Lightweight Series Air Pad
Sleeping on rocks can take some of the romance out of a couples' getaway. Keep your relationship healthy with the Alps Mountaineering Lightweight Series Double Air Pad. The durable ripstop top and polyester taffeta ensure years of camping fun, and the pad comes with a stuff sack, compression straps, and a repair kit in case you set up your tent on a porcupine.
- Double sleeping pad provides comfort for two campers
- Sleeping pads separate and connect with hook-and-loop sides
- Inflatable with a layer of foam for extra cush
- Bottom reinforce for long-lasting durability
- Stuff sack, compression straps, and repair kit included
- Item #ALM0098
- [top] nylon ripstop, [bottom] polyester taffeta, [padding] polyurethane open-cell foam
- 75 x 47 x 3in
- Stuff Sack
- Packed Size
- 25 x 7.5in
- Claimed Weight
- 9lb 7oz
- Manufacturer Warranty
4 based on 2 ratings
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December 25, 2022
Functional enough but not practical
- I returned this product before using it
The pads are comfy when full and stay together nicely, but considering they are pretty difficult to inflate fully and at 9 pounds you might as well get an air mattress. You'd never want to haul these things into the back country.
April 23, 2020
CUSHY Car Camping
- I've used it several times
- 5' 4"
I have a 2017 Subaru Outback and these are perfect for sleeping in the back of the car (rear seats down). A bit long for the back even with the seats down, but it fits width wise and they're really nice sleeping pads. The narrowest part of my trunk space is approximately 42 inches (near wheel wells), simply let some air out and let them fold up the sides of the car. I have yet to find something that fits my outback perfect but these are pretty close. Lifetime warranty so beat these buggers up (with use, not abuse)! Will respond to my review after summer to let you know how these handle wear and tear. These are not lightweight, these are not for backpacking. If you lug this around on a backpacking trip I salute you.
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