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Big Agnes Insulated AXL Air Sleeping Pad

$159.95 - $249.95

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Insulated AXL Air Sleeping Pad

The Insulated AXL Air Sleeping Pad is the lightest insulated sleeping pad that Big Agnes has ever made. Made for spring-to-autumn temperatures, this AXL Air uses Primaloft insulation and a Mylar heat-reflective laminate to boost your own body heat back your way. The result is a sleeping pad perfected for campers and backpackers who need additional warmth for chilled evenings.
  • The lightest Big Agnes sleeping pad for long-distance treks
  • Primaloft Silver insulation increases warmth for cold temperatures
  • Mylar layer reflects body heat back to you for added warmth
  • Uniquely woven ripstop increases tear strength and reduces weight
  • High-volume valve allows efficient inflation and quick deflation
  • Comes with a stuff sack and pad inflation sack for quick inflation
  • Item #BAGZ290

nylon ripstop, Primaloft Silver, Mylar
air pad
mummy, rectangular
[petite] 20 x 66in [regular] 20 x 72in [regular mummy] 20 x 72in [wide regular] 25 x 72in [wide long] 25 x 78in
Temperature Rating
pad inflation sack (included)
Stuff Sack
Packed Size
[petite]3 x 6.5in [regular] 20 x 72in [regular mummy] 20 x 72in [wide regular] 25 x 72in [wide long] 25 x 78in
Claimed Weight
[petite] 10.7oz [regular] 11.9oz [regular mummy] 10.6oz [wide regular] 15.2oz [wide long] 15.9oz
Recommended Use
backpacking, weekend camping
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>Rating: 5

Has held up 7 nights so far.

I've put it through the wringer
True to size
Size Bought
6` 4"
265 lbs

7 nights and never needed air. I'm a 265# stomach/side/littlespoon sleeper. I got the WL and GF(bigspoon) got the P. Felt like a real bed paired with a thermorest foam pad. Slid around a little. Looking at straps now. I was skeptical. But I'm happy. Would buy again in the event of catastrophic failure. Nemo spoon bags for side sleepers were also a win. But the whole system cost more than what I'm sleeping on at home. 😑