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Big Agnes Hinman Sleeping Pad

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Product title: Big Agnes Hinman Sleeping Pad


The Big Agnes Hinman self-inflating sleeping pad makes inflation, deflation, and micro-adjusting the firmness easier than ever. These pads are a great choice for those looking for a durable pad for supreme insulation in colder temps.

  • Warm and comfortable self-inflating pads ideal for year-round use
  • Stretchy, soft polyester exterior fabric makes for a soft, cushiony yet very durable sleeping surface
  • High-density foam provides great cushion, insulation and comfort
  • Two-way pull-tab valve allows for easy inflation, deflation, & micro adjustments
  • Horizontal coring in thicker models reduces packed size and decreases weight
  • Includes two compression straps
  • Manufacturer guarantee against manufacturing or material defect

Big Agnes Hinman Sleeping Pad Technical Specifications

R-Value 5
Top Fabric Stretch fabric
Bottom Fabric Durable polyester
Core Solid foam

What is an R-Value? Pads provide bed-like comfort from rocks and dirt, but more importantly, they insulate you from the ground. All Big Agnes pads feature a proven R-Value. It's a rating that shows the insulating properties of a sleeping pad. Summer camping at low elevation - look for a lower R-Value Camping spring through fall - look for R3 or higher. In simple terms - the higher the number, the warmer the pad.

Rated 5.0 stars
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    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 stars
    1 year ago
    Surprisingly comfortable

    I'll be honest: I purchased this (on sale) because of its affordability. I didn't have great expectations, but I've been pleasantly surprised to discover that I sleep soundly and comfortably on it - despite being a side sleeper with back pain issues. I do use a closed cell foam pad underneath for greater comfort/warmth. It struck me as awkward to carry until I realized that, rolled up tightly, it tucks nicely under my pack's brain. If you aren't obsessed with ultralight gear, this works well as an economical backpacking pad.

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