ALPS Mountaineering Featherlite Series Air Pad

The ALPS Mountaineering Featherlite Air Pad is extremely lightweight and compact. Since it does not contain any foam, once inflated, all you have is the weight of the fabric and air. If you choose the regular size, your pad will weigh just over 1 pound. If you go with the Long size, you will be just above a pound and a half. Inflation takes just a couple of minutes and is done via the included pump near the head of the pad. When it's time to store the pad in your pack, it compacts very small so you're not taking up a lot of room in your pack. As with all ALPS air pads, the Featherlite series features brass valves for long-term durability and comes with a stuff sack and repair kit, so there's not a bunch of accessories to purchase after you get your air pad.


RATING
91 /100
  • Design

    Excellent

  • Performance

    Excellent

  • Value for money

    Excellent

  • Feature

    Excellent

Features of ALPS Mountaineering Featherlite Series Air Pad:

  • Extremely Small Packed Size
  • Great for Fast Packing When Every Ounce Matters
  • Built In Pump for Easy Inflation
  • Ultra Lightweight Ripstop Fabric
  • Horizontal Tube Design Makes for a Comfortable Sleeping Area
  • Two Brass Valves for Easier Deflation
  • Stuff Sack and Repair Kit Included

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  • PROS
  • Very comfortable.
  • Packs to a small size.
  • CONS
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Devon - Add Reply

I am very pleased with this air pad. I used it for the first time last weekend, and it was the first time in a long time that I got out of my tent in the morning and my shoulder and hip did not hurt.

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