Lugging around heavy sleeping pads isn't fun, and in respect of this basic truth, the Sea to Summit Comfort Plus SI Sleeping Pad strikes a magical note between lightweight efficiency and plush backcountry loungability. At a sumptuous 2in deep, the Comfort Plus is still less than 2lb heavy, meaning your layover day at Lake of the Crags in GTNP can be more relaxing than you ever expected. So bring a book, leave the hammock, and for once in your life, just relax.
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