As the name implies, the Kelty Tru. Comfort Camp Bed Single is a sleeping pad that offers nothing but the softest, dreamiest night's rest. The included stuff sack doubles as a fuss-free pump--you simply remove the pad, use the stuff sack to trap air, and then push that air into the Vortex valve on the sleeping pad. It takes 2 to 3 sacks of air to fill, and doesn't leave you out of breath at the end of the process. Once filled, the horizontal baffle and vertical sidewall construction provide a wide and smooth sleeping surface, even if you miss a pine cone or two, and a toasty layer of insulation keeps the cold ground from getting to you while you snooze.
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