NEMO Equipment Inc. Vector Insulated Sleeping Pad

NEMO Equipment Inc. Vector Insulated Sleeping Pad
NEMO Equipment Inc. Vector Insulated Sleeping Pad
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Vector Insulated Sleeping Pad by NEMO Equipment Inc.
If your bed back home is the same tiny old twin bed propped up on cinder blocks that you first got when you moved into the dorms your freshman year of college, then Nemo Equipment's Vector Insulated Sleeping Pad will probably make you reluctant to go back to civilization after a week in the wilderness. This insulated air pad is great for temps ranging between 15- and 25-degrees and includes Nemo Equipment's space frame baffle construction to eliminate side-to-side movement for a stable and comfy night's sleep--if only those teetering cinder blocks back home could say the same. A light aluminized layer make the pad warm enough for cold winter and shoulder season outings, and the integrated foot pump makes inflating this pad a breeze.

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SKU: NEM0097
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