ALPS Mountaineering Foundation Sleeping Pad

ALPS Mountaineering Foundation Sleeping Pad
ALPS Mountaineering Foundation Sleeping Pad
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Foundation Sleeping Pad by ALPS Mountaineering
The Alps Mountaineering Foundation Sleeping Pad offers premium comfort, durability, and lightweight packability (regular size) when you backpack the Pacific Crest trail or pitch a tent for the evening. The pad's double line ripstop top and polyester taffeta bottom provide durability, and the jet stream foam gives plush comfort for a great night's rest. This self-inflating pad features a non-corrosive brass valve for fast inflation and long-lasting use. The anti-slip Alps top logo prevents your sleeping bag from sliding around.

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SKU: ALM000M
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