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Re: [at-l] mat
- Subject: Re: [at-l] mat
- From: Pat Villeneuve <email@example.com>
- Date: Fri, 18 Dec 1998 21:07:07 -0600
- Organization: Spencer Museum of Art - University of Kansas
I've had a skin mat for the last two years, and I love it almost as much
as chocolate! I think it's the best for weight and comfort--and it's not
nearly so fragile as they seem to claim (in my experience, at least).
One time I pitched quickly during a storm. Somehow forgot to inflate the
mat, but still slept comfortably--and without puncture--on a patch of
gravel. Needles also used one in 97. Any specific questions"
Give Me Chocolate
> Hey all!
> Santa has arrived in the Slyman/choovers household. My brother gave me a
> Artiach Skin-Mat. It is full size, packs up smaller than my 3/4 mat (the
> stuff sack measures 8x12), and it is as light as can be. Anyone heard of
> these? Anyone ever used one? I have it inflating now for testing tonight and
> it seems it is nonslide also. Is really bizarre looking. Comes with lots of
> warnings about direct exposure to sunlight. The literature that comes with it
> says it the most compact and lightweight pad anywhere. For a catalog, it says
> to e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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