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Big Agnes Green Ridge Air Pad - Mummy

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Cush for the warm nights.

Make summer backpacking and camping trips more comfortable with Big Agnes' mummy-sized Green Ridge Air Pad. This superlight pad compresses into a compact package, and v-shaped air chambers ensure a stable, undisturbed night's sleep. Big Agnes' I-Beam construction eliminates cold spots so you never feel the ground's cool surface.

  • Superlight, ultra-compact, warm-weather pad
  • I-Beam construction
  • Durable inflation valve
  • V-shaped air chambers
  • Stuff sack included
  • Item #BAG003M

Tech Specs

[short] 20 x 60 in, [regular] 20 x 72 in, [long] 20 x 78 in
Temperature Rating
35 F
Packed Size
[short] 5 x 8 in, [regular] 5 x 8.5 in, [long] 5 x 9
Claimed Weight
[short] 13 oz, [regular] 14 oz, [long] 16 oz
Recommended Use
ultralight backpacking, hiking & camping
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Not a great pad

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Have the full size and mummy. Have to sleep on it partially inflated or you roll off the the pad constantly. A summer pad, very low r value. Would be great if slid into pad sleeve on sleeping bag, without one on your bag I would not recommend it. On the plus side: very compact when in stuff sack (it takes up a little more than a water bottle's worth of space). Also comes with repair kit in stuff sack bottom. Best used for: warm/hot weather, trying to cut weight and save space in pack.

Not a great pad

Good for light use

    This is perfect for camping a few times a year. However, if you are an avid camper and would be using it more then 5 times a season I would recommend getting one which is stronger. Had a tough time holding air towards the end of the camping season.