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Great pad for the price.
We purchased it for a gift for our daughter for her trip down the Grand Canyon, after years of her taking ours, she has one of her own.
Sleep well on an AIRE mat
Awesome product. Have used the mats on the river before. Now will use with standard camping as I sleep like a baby compared to other mats. Easy to use, solid, and water proof as long as you don't tear the extremely durable material.
After seeing these about for some time decided to try them out so i bought two. Not what i thought can't blow them up firm no internal baffles so your stuck with the thickness of the pad. Tried a Jacks Plastic out too. Same thing. The AIRE brand is the way to go due to price other than that exactly the same, the difference is so small it doesn't justify the price, i have both bought days apart.So if you have tried them out and know what your buying unlike me, they are tough and will be around for years. REMEMBER NOT LIKE A THERMA REST
Great waterproof pad with easy inflation
This pad is awesome! Took it on a week long self support rafting trip. It is made from the same material as rafts so it is water proof, it inflates quickly and rolls up compact. Perfect for bringing on a trip that you arent sure of the sleep conditions as you dont need to have sand or dirt to sleep on to still have a great nights rest.
Excellent product. Get the lighter color to avoid heating up in the sun!
Great product, I already owned one and needed to buy 2 more for the family. I bought one lime green and another dark blue. As soon as I submitted my order I noticed the dark blue cost about $20 more. I didn't care much about color, and now realizing the price difference wished I had bought 2 green ones. Also, once we hit the river, the dark blue one got super hot in the mid-day sun, yet another reason I should have bought the lighter color.But overall these are great, comparable to the old-school Paco's but with more standard valves on them. Better on price point as well.