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Thanks so much! Was just looking for this sort of thing.
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Haven't tried this one but I think these are generally similar...I used one for 2 months when I lived in my car and it was great. You'd be surprised how comfortable sleeping on a half inch of foam and air can be.
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Lived in your car?!?
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In for 1. Thanks!
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Haven't tried this one but I think these are generally similar...I used one for 2 months when I lived in my car and it was great. You'd be surprised how comfortable sleeping on a half inch of foam and air can be.
"Lived in your car"??🧐
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"Lived in your car"??🧐
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As a note, these are not for everyone. There are much better options for car camping. They are very thin ans offer very little support. Even backpacking I found myself putting a thermarest foam pad under one of these to get enough support.
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Lived in your car?!?
Yes, I got addicted to pain meds after a major surgery and developed serious drug problem. Clean 3 years this August!
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Visually looks similar to the Klymit pads that I've seen at Big 5 and Costco. Considering I've had those leak on me after a few uses, this sounds great at half the price!

If room / weight are not an issue I would probably go with the rolled foam pads and not an inflatable sleeping pad. If backpack hiking then these are a good option.

Cograts Jake, keep it up.
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Yes, I got addicted to pain meds after a major surgery and developed serious drug problem. Clean 3 years this August!
I can't imagine what that was like. Stay strong.
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In a van. Down by the river.
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