Big Agnes Insulated AXL Air Sleeping Pad

Big Agnes Insulated AXL Air Sleeping Pad
Big Agnes Insulated AXL Air Sleeping Pad
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Insulated AXL Air Sleeping Pad by Big Agnes
The Insulated AXL Air Sleeping Pad is the lightest insulated sleeping pad that Big Agnes has ever made. Made for spring-to-autumn temperatures, this AXL Air uses Primaloft insulation and a Mylar heat-reflective laminate to boost your own body heat back your way. The result is a sleeping pad perfected for campers and backpackers who need additional warmth for chilled evenings.

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SKU: BAGZ290
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