"In Stock" means this item is ready to ship. Orders placed before 3pm EST using Ship Speeds of 1-5 Days will ship SAME DAY. Orders using 5-10 day shipping will ship within one business day.
"Ship Date" means we'll special-order the product for you and this is the date we expect your shipment to leave our warehouse.
"Oversized" means the item is too large for 5-10 Day Shipping (Free over $49) and can only be shipped via 4-5 Day Shipping. Additional shipping charges may apply.
"Freight" means the item is too large for 5-10 Day Shipping (Free over $49) and must be shipped by truck freight for an additional fee. Someone must be present to accept delivery so we will call to schedule.
If you have any questions, please Live Chat one of our sort of smart customer experience personnel.
If you are one of the few that enjoy speaking to real human, please call 877-666-7352
The Nemo Cosmo Insulated 20R Sleeping Pad is an air mattress for cold weather backpacking. Rated for temperatures between 15°F to 25°F, you'll not only be up off the cold ground, but a layer of PrimaLoft® on the inside adds warmth. Don't waste your breath by pumping this pad up with your own lung power, instead use the built-in foot pump for a quick fill. You'll be ready to sleep in no time and with the raised baffle at the head end, your head gets a little extra support. Rest easy without any rocks poking you in the back.
Products on Sale are Discontinued Styles or Colors.
FEATURES of the Nemo Cosmo Insulated 20R Sleeping Pad
Integrated foot pump is fast and efficient, and vastly superior to using your lungs, especially after a day on the trail
Lateral baffles are less noticeable than vertical baffles, which align more with your limbs. Plus, lateral baffles prevent the pad from curling under your weight
Oversized pillow baffle at the head end provides extra loft under your head and prevents your camp pillow from sliding off the end
Cosmo pads pack small and offer big comfort in a tiny package
Cosmo insulated uses a unique manufacturing process to bond a layer of primaloft synergy to the exterior laminate fabric for consistent and even insulation coverage
Packed size of Cosmo series sleeping pads in comparison to a camp stove
Large pillow baffle at the head end of the pad ensures that your pillow doesn't slide off in the middle of the night and gives a couple extra inches of height for supreme sleeping comfort
A large dump valve quickly expels air so that you can takedown in a flash
Included Accessories: Compression strap, drawstring stuff sack, repair kit
8.5 x 5 in.
Sleeping Pad Fabric:
75D PU Polyester Ripstop
Repair Kit Included, Insulated, Compression Straps, Stuff Sack Included
Sleeping Pad Shape:
Sleeping Pad Thickness:
Sleeping Pad Dimensions:
20 x 72 in.
PrimaLoft was originally developed to serve as a water resistant, synthetic alternative to goose down for the U.S. Army. Since then PrimaLoft has been a leader in insulation and fabric technologies in the outdoor industry, and is used by the top outerwear and clothing brands to craft pieces that offer warmth without bulky weight, packablity, and both water resistance and breathability for all your outdoor adventures.
Rated 5 out of
Cosmo Insulated 20R sleeping PadAfter receiving my NEMO pad I immediately tried it out in my Big Agnes Encampment sleeping bag which was also a new purchase. So on the living room floor I found this 3" pad extremely comfortable. It has a marvelous built in foot pump which made blowing it up a breeze. However after lying in my new bag I decided that the 20" pad was not wide enough for me. So, I returned the NEMO and ordered the Cosmo Insulated 25" pad and sent back my bag and exchanged it for a larger bag to accommodate my new pad that is on the way.
I will keep everyone posted when my new equipment arrives.
Date published: 2016-05-14
Rated 2 out of
I would rather get punched than use a padI ordered a smaller pad this time. I have tried the 30XL and 25. Both aired up easily enough. The difference with the 20 is the valves are a pain in the butt to open. I opened the stuff sack, took off the velcro strap, unrolled the pad, and attempted to open the valve before using the foot pump. It wouldn't open. I tried and tried, and was as careful as possible. Finally, it opened. I pumped up the pad, but when I tried to lay on my side testing it, my hip sunk to the floor. So I got up, and attempted to open the dump valve to deflate this thing. It wouldn't open, and I didn't want to put a ton of force because I didn't want to damage it. I opened the valve used to air up this pad by mouth, and slowly rolled up this pad for return. It's a bit heavy. The best part of this pad, in my opinion, is the packability, but that's not enough for me to use it. I will go back to sleeping on the ground.