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Big Agnes Insulated Air Core Sleeping Pad - Mummy

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    Artfully designed whether on the trail in your tent.

    Big Agnes added Primaloft synergy to its popular Air Core Sleeping Pad to create a true three-season sleeping pad that's designed to keep you cool in the summer and warm in the winter. This lightweight, compact sleeping pad is a perfect complement to Big Agnes' three-season or winter bags, and, once deflated, packs down small enough that it won't use up much valuable pack space.

    • Lightweight, compact, three-season pad designed to insulate to keep you cool in the summer and warm in winter
    • Primaloft Synergy synthetic insulation continues to insulate even when wet
    • Nylon Ripstop top and bottom for added durability
    • Item #BAG3014

    Tech Specs

    [shell] 70D nylon diamond ripstop, [insulation] PrimaLoft Synergy
    [regular] 20 x 72 x 3.25 in, [long] 20 x 78 x 2.5 in
    Rolled Size
    [regular] 5 x 9 in, [long] 5.5 x 9 in
    15 F
    Stuff Sack
    Claimed Weight
    [regular] 20 oz, [long] 23 oz
    Recommended Use
    3-season camping
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    Always love it until now..

      Been a great pad to go with my sleeping bag. Bought it in 2012, it works great until this year, the pad couldn't hold the air like usual, couldn't find the leak, no holes....It's been quite annoyed that waking up to find that the pad was low air filled and my back was touching the ground. Just saw that this pad might come with manufacture lifetime warranty...going to check that out...hopefully they can fix the problem. I really really love this pad.

      Sweet deal

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      This guy packs up very nicely and is the only sleeping pad I have yet to put a hole in. The pad also handles the snow well and doesn't conduct heat well, so you'll stay much warmer. I don't even need to have a closed cell pad underneath it for most snow trips. (10 degrees +)

      Best Night's Sleep in the Backcountry

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      Just got back from a weeklong backpack trip through the Bob Marshall Wilderness in late September with this pad. Some thoughts:

      1. Get the insulated model. Super warm. Not once did I get cold in the morning when the air in my pad starts to get cool.

      2. I am a notoriously light sleeper and typically for me, nights in a sleeping bag do not equate with excellent rest. This thing, however, is like the Hilton of sleeping pads. It is super comfortable, and I sleep like a dream on it.

      3. It packs up awesome and takes up next to no room.

      Warm pad

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I had this pad in the uninsulated version for nearly 6 or 7 years, when the valve broke, I picked up this one to fill the void. I used it recently in 20-30 degree ranges in a NYS lean-to (hard cold floors and all night exposure) this pad did the job by old pad couldn't: keep me warm and comfy all night! The description led me to believe this pad would roll up quite larger than the normal pad, but in all honestly its the same size. The provided stuff sack is much larger, and the pad fills up only half of it. I love this pad, I love Big Agnes, and their customer service was top notch when I had a problem with the old pad. its a no brainer.

      Good...but rating is off

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I really like this mat. Design really helps you stay on the mat all night. Extremely comfortable. I use it with my Big Agnes bag and I love the overall system. However, I have had in weather between 20 and 30 degrees and it tends to get a little colder than I would like. My bag which is rated for 15 degrees keeps me really warm, but my back got cold half way through the night with this mat. Other than that I really like this system, but if you are planning to use it in cold weather spend a little more and get one with a lower temperature rating.

      Ramesses II of Sleeping Pads

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I've had this for 3 years. I've hiked from Georgia to Virginia using this. I still use it for weekend hikes. It's durable and rolls up nicely. I've never had to patch it and the air nozzle still works perfectly. Only complaint is that it tends to squeak if you're a restless sleeper. Overall, it's great quality at a low price.