Exped Sim Comfort Duo 7.5 Sleeping Pad

Exped Sim Comfort Duo 7.5 Sleeping Pad
Exped Sim Comfort Duo 7.5 Sleeping Pad
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Sim Comfort Duo 7.5 Sleeping Pad by Exped
Exped's Sim Comfort Duo 7. 5 Sleeping Pad provides a cushy sleep in cold weather for two, and hook-and-loop straps fold the pad for solo camps.

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SKU: XPD001H
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