Deal of the Week: Sea to Summit Comfort Plus Sleeping Pad

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Deal of the Week: Sea to Summit Comfort Plus Sleeping Pad

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Sea to Summit’s Comfort Plus won an Editors’ Choice Award in 2015 for its innovative dual-air chambers. Apart from being extra plush, that means if one side of the sleeping pad fails, you’ll still have the other to keep you off the ground. It also has a fantastic pillow-top mattress feel, making it ideal to use with just a quilt in the summer and warmer months. The Comfort Plus is 2.5 inches thick when inflated and has an R-value of 2.5. At 1 pound, 9 ounces, it’s not the lightest on the market, but still a great sleeping pad for camping from late spring to early fall. It’s 35 percent off its $200 list price at Backcountry.com.

$130; Buy Now



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