ALPS Mountaineering Nebula Insulated Air Mat

ALPS Mountaineering Nebula Insulated Air Mat
ALPS Mountaineering Nebula Insulated Air Mat
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Nebula Insulated Air Mat by ALPS Mountaineering
You'd like to get out camping and backpacking as often as you can, but if cold grounds and restless sleep aren't in your plans, then pick up the Alps Mountaineering Nebula Insulated Air Mat. This lightweight and packable sleeping pad can pack down small into any pack, and boasts three-season performance and protection from colder ground temps. With an R Value of 3, the Nebula Insulated can join you on late fall trips to the desert and spring excursions in the mountains. Its pillow-like air chambers provide a supportive and comfortable sleeping surfaces, while the flat valve makes it easy inflate and deflate when you're setting up or breaking down camp.

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SKU: ALM005C
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