– Cheektowaga NY
Likes: Hands down the most comfortable night of sleep I've had camping. The pad is comfortable and full. Excellent.
Dislikes: So, I'm a big guy and the side baffles hold me in place. Like a hug, a little too tight of a hug. I'm sure that is just me getting used to it.
Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer
Likes: Easy to inflate, comfortable while laying on your back or side, rolls neatly back up for tight storage in the stuff sack.
Dislikes: Could be slightly warmer; low-mid R value.
– Vero Beach FL
Likes: Very comfortable so far. As for the temp range, I can't say yet. I haven't used this under 60 degrees. I was able to inflate this in less than a minute using around 10 breaths. I have not slipped off yet which is a good sign. I would say the 2.5 inched of thickness is optimistic, but I did not
Touch the ground while on my side.
Dislikes: Valve is a little tricky.
– Downey CA
Likes: Its fast to blow up and put away light super light
Dislikes: ....nothing its great
– Union City PA PA
Likes: Very light weight, small packed size.
Dislikes: Its takes more than 10 breaths to fill this, more like 15. But its still easy and fast to do.
– Hazleton PA
Likes: Lightweight and packs small, about the size of a soda can. Very comfortable to sleep on. Inflates in about 12 breathes. I would highly recommend.
Dislikes: So small you could lose it (if that is a problem)
– Palm Desert CA
Likes: Long enough. Warm. light full inflatable comfort. Bomb proof design. The inflating valve is a great design where no air is lost in locking it down. Extremely high value.
– Amarillo TX
Likes: This is hands down the best bad I have ever slept on. That, coupled with the amazing price is hard to beat.
– Gulfstream FL
Likes: Great for someone who sleeps on their side. Packs small and light weight
– Gainesville GA
Likes: This pad is very comfortable. It packs up very small and is light. I didn't slide off the pad during the night. Highly recommend for three season backpacking.
Dislikes: I don't think this pad would keep your warm below 40 degrees.
– Lawson MO
Likes: Packs really small & is lightweight. You don't slide around on it like other pads.
Dislikes: not real warm in cold weather
– Los Angeles CA
Likes: First of all, this thing is really comfortable. The weird looking air baffles create a nice double benefit of a thick cushion of air and little negative spaces that your body heats up, giving a little extra warmth. True to the description, this only takes about 9 deep breaths to fill. I'm 6'2" and about 160 and I can get my entire body on this without hanging over the top or bottom and when lying flat there are no weird saggy parts. One of the coolest things is that this packs down to just a little taller but about the same diameter as a coke can. Really light, but also super comfortable, I'm surprised this hasn't gotten more attention.
Dislikes: Everything is good so far. Haven't had it for long enough to speak on long-term durability yet.
– Syracuse NY
Likes: Super light and comfortable, one of the best nights sleep.
– BELLINGHAM WA
Likes: Excellent pad for weight savings. Can't beat the size in its stuff sack.
Dislikes: I found my arms laying in the channels between the inflated padding, which was not very comfortable for me (nor my wife). The other issue I had is it felt like a 20" wide pad when inflated...not 23". When measuring the part that was actually inflated, it was only about 21" wide.
Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer
Likes: very easy to blow up and perfect for high mountain hikes . packs well