FEATURES of the Nemo Tensor Insulated 25 Mummy Sleeping Pad
Spaceframe baffles (die-cut trusses of low-stretch fabric) eliminate the springiness found in competitor pads
Creates a more stable sleep surface, better for rolling side-to-side and for keeping your elbows off the ground when reading a book
Undulating Lateral Baffles offer the most comfortable and unobtrusive topography for sleeping pads
Metalized film layer provides insulation while maintaining an ethereal weight
The height, stability, quietfabrics, and paltry weight and packed size make this series the ultimate in ultralight pad design
Thermal mirror featherweight aluminized film reflects radiant heat
Included Accessories: Compression strap, drawstring stuff sack, repair kit
Sleeping Pad Fabric:
20D PU Polyester Ripstop
9.5 x 3.5 in.
Repair Kit Included, Insulated, Compression Straps, Stuff Sack Included
Sleeping Pad Shape:
Sleeping Pad Thickness:
Sleeping Pad Dimensions:
76 x 25 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
Incredibly Comfortable, Lightweight, & Waterproof?I initially purchased this pad after hearing good things from both a friend at EMS and from my camping partner. I accidentally got this size (the larger one), which I actually am really happy about because I move around quite a bit when I sleep. This pad is incredibly comfortable to sleep on, the larger size allows a small woman to roll around side to side and not fall off, and is super lightweight.
BONUS - my camping partner and I were out this past weekend and camping in torrential downpours in the White Mountains. Our tent got pretty wet inside and the bottom of this sleeping pad took quite a big of water without impacting warmth and without absorbing it on the top. This may be obvious, given that it's a sleeping pad and not a sleeping bag, but I feel like I could take this in a pool and have the water just shed right off the bottom afterward (okay, probably not actually submersed in a pool).
My only drawback to this one is that it takes quite a few breaths to blow up - unlike my previous pad, which was a bit heavier and smaller, but only took about 12 breaths to have a fully inflated pad.