AIRE 4" Ultra Landing Pad

Color: Red
Width: 30"
Sale price$259.00


The AIRE 4" Landing Pads are perfect for River trips, camping and much more. After a thrilling day of boating, crash out on Landing Pads. AIRE sleeping pads are designed to provide extra comfort and good night's sleep on a river trip.

This is a quality pad for a great price. This is the pad of choice from CKS Staff!

  • Constructed with a rugged PVC exterior
  • Comfortable foam interior
  • Reinforced corners prevent wear and tear
  • Self-inflating
  • Doubles as a cooler or dry box seat pad on rafts and catarafts
  • 2 cinch down straps
  • Comes with a storage sack
  • Overall dimensions: 78" x 30" x 4"
  • Waterproof
  • Summit II valve
Pro Tip

We have found that the foam in self-inflating PVC sleeping pads keeps its comfy memory best when pads are stored unrolled when not in use. The foam compresses when it's stored rolled for long periods of time and becomes less effective and cushiony. Always remember to let your pad fully inflate on its own before pumping to your desired firmness.

We want to ensure that you are getting the best gear, with the best service, at the best price!

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