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Cushy enough for a tent, yet made for 3-season hammock camping, the Kammok Insulated Pongo pad keeps you warm and comfortable as you sleep in cooler weather between 2 trees.

  • Features

    • Ideal for hammock camping, the tapered design features a wide shoulder box that pushes out the hammock fabric to give campers more space and the flattest laying position
    • 160 g Pinneco Mantle™ synthetic insulation spans the full length of the pad, helping to eliminate cold spots as you sleep through cool nights
    • Spot welded baffles and a plush, 3 in. thickness offers exceptional support for back and side sleepers
    • This pad has an R-value of 3.1, which makes it best for adventures in cool weather; it provides moderate insulation from ground temperature
    • Most sleeping pads we sell range from 1.0 (good for warm weather) to 5.5+ (for use in extreme cold); the higher the R-value, the more insulated the pad
    • Ample loft keeps your tailbone elevated and hips from poking through to the ground, so you can wake up refreshed
    • Extra room at the shoulders, head and toes provides a spacious platform for taller sleepers to stretch out in all directions after a long day on the trail
    • Nonslip base keeps the pad at an optimal angle and prevents unwanted sliding throughout the night

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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Backpacking

    Sleeping Pad Type

    Air Pad

    Sleeping Pad Shape

    Mummy

    Sleeping Capacity

    1-person

    Insulated

    Yes

    Insulation Type

    Synthetic

    R-Value

    3.1

    Repair Kit Included

    Yes

    Stuff Sack Included

    Yes

    Packed Size

    9.5 x 6 x 6 inches

    Pad Thickness (in.)

    3 inches

    Dimensions

    77 x 27/20 x 3 inches

    Weight

    1 lb. 8.3 oz.

    Gender

    Unisex

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