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NEMO Cosmo Insulated Air Sleeping Pad Video
The NEMO Cosmo™ Insulated Air Sleeping Pad has a built-in foot pump for quick inflation plus 3 in. of thickness and a layer of PrimaLoft® for a warm night's sleep while backpacking.
- Pad features baffled air chambers that evenly distribute weight; horizontal baffles create a flat sleeping surface and eliminate any bouncy feel
- A layer of PrimaLoft® synthetic insulation inside the pad reduces heat loss to keep you warm on cold nights
- Give your lungs a break and use the built-in foot pump at the end of the pad to inflate the pad quickly and easily
- Dual valves provide maximum airflow for rapid inflation; valve on the underside opens for quick deflation
- Pillow baffle at the head area supports your head and adds no weight to the pad
- 75-denier polyester fabric resists puncture while keeping the weight down
- The Cosmo Insulated sleeping pad is rated for temperatures down to 10 – 20°F (-12 – -6°C)
- Includes a stuff sack, compression strap and repair kitf
|Sleeping pad type||Air pad|
|Sleeping pad shape||Rectangular|
|Repair kit included||Yes|
|Stuff sack included||Yes|
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Oct 22, 2015Great pad but not in cold weather..Ok, I bought this pad last year and took it on a 3 night backpacking trip in 34F weather. With a marmot 30F bag it was ok, but could feel the cold. I ended up buying a thermarest solar ridge...
Read More Ok, I bought this pad last year and took it on a 3 night backpacking trip in 34F weather. With a marmot 30F bag it was ok, but could feel the cold. I ended up buying a thermarest solar ridgecrest at the advise of others that have the same mat. I love to winter camp, which is why I bought this to begin with. The extra lb was nothing cause I like to sleep comfortably. The mat is very comfortable, compact, relatively easy to inflate. I bought another one for my wife now I took it on a 3 night backpacking trip last week and the weather dropped to 24F overnight, she was definitely cold on the pad alone, so I ended up giving her the ridgecrest to put under the pad and she was very comfortable with it. I ended up taking our down jackets and putting it under need my sleeping bag but over the mat cause it was definitely cold through the mat. I will say the mat is definitely comfortable, but don't agree with the cold weather use for the mat by itself. Together with the ridgecrest its definitely warm and comfortable.
Sep 6, 2015Cosmo 25x77Positives: The built-in pump, in my opinion and contrary to other reviews, is an excellent innovation. Pumping up pads by mouth is a great way to introduce mold into the pad and, during win...
Read More Positives: The built-in pump, in my opinion and contrary to other reviews, is an excellent innovation. Pumping up pads by mouth is a great way to introduce mold into the pad and, during winter months, form ice inside the pad. This will cause a breakdown of the materials inside. This pump is much easier, faster, and less taxing to use than any pump sack I have tried. You also do not have to worry about air escaping the pad while pumping it up, unlike twist nozzle pads out there. With the large version I never felt the pump at my feet while sleeping. As far as I can tell, this is the most durable pad I have laid on. The material feels robust and it does feel like it would pop or tear easily. The adjustment valve is high quality. If you get it inflated just right, it is pretty comfortable for the most part. I never felt like I was going to slide off and the pad stayed in place in my tent while on a slope. It is not noisy. It is at or very near the top of the list in terms quietness in inflated pads. It packs away fast and easy. I don't understand the reviews I've read that says it is tricky. When you are ready to go, you pull up the release valve and it deflates in seconds. Once it's deflated, you fold into thirds and roll tight. It's so easy it's ridiculous. Negatives: The pillow is useless and uncomfortable, I wish they had made a cosmo mat without it. However, if using a non-air filled pillow, the raised portion can act as a backstop and added neck support. When laying on my back, the air will move to the center, raising the middle of the pad up, which feels a bit uncomfortable against my back. Other: I ultimately returned it because I don't do much car camping and am looking for a lighter pad to take on the trail. Weighed with the included compression strap and without the sack it comes in, it weighed exactly 36oz on my scale.
Aug 26, 2015Stands the test of timeI bought this about 1.5 years ago and I still love it. It feels like I'm sleeping on an air mattress. I'm a side to back sleeper and other products cause my hip to dig into the ground or slo...
Read More I bought this about 1.5 years ago and I still love it. It feels like I'm sleeping on an air mattress. I'm a side to back sleeper and other products cause my hip to dig into the ground or slowly deflate overnight but this product holds the air, doesn't leak, and is really fast to inflate with the foot pump. It's really not that difficult to roll up. I've never had any issues and I think it packs up quite small for a sleeping pad. If anything ever happens to this, I will definitely be purchasing a new one.
Aug 18, 2015Made me able to camp againIf we are being honest, I am a baby when it comes to needing to be comfortable to sleep well. Usually I bring tons of blankets and a full mattress to camp. Was flying to CO and couldn't brin...
Read More If we are being honest, I am a baby when it comes to needing to be comfortable to sleep well. Usually I bring tons of blankets and a full mattress to camp. Was flying to CO and couldn't bring all of that with me and needed a replacement. This pad had me sleeping like a baby for 4 nights of rain with no issues and feeling great in the morning. I would highly recommend this to anyone who needs to be able to sleep on their stomach too. Goes great with their Mezzo Loft lux bag. GREAT COMBO
May 23, 2015pointless foot pump, and SOOO LOUDI have a fantastic Nemo sleeping bag and, even though it was heavier than other pads, I liked the horizontal baffles and the loft, so I picked up this pad for a hike across Zion NP. Unfortun...
Read More I have a fantastic Nemo sleeping bag and, even though it was heavier than other pads, I liked the horizontal baffles and the loft, so I picked up this pad for a hike across Zion NP. Unfortunately, the foot pump was useless (and added pointless extra weight). The major problem, however, was the incredibly loud NOISE that the material made every time I moved. It woke up my campmates and drove me batty. This one's going back.
May 21, 2015Best sleep in the backcountryFirstly, and emphatically, this thing is supremely comfortable. 6 stars for comfort. Build quality seems good as is typical for Nemo. I bought the Large which is a perfect size for me (6`1`)...
Read More Firstly, and emphatically, this thing is supremely comfortable. 6 stars for comfort. Build quality seems good as is typical for Nemo. I bought the Large which is a perfect size for me (6`1`). No sliding around as is often the case with self-inflating options. The horizontal tubes are much better than the vertical ones which have a tendency to turn you into taco filling. Also quite warm. One area for improvement: I find the foot pump unnecessary and it also increases the size of the stuffed mattress, as well as making it more awkward to roll. I found it easier to use the device as a hand pump or even just blow it up using lung power which is easy enough. I am deducting a point because of this one issue, which I will happily live with given the comfort. Lose or modify the pump device and this is easily a five star product.
Nov 5, 2014Cosmo Insulated 30xEasy to both inflate and deflate; nice and compact when deflated.
Sep 20, 2014Very forgiving on an old shoulderBought thinking the thickness would help with an old shoulder injury, while out on hard ground. Lived up to my expectations. A great pad with minimal weight and bulk.