Sleeping Pads: Members' Favorites for High Sierra Backpacking

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By Alex Wierbinski - Posted on 05 February 2016

Members Favorite

Sleeping Pads for High Sierra Backpacking 


Air Mattress

mttim                                        Thermarest

Zandar58                                 Thermarest Prolite Plus

cm crooker                              Thermarest  NeoAir Xterm xs  (Action shot)


Bruce Swanson 
gbrahaney                                 Big Agnes Insulated Air Core Mattress


Closed-Cell Foam 

AlexW                                      Old-School closed-cell Ridgerest


High Sierra Backpacker Four Season Gear List

Backpacker Gear List: Sleeping Gear


Additional Considerations 
I recently considered my sleeping pad with whole new eyes as I watched a fire engulf my stove, part of my tent, a patch of my campsite, and a bit of me before I could get it all under control.


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Best Sleeping Pads


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