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Re: [at-l] Sleeping Pads
- Subject: Re: [at-l] Sleeping Pads
- From: "Tumbleweed" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Sun, 2 Feb 1997 18:28:37 -0600
Ahhh... Z's Z's Z's Z's Got plenty of those the other night while I slept
on mine. It actually felt like after an hour in the bag..the air inside
warmed up as well...what a comfortable sleep.. Thats why! heehee...
Tumblewedd GA>ME 97
PS..mine came with a patch kit.. havent used it yet...tough material...!!
> From: David Covin <email@example.com>
> So, what's the deal with the thermarest, then? I see all y'all
> it so strongly despite the 5-20 *times* higher price than closed-cell
> ridgerest pads, the higher weight, the care and maintenance, the
> of air leaks... is it really that much more comfortable?
> (I'd decided to go with a closed-cell foam pad for all the reasons listed
> above. But I haven't slept a full night on a thermarest, only laid down
> one in the store. And you all seem so convinced...)
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