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Inflatable Ultralight (Air Beam) Mattress

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Air Beam - Full Length (Wide)

Regular Price: $99.00

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Air Beam - Full Length (Regular)

Regular Price: $95.00

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Air Beam - 3/4 Length (Wide)

Regular Price: $92.00

Now only: $78.20

Air Beam - Torso Length (Regular)

Regular Price: $82.00

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Big wide pad for short wide guysReview by Allgood
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When the 3/4 wide came out all my dreams of pad for a man of large stature but short height was answered. Finally I had a pad that my arms would not fall off of the sides, and my broad shoulder fit well. Bonus only being 5'8" I finally had a pad that was meant for someone my height and didn't have a 1/2 foot or more wasted at the end. The Pad also is remarkably firm and when fully inflated I was unable to bottom it out when on my side.

Only complaint is the pad lacks an insulation layer besides of course the air inside it. I fins if I use my sit light pad or torso pad form the back of kumo I can insulate the cold ground and provide an extra level of protection for the pad. (Posted on 7/23/15)
Pleasant SurpriseReview by BeeKeeper
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I was looking for a more compact and lighter weight option. The most popular option was not an option for me due to the noise, thus when I heard about this option, I decided to give it a try. I'm a light sleeper, and sleep on the cold side. I'm also a side sleeper who tends toward night hip pain when sleeping the ground. My previous mat was the first I found where I didn't experience hip pain, so as you can imagine I was nervous about switching, but was motivated by weight and packed size.

I got the 1/8" Thinlight pad to use on conjunction with the regular size Air Beam. I'm 5'4" and it's a bit short for full body use, but I adapted by using my pack under my head as part of my pillow system. I use the Thinlight pad under the Air Beam when it's hot out and I don't want any R value. An added benefit is that it prevents any slippage on sloping ground. When it's cooler I use the Thinlight on top of the Air Beam. I've used this combination down to the low 20's and have been perfectly comfortable. I've found by under inflating the pad, I don't experience any hip pain. The width is quite narrow, so I recommend the wide for larger folks. (Posted on 2/11/15)
Love this padReview by stephen
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Im 185# and 5'10. The sleeper packs up very small and I love the width (so hard to find a pad wide enough to be comfortable) at head side and tapered somewhat at feet end. Used it in conjunction with a 3/8" pad (bought here) and found it to be VERY comfortable. I suspect that it will be equally comfortable stand-alone as its summer and no need for thermal protection underneath. Unfortunately I knocked the rolled up pad off a rock while packing up my backpack one morning and it disappeared over a very high cliff into a boulder field! However, I liked the pad so much I bought another one once I returned home as well as one for my girlfriend. (Posted on 7/8/14)

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