NEMO Equipment Inc. Tensor Alpine Ultralight Mountaineering Sleeping Pad

NEMO Equipment Inc. Tensor Alpine Ultralight Mountaineering Sleeping Pad
NEMO Equipment Inc. Tensor Alpine Ultralight Mountaineering Sleeping Pad
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Tensor Alpine Ultralight Mountaineering Sleeping Pad by NEMO Equipment Inc.
The Nemo Tensor Sleeping Pad is an ultralight, easily packable pad for backpacking and mountaineering in winter. It's surprisingly stable for a sub-pound pad thanks to Nemo's Spaceframe baffles, and the Thermal Mirror film reflects your body heat for boost of warmth. The included Vortex pump sack lets you pump up the bag without wasting your breath. The micro-valve stays out of the way when you're packing, and it provides easy inflation/deflation just like regular-sized valves.

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SKU: NEM0091
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