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Gander Mountain Guide Series Self-Inflating 1.0 Camping Pad
Laminated with a TPU finish
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Product DescriptionIdeal for backpacking and trekking excursions, this camping pad is made of a 100% polyurethane open-cell foam that's treated to reduce odors inside the pad. The low-slip top and bottom prevent abrasions and punctures. Constructed from 150D polyester laminated with a TPU finish to protect the mat from moisture damage and staining. Solid-brass valve is long-lasting, weather-safe, and impact-resistant. The pad also self-inflates for easy setup and removal. Includes stuff sack and cinch strap. 72"L x 20"W x 1"D.
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Q:WHAT DOES THIS WEIGHT???Asked on 7/21/2012 by Charlie from Glen Mills PA
Q:what is the weight of this pad?Asked on 6/3/2012 by Anonymous
Q:How much does this one weigh?Asked on 5/31/2012 by Mac from MN
Q:How does the self inflation work?Asked on 5/16/2010 by Anonymous
A:Open the valve and wait about 5 minutes without weight on it. If you desire a firmer pad add a couple of puffs of air after inflation. Recommend using the self inflating feature as much as possible because the more you manually blow it up, the more moisture from your breath enters the pad, which is not desirable for several reasons.Answered on 8/28/2010 by Hossenpfeffer from mn