Big Agnes SLX Tent Floor Pad

Big Agnes SLX Tent Floor Pad
Big Agnes SLX Tent Floor Pad
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SLX Tent Floor Pad by Big Agnes
Your double sleeping bag now has the sleeping pad of its dreams-the SLX Tent Floor Pad from Big Agnes. A 50in width fits two who like to get cozy or one who sleeps spread eagle, and large outer chambers keep air in the center so you won't end up with a hipbone digging into the ground at 2am. When the ground gets cooler in late fall, WRM HL high-loft synthetic top layer provides sleeping bag warmth-without the sleeping bag-though, you'll want that too when temps drop. If things do heat up, heat reflection deflects rising temps to keep you comfortable throughout the night whether you're camping at low elevation in May or high elevation in August.

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SKU: BAGZ295
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