NRS Large Paco Sleeping Pad

NRS Large Paco Sleeping Pad
NRS Large Paco Sleeping Pad
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Large Paco Sleeping Pad by NRS
There's nothing worse than sleeping on a soggy pad after an exhausting, full day of paddling. Avoid this on your next river trip with the self-inflating NRS Large Paco Sleeping Pad. A high-density urethane foam inside a welded industrial-strength PVC pouch provides ultimate sleeping comfort and durability, and it prevents moisture from collecting. The six-foot length accommodates most paddlers. You can even roll it up to use as a comfy backrest while out on the water.

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