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Sea To Summit Comfort Light Insulated Sleeping Pad

$169.95 - $189.95

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    4 Reviews


    Coziness in a cold world.

    Sometimes it's worth it to add a little extra weight for a lot of extra warmth. The Sea To Summit Comfort Light Insulated Sleeping Pad keeps you warm and comfy on cold nights, and at well under two pounds it's still lightweight enough for backpacking.

    Air Sprung cells evenly distribute pressure so the pad conforms to your body for a comfier feel than with traditional baffle construction. Thermalite insulation traps warm air and protects you from the cold ground, and Exkin Platinum thermal technology uses a super thin lightweight metalized layer to reflect heat back to your body for even more cozy goodness. The Hybrid-layer design uses dual-layer construction in the torso for maximum comfort and insulation, and single-layer construction in the head and legs keeps weight down and increases packability. The tough, 40D nylon face resists tears so it doesn't get shredded by rocky terrain.

    The multi-function, one-way valve makes inflation easier, and it has a button you can press to slowly release air for fine-tuned comfort. A rapid air dump port lets you deflate the pad quickly when you're ready to pack up camp. It also comes with a stuff sack for convenient storage and a repair kit so you can fix rips when you're out in the middle of nowhere.

    • 40D nylon face fabric
    • Air Sprung cells
    • Thermlite insulation
    • Exkin Platinum reflective layer
    • Hybrid-layer technology
    • Antimicrobial treatment
    • Multi-function valve
    • Includes stuff sack and repair kit
    • Item #STS001H

    Tech Specs

    air pad
    [small] 66 x 21.5 in, [regular] 72 x 21.5 in, [large] 79 x 25 in
    Stuff Sack
    Packed Size
    [small & regular] 4.5 x 9 in, [large] 4.5 x 10 in
    Claimed Weight
    [small] 1 lb 3.5 oz, [regular] 1 lb 4.5 oz, [large] 1 lb 8.5 oz
    Recommended Use
    hiking & camping, backpacking
    Manufacturer Warranty

    Tech Specs

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    Dog tested and approved

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I used this pad with the pack pump and loved how easy it was to inflate with that handy little thing. It has a nice baffel so it will hold the air in between pumps as well and can be inflated within minutes by mouth as well. The insulation helped keep me super warm in cooler temps. I had a 65 lb lab that shared it with me. If your worried about a medium sized dog popping this, its will hold its ground and air. This was extremely comfortable on my back, but I'm a side sleeper and the pad had to be fully inflated to comfortable side sleep.

    My only down side was that I accidentally had a size large and it was way to big. It didn't really fit in my two person tent. The large is made for someone that is like 6'5" and i'm 6'2" A medium would have been a better size for me.

    Compact and comfortable

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This sleeping pad is surprising light and easy to inflate. The cousin allows for me to get a good night's rest and isn't loud. The insulation was a good choice too!

    Good Balance

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Great balance of weight, warmth and comfort. I have used a number of sleeping pads over the years and I think this is my favorite. I was going to go with a neoair but they make too much noise for me. This pad is really comfortable and doesn't make much noise when you roll around.

    Alaska worthy

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I opted for this one because : I live in colder climates(Alaska), so highest R-Value, vs Pack size , weight, comfort and price. I am pretty nerdy about gear, and make charts for these things. This pad won, and after two trips I am still happy, both were cold nights high 30s - low 40s and i could feel the bag giving me heat back from my body, and pretty comfortable.

    Is it the most comfortable pad out there? Probably not, but sea to summit make good products, and won according to what i needed it for compared to about 20 other products. If you want me to make a chart for your location and use, hit me up and i will do so.

    Unanswered Question

    Would you recommend this pas for winter camping? i.e. Alpine touring