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Secret Asian Man

Secret Asian Manwrote a review of on May 30, 2012

5 5

Just returned from New Zealand using this on The Routeburn Track and the Abel Tasman National Park Track. Couldn't have asked for a better sleeping pad. Small enough to pack nicely in my backpack. Normally I'm a back sleeper, but I had to roll over a few times on my side. Still rather comfortable on my side. At first it seemed like pumping seemed like it would take forever, but before I knew it, the pad was inflated. Deflating was a breeze. Nights that went down to 30 degrees, I was still "warm" and never felt the ground. Definitely recommend.

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Secret Asian Manwrote a review of on August 15, 2011

4 5

For the money, this pad is a great option. It's definitely better than your typical foam pad. I just took it on a week long trip out in the parks and forests of West Viriginia. I'm sure there are plenty of better pads out there, but this is not a bad option by any means. It is light, packs down to a decent size (about 1.80 times the size of a typical Nalgene bottle, and has cinch straps and a stuff sack to keep it compact. I was able to get it on SteepandCheap for $36, so how could I say no?

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Secret Asian Manwrote a question about on April 26, 2009

For those of you who have this pack, there are two female clips on only one side of the pack that don't have corresponding male clips. If you are looking at the pack as if someone is wearing it and walking in front of you, the clips are on the right side. One is sewn on the stretch woven water bottle panel. The second one is above it but underneath the compression straps. Anyone know what is their use?

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