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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. Thermolite 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.
- A midweight sleeping pad for summer adventures
- Air Sprung cells distribute pressure for maximum comfort
- 40D ripstop nylon can withstand wear and tear
- Thermolite insulation keeps you toasty
- Multi-function valve for easy inflation
- Stuff sack and repair kit are included
- Anti-microbial treatment keeps your tent feeling fresh
- Item #STS005Q
What do you think about this product?
August 1, 2019
I use this for some summertime trips, there's not really a need for the insulation but it doesn't hurt. It packs pretty small, maybe the size of a waterbottle/nalgene, but it's light weight! The pump system is easy, it just takes a little time. Snag it!
June 7, 2019
Feedback from a friend who had never been backpacking before: "The pros of the sleeping pad were that it was light weight and easy to inflate. The cons were that the pad made a lot of noise when I moved around at night, and it did not provide that much comfort when I slept on it. I didn’t get the best or worst sleep of my life on the pad. My sleep was just average. " I probably should have set him up with a thicker pad on his first time. Honestly wasn't that loud (I slept right next to him for three nights and am light sleeper.) Being the good friend that I am, I used a 4" pad, the Sea To Summit Ether Light XT Insulated Sleeping Pad on the same trip (I have a bad back). It's the same brand, comparable weight, and packs down to the same dimensions. Not sure why you wouldn't just get that one.
May 30, 2019
Awesome sleeping bag
May 9, 2019
This pad was light, easy to pack away, and very quick to inflate. I slept great on it, so no complaints here. I took it camping in the snow once and it did it's job well.
May 10, 2018
Awesome sleeping pad
Super quick to inflate, doesn't take much air at all. It's pretty thin compared to some pads and I thought that might compromise some of the comfort but on the contrary, I think this pad is just as comfortable as any other that may be thicker. High R-Value keeps you nice and insulated at night however I have not tested the pad in temps lower than upper 40's. In the new models, your stuff sack also doubles as an air pump making inflation even easier!
May 20, 2019
Does this model include the stuff sack that doubles as an aid in filling it with air?
June 12, 2019
Hi Cecelia, This model does not include the stuff sack that can also inflate the pad, it is sold separately.