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Therm-a-Rest MondoKing 3D Sleeping Pad

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    MondoKing 3D Sleeping Pad

    Forget peas, with the Therm-a-Rest MondoKing 3D Sleeping Pad inflated beneath your toasty sleeping bag, you won't even notice if you've set up camp on a field of frozen rocks. The biggest pad yet in Therm-a-Rest's collection, it's designed for the utmost comfort camping in any season. Vertical sidewalls enhance the MondoKing's sleeping surface by 20 percent, and the foam core ensures winter-worthy warmth.

    • Therm-a-Rest's largest sleeping pad provides the comfort of home
    • High R-value delivers warmth during the coldest nights
    • Dual valves ensure speedy inflation at the campsite
    • Compressible foam core packs down efficiently
    • New and improved stuff sack includes easy-carry handles
    • Item #CAS00EJ

    Tech Specs

    ⚠️ WARNING
    This product can expose you to chemicals including toluene, which are known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. P65Warnings.ca.gov
    Material
    75D polyester, urethane foam
    Style
    self-inflating
    Shape
    rectangular
    Dimensions
    [large] 77 x 25 x 4in, [xx-large] 80 x 30 x 4in
    R-Value
    11.4
    Temperature Rating
    -40F
    Stuff Sack
    yes
    Packed Size
    [large] 26 x 7in, [xx-large] 31 x 7in
    Claimed Weight
    [large] 5lb 8oz, [xx-large] 6lb 12oz
    Recommended Use
    weekend camping, winter camping
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    Car Camping Must!

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

    If you are looking for a great night rest, without putting in the work. This pad is the one. . While everyone was stressing and taking a while to pump up their air mattress. I was able to take it out of the case, set it out, open the valve. And the pad did the rest. I was able to walk away and come back to a inflated bed. WITHIN MINUTES! If you didn't want to wait, super easy to blow it up yourself.

    This pad was not only soft, but incredibly comfortable. I felt like I was sleeping on a cloud. Giving me a good nights rest. I was in warmer temps, so I didn't get to test in colder weather. So Ill have to give an updated review.

    One Pad to rule them all

      It was said that one day, such a pad would come into existence that would put the comfort of all others to shame. As good as or BETTER than a regular mattress. A magic mattress.

      That day is today.

      The backpackers hiss in disgust. "5lbs for a sleeping pad????" The car glampers peeked out of their festival tents, "why would I replace my perfectly good air mattress and my obnoxious pump?"

      Chances are if you're looking at this pad you have characteristics that set you apart from the mewling masses. You desire luxury, the finer things in life. Smores made with artisinal graham crackers, homemade marshmallows, and Peruvian chocolate made with 100% cacoa. Chacos and Canada Goose jackets. OR maybe you have back problems? Regardless, you know that you deserve a level of comfort heretofore undreamt of in the woods.

      Come my friends! Be not afraid! I tell thee I am a side sleeper, one who was content to wake up with soreness! I say no longer. For insulation, this pad's R-value is better than anything else available in winter, nothing else comes close. Did you read that it's rated to -40 in the description? Magic.

      Blowing up a sleeping pad was never something I considered an unnecessary burden, but oh boyyyy do I like this self inflating aspect. It inflated in maybe a few minutes? I have no idea what kind of witchcraft was going on. Magic.

      No issues with bottoming out. I had no problems deflating it either. Magic? Magic

      I would also never take this anywhere but camping right next to or beside a car. Being that I adventure with friends and family who don't want anything more than digging in within state parks with accessibility to hikes, bathrooms, and a car this made sense as an investment. I would never take this anywhere but camping right next to or inside a car though. It's pricey but worth every penny for anyone with back issues like my dad. I'll probably get him one so we can go camping again. His back's gotten worse in recent years so I'm actually really glad Therm-a-Rest had him in mind. Magic.

      mondo upgrade

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

      After years of numb spots from thin backpacking pads and cheaptastic Costco mattresses that went flat in the night, we finally realized we were too old for that **** and invested in these bad boys. And....my friends....oh my god. I laid one out on the floor, went to a brutal day at work, and tried it out when I returned. Fell asleep right there. Its maiden voyage was a 40 degree Colorado early spring night, and I was as warm as I usually am in the desert when it's 60. Comfort for days, insulation for weeks. Never going back.

      The pad of all pads!

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      This pad is called the mondo king for a reason! Once inflated, its 4-inches of thickness makes it more comparable to a mattress than a pad, and it's definitely the comfiest sleeping pad I've ever slept on. The thickness gives you the option to fill it to your desired support level, which I really liked.

      First use, the self-inflating function is a little slower, so be sure to give ample time to inflate. But no need to worry, because you can also use an approved pump or blow into the valves if you need to inflate quicker.

      Once you've had a good nights rest on the tent gorund, in the back of your truck, or maybe even on a friend's floor, you can release the valves and it deflates easily by rolling up from the non-pump side.

      Only downside is the storage size, which is pretty large once rolled up and wrapped in the carrying case cover. It is about as wide as a standard sleeping bag, but the length of two. So I wouldn't recommend for any sort of backpacking, but well worth it for the types of uses I mentioned above. 5 out of 5!