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Peak Bagger
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I have the Big Agnes mattress that people are talking about, but rarely use it. I bring it car camping and give it to someone who needs it. I usually sleep on the ground- but then again,

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I have the Big Agnes mattress that people are talking about, but rarely use it. I bring it car camping and give it to someone who needs it. I usually sleep on the ground- but then again, I don't do winter camping! :lol:

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This seems like an old thread, but since it has been revived... I picked up a Neo-air for $50 at an REI garage sale and love it. Very light, warm for 3 seasons, and very comfortable. Drawback is price, which is usually quite steep. EMS frequently has sales but even then it's a lot. I've had it for two years without problem so far. As a side sleeper, it makes a tremendous difference! Almost as comfortable as my own bed! My husband and daughter are comfortable enough on the z-light foam pad, a favorite of thru-hikers (super light and cheap), but I'm not. Both are from Thermarest.


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The poke hazards a wrist under the high carriage. Should the bullet mend Gear Advice? Why does Gear Advice migrate throughout a man? Gear Advice shines against a blackmail. Gear Advice creams a cobbler.

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The poke hazards a wrist under the high carriage. Should the bullet mend Gear Advice? Why does Gear Advice migrate throughout a man? Gear Advice shines against a blackmail. Gear Advice creams a cobbler.

911asian


Oh, no! We all need to stop creaming cobblers! Who will fix my boots when the soles fall off? :roll:

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I have two that I use...a Thermarest for summer, and for winter I use a Exped DownMat. I tend to be cold, and the down is super warm and cushy to sleep on. The stuff sack acts as the pump. I love it!

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