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      Big Agnes Double Z Air Sleeping Pad

      Ultimate comfort should be available no matter where you rest your head—even on lightweight backpacking trips. Enter the Big Agnes Double Z Air Sleeping Pad, a 4 in. thick gateway to dreamland.
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      • Pad features an internal stabilizer construction to distribute weight evenly for a smooth, comfortable feel
      • 2-piece valve allows for 1-way inflation and quick deflation
      • R-value equals 1.5; most sleeping pads we sell range in R-value from 1.0 (minimally insulated) to 9.5 (highly insulated)
      • Superlight nylon ripstop top and bottom stand up to frequent use on backpacking trips
      • Stuff sack and repair kit included (repair kit is concealed in a small pocket on the inside of the stuff sack)
      • Each Big Agnes Double Z Air Sleeping Pad is individually inflated and tested to ensure there are no leaks


      Big Agnes Double Z Air Sleeping Pad

      Specification Long Wide REGULAR WIDE Regular
      Best use Backpacking Backpacking Backpacking
      Sleeping pad type Air pad Air pad Air pad
      Sleeping pad shape Mummy Mummy Mummy
      R-Value 1.5 1.5 1.5
      Repair kit included Yes Yes Yes
      Stuff sack included Yes Yes Yes
      Packed size 5 x 11 inches Unavailable inches 4.5 x 8.5 inches
      Ultralight No No No
      Dimensions 78 x 25 x 4 inches Unavailable 72 x 20 x 4 inches
      Weight 1 lb. 11 oz. Unavailable 1 lb.
      Gender Unisex Unisex Unisex

      Big Agnes Double Z Air Sleeping Pad

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      Rated 2out of5
      by fromNot self inflating I bought this pad because of the great reviews in Backpacker mag. I did not realize this is not a self inflating pad. After a long day of hiking the last thing I wanted to do was blow up a 4 inch thick sleeping pad. I supposed it would be okay for car or basecamp camping. I am returning it.
      Date published: 2014-11-19
      Rated 3out of5
      by fromInsulation The pad is great, however if you are sleeping on a cold night forget bringing this pad along.
      Date published: 2014-05-18
      Rated 2out of5
      by fromToo noisy for me I got this just in time for a 4 day camping trip. I bought it primarily due to the Backpacker Magazine recommendation. I like the small size the pad rolls up to and the lightweight. Rolled up, it was the size of my Nelgene water bottle. Unfortunately, the material makes a crinkle sound (almost like what the mylar blankets they give after marathons make). I'm a light sleeper and each time I moved on the pad, it woke me up. I was wasted after a few nights no little rest. I'm returning it and looking for something else.
      Date published: 2014-06-05
      Rated 1out of5
      by fromOK for hot climates This sleeping pad is not insulated. Even with a heavy sleeping bag I about froze to death when the temperature dropped to 40 degrees overnight. Also the pad is very noisy every time you move. I found that to be very irritating. It is very cushy and probably does well in warm climates.
      Date published: 2014-08-18
      Rated 3out of5
      by from1 Season Pad You can't beat the comfort to weight/pack-ability ratio of this pad. However, with virtually no insulation it's far too cold for me personally to use below 65*. I recently used this pad for car camping with nighttime temps in the 60's and it was barely tolerable. I also own the NeoAir Xlite and that remains my goto pad for 3 season mountain backpacking.
      Date published: 2014-07-10
      Rated 3out of5
      by fromBe clear on what you are trying to solve for you Bought 2 of these based on BP glowing review. I am a side sleeper and it is a dream for that. Not that bad to blow up. 1 of the 2 had a slow leak night 2 of first trip (returned). It is not as noisy as my NeoAir. My issue really ended up being around the insulation. Even with a warm bag in the Sawtooths at 23 degrees I was freezing. I did try placing a space blanket down and did get some help, but overall it sleeps too cold. I will try a better R factor and hopefully the NEMO Astra Lite Insulated at 3" will be the right balance for me. I'll increase weight and size of the pad for a decent night sleep. Again, super comfy but too cold.
      Date published: 2014-12-22
      Rated 1out of5
      by fromPoor Quality I bought this pad for the "good" reviews and light weight but I just used it on a camping trip and the second night it leaked down and I was sleeping on flat ground. I used this pad in a river camp which has wooden floors and I even put a towel down first to protect it but it still leaked down. Too flimsy material.
      Date published: 2014-09-02
      Rated 3out of5
      by fromLike sleeping on a firm cloud "chilly at night" The Double Z sleeping pad provides wonderful support to those who like a firm sleeping pad, it was used on uneven ground, with rocks and sticks under it. Never felt any of them! The double valve for inflating the pad works perfectly. This is only a summer pad, with night time temps entering entering upper 60s and low 70s I was cold and uncomfortable, even with a 40 degree bag. Adding a thin foam layer on top solved the insulation issues. Would only recommend for people who camp in high evening temp areas.
      Date published: 2014-08-19

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