(Official discussion) Best sleeping pads

Sleeping on the ground without any cushion sucks. If you’ve never tried it, it’s probably worse than you think. Warmth is another major problem becaus
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      A sleeping pad that I want to pick up and try out is the foam / inflatable hybrid Klymaloft by Klymit. At first I thought that it would be too bulky, but as you can see in the picture below, there is a rolled up compressed one on top of the pad and it does compress down very well.


      Their inflatable pads are backed by a lifetime warranty, just in case you were to puncture it. But if you were out on the trail, it does come with a little repair kit so you aren’t sleeping on some rocks that night.

      It may not be as durable or resilient as a solid foam pad for prepping purposes, but for those like myself that need a higher amount of cushion, this looks to be the most comfortable that I have seen.