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Coleman Camp Pad Self Inflating - Youth, Girls - NORTH RIVER OUTDOORS
Coleman Camp Pad Self Inflating - Youth, Girls - NORTH RIVER OUTDOORS
Coleman Camp Pad Self Inflating - Youth, Girls - NORTH RIVER OUTDOORS
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Coleman Camp Pad Self Inflating - Youth, Girls

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Coleman Camp Pad Self Inflating - Youth, Girls

Really great way for kids to enjoy camping while having a comfortable and relaxing rest at night! Coleman's sleeping Pad takes just a few breathes to self-inflate and easily rolls up when done. We've used one for years with our kids and is a good quality Youth Girls Camp Pad.

Specifications:

- Size: 50" x 20" x 1"
- Storage: Attached elastic bands
- Weight: 1 lb. 2 oz.

Features:

- Self-inflating
- Weather resistant, and easy to wipe down polyester cover
- Innovative design makes deflation fun and easy for kids

Why NRO?

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It's a $30 Matt, nothing more...

Purchased for my 8 year old in order to accomodate backpacking trips with 2-3 over nights. Here are my thoughts:
1) one reasons I purchased was the "flat" form during deflation. I assumed it being flat makes it easier to pack, but it's still very large (just not thick)
2) not light, but very sturdy construction
3) not very much support inflated (the other reviews are very correct in that it's similar to sleeping directly on the ground)
4) very easy to inflate
This was less than $30 and I do see the value and feel it's worth the $, but not a penny more. In retrospect I should've splurged for the lighter weight mat with more support that costs in the $50-$70 range. This would be perfect for backyard camping in the grass.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
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It's a $30 Matt, nothing more...

Purchased for my 8 year old in order to accomodate backpacking trips with 2-3 over nights. Here are my thoughts:
1) one reasons I purchased was the "flat" form during deflation. I assumed it being flat makes it easier to pack, but it's still very large (just not thick)
2) not light, but very sturdy construction
3) not very much support inflated (the other reviews are very correct in that it's similar to sleeping directly on the ground)
4) very easy to inflate
This was less than $30 and I do see the value and feel it's worth the $, but not a penny more. In retrospect I should've splurged for the lighter weight mat with more support that costs in the $50-$70 range. This would be perfect for backyard camping in the grass.