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  • #31
    I run the thremorest self inflating pad. weighs just over two pounds but is super comfortable . I'm a big guy. 6'4 240 lbs. it stays inflated all night and i sleep on my side without issue. this is the only route for me now. It has been a god send while i have had to sleep in my truck several nights for work. Then the camping trips have been much more livable.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by kentuckyshiner85 View Post
      I run the thremorest self inflating pad. weighs just over two pounds but is super comfortable . I'm a big guy. 6'4 240 lbs. it stays inflated all night and i sleep on my side without issue. this is the only route for me now. It has been a god send while i have had to sleep in my truck several nights for work. Then the camping trips have been much more livable.


      Thank you Kentuckyshiner! I went hunting for the item you spoke of and found a bunch of different models here:

      https://www.thermarest.com/mattresses

      Which is the one you like so much?
      Genius is making a way out of no way.

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      • #33
        I misspoke i had to go pull it out to see what model i have. It is not a thermorest. I have the sea to summit comfort plus s.i.size large. I do apologize for any confusion.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by kentuckyshiner85 View Post
          I misspoke i had to go pull it out to see what model i have. It is not a thermorest. I have the sea to summit comfort plus s.i.size large. I do apologize for any confusion.
          Thanks, I will look that up! No need to apologize for the confusion; I am mass of confused impulses anyway, lolol. (j/k but only a little)
          Genius is making a way out of no way.

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          • #35
            Originally posted by GrizzlyetteAdams View Post

            Thanks, I will look that up! No need to apologize for the confusion; I am mass of confused impulses anyway, lolol. (j/k but only a little)
            I found some on sale on R.E.I. website . look in there used section. or if you're a lil more adventurous try geartrade.com the have used gear for all kinds of outdoor stuff. i have bought several things and have been happy thus far. just be sure to read the descriptions closely .

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            • #36
              I could go broke in a hurry at places like that! But I try to put a lid on mu impulses, lol.

              Thanks for the references. Geartrade.com is new to me.
              Genius is making a way out of no way.

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