Gold Armour Sleeping Pad - Ultralight Compact Inflatable Camping Pad for Backpacking Traveling Hiking Camping Air Cells Design for Better Stability and Support - Tested 2.5 R-Value
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- ✔ GREAT NIGHT SLEEP - No more sore back or annoying discomfort from every little rocks or leafs underneath! This 2.3" thick ultralight sleeping pad will provide optimal comfort, support, and warmth (R-value 2.5).
- ✔ ULTRALIGHT - Weighs 1.2lbs; Packed down size 10.6 inches x 3.9 inches; Inflated size 74.8 inches x 22 inches x 2.3 inches. Great for backpacking, camping, or traveling.
- ✔ REVOLUTIONARY DESIGN: Laminated 75D ripstop polyester and the TPU Layer provides a good balance between light weight and durability. 75D ripstop polyester is much stronger and durable compared to 20D Nylon fabric. Also it is virtually silent, waterproof, tearproof, slip resistant and reflects back radiant heat to the sleeper. No more crinkly or squeaky noise. Your perfect sleeping pad for using in your tent, in your sleeping bag, in your hammock, and etc.
- ✔ INFLATE / DEFLATE IN SECONDS - Easy-to-use air valve allows for quick inflation (in 10 - 15 breaths) and deflation (in seconds)
- ✔ BUILT TO LAST WITH LIFETIME WARRANTY - Durable and waterproof with ultralight 75D ripstop polyester and extruded TPU layer. 75D ripstop polyester is much stronger and durable compared to 20D Nylon fabric. Fully warranted against defects in materials and workmanship with a lifetime guarantee 1included by Gold Armour. Proud to be a US-Based company.
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Gold Armour sleeping pads are made of 75D ripstop polyester and the TPU Layer. Many sleeping pads on the market are made from a thin layer of 20D Nylon plastic. 75D ripstop polyester is much stronger, thicker and durable compared to 20D Nylon fabric.
The Gold Armour sleeping pad is virtually silent, waterproof, tearproof, slip resistant and reflects back radiant heat to the sleeper. No more crinkly or squeaky noise. Your perfect sleeping pad for using in your tent, in your sleeping bag, in your hammock, and etc.
ULTRALIGHT AND COMPACT
Weighs 1.2 lbs (uses much stronger and durable material compared to the competition). Packed down to as small as 10.6 inches x 3.9 inches Inflated size: 74.8 inches x 22 inches x 2.3 inches. This 2.3" thick ultralight sleeping pad will provide optimal comfort, support, and warmth (R-value 2.5).
SUPER EASY TO INFLATE AND DEFALTE
Easy-to-use air valve allows for quick inflation (in 10 - 15 breaths) and deflation (in seconds)
BUILT TO LAST WITH LIFETIME WARRANTY
Durable and waterproof with ultralight 75D ripstop polyester and extruded TPU layer. 75D ripstop polyester is much stronger and durable compared to 20D Nylon fabric. Fully warranted against defects in materials and workmanship with a lifetime guarantee included by Gold Armour. Proud to be a US-Based company.
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Okay, more on the pad: Just one of the problems with using a pad in a hammock is that the hammock curves in both directions - side to side and end to end, and that is hard for a pad to accommodate. So the result is generally unacceptable, especially to someone (me) who is not gifted with infinite patience. The way this pad is made, however, makes it easier for the pad to flex in both dimensions at the same time. so that's one advantage. Another advantage is that the fabric that the pad is made of makes it less likely to slip around inside of the hammock. So these two reasons are why I say that I may actually be able to use this pad in a hammock, and believe me, I am surprised to be saying that. Keep in mind, though, that so far I have lain on the pad in the hammock, but I have not tried to sleep overnight on it. So much yet to be seen.
* There is no insulation inside of the pad, other than (semi-) dead air space, so to what temperature can it be used comfortably?
* In cooler temps, whatever that winds up being, a pad extender "may" be necessary to wrap around your shoulders and hips to provide some insulation there, as well. Think Eno Hotspot. Of course, that adds weight, cost, and bulk, all good reasons why most people ultimately opt for an underquilt for a hammock, rather than a pad. Still, great pad for the money.
I will be testing this pad as nights begin to cool, and I will let you know what I find.
If you plan to only take 2-hour naps with this pad, then it will be perfect for you. But if you want to actually sleep outdoors comfortably overnight, then stay away from this pad.
Due to the thicker fabric, it is slightly larger than the one I compared it too, but it is still minuscule compared to my old therm-a-rest self inflating pads. About the size of one of those extra tall aluminum cans.
Makes a little noise when you move around on it, but it seems like it shouldn't be so loud that it will disturb others in the tent. We will see about warmth on my upcoming camping trip.
I'm not sure how it would do for camping or backpacking (you might want something with a greater insulation rating for the outdoors), but for sleeping on an airport floor in a pinch, it is perfect.
Comfortable for what it is (a cheap, lightweight pad)
Clothing makes a loud scratchy noise when you move on it.
Takes a few minutes to get all the air out of it so that you can stow it away in the little pouch
A side sleeper who is 250 pounds + will probably feel the floor through it on their hip (I did, but it wasn't intolerable)
The bad: While easy to inflate, I wish this pad could also be inflated with a pump. Not certain if mine had a slow leak because it felt like it got softer (not flat) overnight.