Light, quiet, and stable, Nemo Equipment's Vector Sleeping Pad offers a cozy night's sleep whether you decide to give it a go on the kitchen floor, on a slab of granite in the alpine, or on the floor of your backpacking tent (we suggest the latter). Its treated polyester fabric helps to keep the pad's weight down to just over a pound and is quiet, so you can roll freely from side to side, without worrying about waking your tent mate. The Vector is built around Nemo's Space Frame baffle construction, which helps to eliminate side-to-side movement for a more stable night's sleep. Nemo Equipment even added a thin aluminized later to the mat to help reflect body heat back towards you as you sleep for even cozier night's sleep.
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