Nightlight Sleeping Pad (Torso length)

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Excellent Review by Horny Toad/Ryan PCT 2013
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Used this pad in conjunction with GG Gorilla pack. Hiked the PCT this past year. Would do the same thing again. The only down side is that the pad does compress after about a month of continuous use as backpack padding and as your sleeping pad. To solve this, I just had a new one sent to me about every 4-6 weeks. It is the best light weight to comfort option that I have found so far. I like this product very much. (Posted on 1/1/14)
Great Product Review by Nathan
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I purchased two of these for my scout age boys to use with their quilts. They love them, and it gives their packs some support. (Posted on 7/29/13)
Perfect Pad Review by Rebeldawg63
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Use this pad in my winter setup under my neo air pad to give it more insulation and it fits in the new Murmur Hyperlight pack.
It's very lightweight and you can use it to sleep on if you aren't a side sleeper like me. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. (Posted on 2/28/12)
Take two! Review by Lady at 60
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I carry twoTorso length Nightlite Sleeping Pads. Two together are lighter and longer than one 3/4 length. I am absolutely comfortable. (Posted on 11/23/11)
You seldom need more Review by 59 & going strong
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This is an extremely light weight, efficient, and high quality item. I really wanted to cut the amount of weight having used a Thermorest pad for years. At 25 oz. for a 3/4 length pad, that was just too much weight. I considered going back to my original, ensolite pad or a modern equivalent, but they provide too little padding. Other more modern pads that inflate or have other innovative features were just too expensive to justify. I tried this pad and it worked well for several weeks in the Grand Canyon, on other trips, and for almost everything. I sleep on my back mostly and it is fine for that providing adequate comfort and insulation. It provides slightly too little padding to the hips (5'11'', 170 lb) when sleeping on my side but not so bad as to require an alternative. Have not used this in snow so cannot comment on this. At $16.00, 3.5 oz. it's worth a try. (Posted on 7/5/11)
Minimalista, practico, y comodo Review by 43
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Es realmente ligero, muy práctico de acoplar en mi mochila ( mumur), en suelo suave va realmente bien y te cubre las espaldas nunca mejor dicho, creo que es un gran producto para su precio y calidad además evidentemente del uso al que va destinado. (Posted on 5/16/11)
5 stars isn't enough Review by Lint
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Relying solely on a torso pad might not be for everyone, but if you're serious about cutting weight and have the skills to choose good campsites, this is an excellent choice. I've been carrying the Nightlight Pad for years, and it blows any other closed cell foam pad out of the water. After destroying 4 different Thermarest Z pads on my '06 PCT hike, I switched to the Nightlight and carried ONE pad the whole length of the CDT the following year! It was pretty thrashed by the end, but still did the trick.

I carry a frameless rucksack style backpack, sans hip belt, and the Nightlight provides cushion and shape for my pack. It's the perfect shape, weighs next to nothing, keeps the cold ground from stealing my warmth, and even offers a cushy seat for breaks along the trail. Simple. Functional. Perfect.

Lint
IAT '03, AT '04, PCT '06, CDT '07, CT '08, PCT '09, AT '10 (Posted on 4/14/11)

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