You don't need to choose between getting a super comfy pad that's a little bit too much weight or packing an ultralight option that basically feels like you're sleeping on the ground, at least not with the light and supportive Nemo Equipment Tensore Sleeping Pad. This pad has been updated to not only give you more support than ever before, but to ultimately be quieter in the night to avoid the crinkles and crunches that you might get from other pads. The Spaceframe baffles deliver stability and weight distribution all night long, as well as a comfortable loft that'll turn bring the comforts of home to even the most rugged backcountry environments. There's an included pump sack to make inflation quicker and easier than ever before, and zero-profile valves that you'll hardly notice until they deflate your pad in an instant when it's time to pack up the campsite and hit the trail.
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