment. I left them inflated for over three days to see if it would leak down. It did not lose any noticeable pressure. Good quality. If you need a pad to sleep on a concrete slab (cushion) or hammock (insulation) this is the one to get.

4 5

Decent Sleeping Pad

I don't have much to compare this with, but I am satisfied with this pad. I purchased a Big Agnes sleeping bag and the combo is a great for high elevation and cold temperatures. I wish it could pack down a bit more like other pads (thermarest), but those pads would not have fit my sleeping bag. I am not disappointed with this purchase.

5 5

First time a go

I recently purchased the Big Agnes Zirkel sleeping bag and the two track mummy sleeping pad. I went with the 2 inch pad in hopes of being able to lower the overall comfort rating of my sleeping bag. Don't know if that worked or not. After using the sleeping pad one time in my backyard with my kids I will keep it over my closed cell foam pad that I have been using. One thing that I would advice is not to fill the pad all the way. Much too firm for me.....

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I cannot, for the life of me, understand why anyone would want to lower the overall comfort rating of anything.

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He meant to say lower the temperature they would be comfortable at.

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He meant to say lower the temperature they would be comfortable at.