NEMO Equipment Inc. Cosmo Air Sleeping Pad

NEMO Equipment Inc. Cosmo Air Sleeping Pad
NEMO Equipment Inc. Cosmo Air Sleeping Pad
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Cosmo Air Sleeping Pad by NEMO Equipment Inc.
Whether you're camping in the summer or backpacking in the fall or spring, the Nemo Equipment Inc. Cosmo Air Sleeping Pad is sure to keep you nice and cozy while you sleep. Even though it stuffs down to about the size of a Jetboil stove, this pad's lateral I-beam baffles raise up to about four inches in order to keep you off the bumpy ground throughout the night. These baffles also offer more support and stability than most conventional sleeping pads, and the pad features a pillow-inspired baffle for extra support at your head that doesn't add any weight whatsoever. Additionally, Nemo made the pad out of a durable yet plush polyester fabric that's tear-resistant, quiet, and comfortable. An integrated foot pump lets your leg do all the work involved with inflating instead of your lungs. And, when you're breaking down camp for a long hike, stuff this pad in its included stuff sack so you can minimize the amount of space it takes up in your pack.

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SKU: NEM006D
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Manufactured by NEMO Equipment Inc.
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