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10 Best Backpacking Sleeping Pads of 2018

When choosing a sleeping pad for backpacking and camping, it’s best to consider its weight, durability, size, thickness, insulation, comfort, and price before making a decision to buy it. Here are our picks for the best 10 sleeping pads available today, based on these dimensions. Many of these sleeping pads are available in different lengths, … The post 10 Best Backpacking Sleeping Pads of 2018 appeared first on Section Hikers Backpacking Blog.
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