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Kush Air Bed

4 out of 5 stars
3 Reviews
Color:Castle Rock



Why We Like The Kush Air Bed + Pump

We like that the Kelty Kush Air Bed fits two campers comfortably, and we like it even more when we're sleeping solo. It's cushy either way, but the extra space really feels great on our hips after long hikes. Plus, the burly abrasion- and puncture-resistant fabric design makes setting up camp on the roughest of grounds an easy call when we need to cut the hike short.


  • Queen-sized sleeping pad for one or two luxuriously comfy campers
  • TPU-laminated, PVC-free fabric is abrasion- and puncture-resistant
  • Carry bag and battery-powered pump included for easy start-up
  • Item #KELO0A7
PVC-free, TPU-laminated
Stuff Sack
Packed Size
16.5 x 12.5 x 3in
77.9 x 55.5in
Claimed Weight
4lb 15oz
weekend camping
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime

Overall Rating

4 based on 3 ratings

Review Summary

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3 out of 5 stars

August 30, 2022

Mattress is solid, pump is garbage

I've used it several times
Size Bought:
5' 7"

Mattress so far is great. We’ve used it a few times. It’s comfortable, spacious, and seemingly durable. Great for car camping. It’s a bit big and heavy for backpacking.. but perfect when weight isn’t a major concern. It’s rolls up pretty well so it doesn’t take up much space either.. overall quite pleased with it. A little thick to use in the back of my hatchback. But that’s also not it’s intended purpose. It should although be sold without the pump as it is total garbage. First time we used it.. didn’t work. This is odd I thought so I decided to troubleshoot. After examination I noticed the plastic ridges inside the lid are thicker than the tip of the (+) side of the D battery. So the battery couldn’t make contact. Okay. So I cut those out with a putty knife and the back of a hatchet. Viola! It worked.. took a while to inflate., but worked. The next time it was used it worked but again, took longer to inflate. The following time, wouldn’t start up. Okay.. maybe batteries were dead. Changed. I flipped the switch. Nothing. Set it down, left on and then after about a minute it started making noise and worked, but hardly. From then on it would turn on but would slowly ramp up to measly volume, sounded like it was struggling, and took about 30 minutes to inflate the air mattress. I couldn’t deal so I found a Coleman one source air pump which was not cheap but has a long life rechargeable battery, fills the bed up less than two minutes, and supposedly does that about 20 times before needing a recharged battery. Make sure you test the pump before relying on it for a restful night. Which you likely will get as long as you get the thing inflated.

Kristopher C
4 out of 5 stars

July 5, 2022

Very comfortable to pass a night

I've used it several times
Size Bought:
5' 8"

I like that this one is comfortable to have a good night sleep and that it inflated using batteries allowing it to be used everywhere. For home use it's a bit slow to inflate because batteries offer less power that a 110V outlet plug. It is a bit small for being a queen though, it feels more like a twin. It is 55.5 inches long.

Nicolas J
5 out of 5 stars

June 25, 2022

Excellent purchase

I've used it several times
Size Bought:
6' 2"

My wife and I have backpacked all over the place over the years and have used numerous thermorests and sleeping pads. We purchased this originally to get my mom out in a tent up in Denali national parkas it fits perfectly in our three person tent. I finally got a chance to sleep on it over the past couple of weeks. It takes camping to a whole new level. No back pain or waking up every time you roll over. It has a built in pillow even if you don’t want to bring one. It does take about 5 min to fill up with the pump and I wouldn’t do it by hands unless you absolutely had to. But when weight isn’t an issue, (rafting, canoeing, front country camping, atving, or even bike camping while pulling a trailer, I would bring this. Makes so much of a difference. Pretty compact to as it can roll up smaller than a normal sleeping pad. Most of the weight comes from the pump. I might even backpack it and split the pad and the pump with your partner. Would only be about 2 lbs a piece that way. Highly recommend it.

Joshua G