NRS Super Paco Sleeping Pad

No more soggy sleeping pads.

Whether you're a bigger-sized paddler or you just enjoy a more spacious sleeping pad, the NRS Super Paco Sleeping Pad is made for you. This incredibly durable, self-inflating pad is 6ft 6in in length for those of the lanky variety, and it offers resilience from the water you'll inevitably come across on any river trip. A high-density urethane foam inside a welded industrial-strength PVC pouch provides a firm, yet comfortable night's sleep, as well as the option to be used as a backrest while paddling.

  • High-Density Urethane Foam in a Welded PVC Pouch
  • Self-inflating
  • 6ft 6in length
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Love this thing

    Super comfy pad. I debated getting the thicker Paco Pad that has softer foam. Glad I went this route instead. Good combination of thickness and firmness. I just picked up another one for my husband. I made a DIY sheet for the pad for next-level comfort, check out the "how to" here: http://wetwildandscenic.com/paco-pad-sheet/

    Super Paco Pad as a raft seat

    Floating the San Juan River.

    Super Paco Pad as a raft seat

    Best Sleeping Pad / Mandatory River Gear

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I love sleeping on a paco pad, they are ridiculously comfortable and durable. For heading out on multi-day river trips they are one of the best pieces of gear you can bring along.

    Piles of Paco

    Let go river-ing!

    Piles of Paco

    Fill valve detail.

    Description

    Fill valve detail.

    Rolled up

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    Rolled up

    gotta love the paco

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Expensive? yeah totally worth it? hell yeah. These things are a must have for multi day river trips. Strap them over your cooler for a nice two person seat, sleep on it at night and wake up without a kink in your back.

    Paco Pads Are The Jam

      I love this pad. It's like I'm sleeping on my comfy bed. They're big and bulky, but the comfort is work it.