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Sea To Summit Comfort Plus Insulated Sleeping Pad - Rectangular

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    Backcountry luxury.

    If you have the extra space on your next camping trip, then you might as well live the high life by sleeping on the Sea To Summit Comfort Plus Rectangular Insulated Sleeping Pad. The secret to Sea To Summit's comfiest pad lies in its dual-layer design. The two layers are offset for uniform cushioning and insulation, and you can independently adjust the air pressure in the two layers to create a comfier feel on uneven or rocky terrain. The dual-layer design also ensures a level of built-in redundancy, because it still functions even if you puncture one of the layers.

    Air Sprung cells evenly distribute pressure so the pad conforms to your body for a comfier feel than with traditional baffle construction. The tough 40D nylon face is abrasion-resistant to prevent tears when you're sleeping on rocky terrain. The multi-function, one-way valve makes inflation easier, and it has a button you can press to slowly release air for fine-tuned comfort. When you have to pack up in a hurry, a rapid air dump port lets you deflate quickly. It also comes with a stuff sack for convenient storage and a repair kit so you can fix rips in the wilderness.

    • 40D nylon face fabric
    • Air Sprung cells
    • Dual-layer technology
    • Antimicrobial treatment
    • Multi-function valve
    • Includes stuff sack and repair kit
    • Item #STS001L

    Tech Specs

    [face fabric] 40D nylon, [internal fabric] 20D nylon
    [small] 66 x 21.5 in, [regular] 72 x 21.5 in, [large] 79 x 25 in
    Stuff Sack
    Claimed Weight
    [small] 23.5 oz, [regular] 25.5 oz, [large] 31.5 oz
    Recommended Use
    hiking & camping, winter camping, backpacking
    Manufacturer Warranty

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    Noisy! - returned

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

    This thing is loud enough to scare bears. It sounds like popcorn popping every time you move. Insane. Also, no good for snow camping. Makes me question that 5 R value. Looked at it backlit and you can see the reflective panel doesn't span the entire pad, and that little reflective panel is the only insulation it has. The worst is the noise. Who conceived of a noisy surface to sleep on? If that doesn't bother you it is decently comfy and packs fast and tiny.

    Big, Comfy, Reliable - SPENDY!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I picked up the large and on second thought, should have grabbed the more streamlined Comfort Plus as the Rectangle is huge. I am 6'3 and this thing is plenty long/wide, maybe too much, but the weight and pack size are relatively similar. I have had many years of comfort and reliability out of my Big Agnes Q Core and will still rely on it, but the ease of inflation/deflation/packing make this pad worth it. The pad inflates much quicker than most with a few deep breathes into each chamber. In cold weather, I try and use a corner of a base layer to reduce moisture being blown into the pad and no issues quickly inflating so far. The face fabric and air cells make for a comfortable and (mostly) silent sleeping surface. Still 'crunchier' than the Q Core, but much, much less than a Thermarest or similar winter pads using a reflective material. Sea to Summit's Exkin reflective material seems to work well and the pad provides similar insulation, and comfort, with a slightly slimmer build. The R Value of 5 is accurate and I have used this a few times directly on the snow without noticing any cold spots. This pad (Long) is really long and wide (79x25) so it is really comfortable if you are long/broad, but it would eat up a ton of space in a smaller 4 season tent. All in all, much quicker to inflate (about 50% vs my Q Core) and much, much quicker to deflate/fold/pack - not even close when compared to the Q Core. That said, I find the raised edge of the Q Core coupled with the design/support to be much more comfortable on an old/broken back. I would probably take the Q Core on trips where camp doesn't move and the Comfort Plus on outings where a quick set up/tear down is needed. Sea to Summit's 31.5 oz's and packed size may not be for the fast and light crowd, but the warmth/comfort and ease of use make it difficult to choose against.

    Awesome pad

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Love this pad! I looked into this one because of the award that it won and I'm glad I bought it. The quality feels really high in this product. I love the dual air chamber design, which helps if one side gets punctured. The valve design makes inflation/deflation and fine tune adjustment very easy

    I slept like A baby

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

    This pad is so comfortable , dual chambers allows you to raise you off the ground. The other you can adjust to your comfort level! Mine less inflated's quick to blowup & faster to deflate...packs small in its own stuff sack. If you get a hole in one side you can use the other + it comes w/ patch kit ....