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Laurel A Rodger

Laurel A Rodger

Laurel A Rodgerwrote a review of on July 8, 2019

2 5

Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

When I saw this pad I thought I had finally found the one I had been looking for. Sure it is a little heavier than most of the therm-a-rest pads, but at that price I felt it was worth a few extra ounces. The fact that there was no R value made this pad hard to compare to others, but in the description it says that it is good down to 15 degrees. THIS IS NOT THE CASE. After a couple of chilly nights I was confused and went to the Big Agnes website. THIS PAD IS ONLY RATED TO 32 DEGREES. I returned this pad and have informed Backcountry a couple of times and as yet they have not updated the stats on the web site.

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