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Stoic - Single Cloud Camp Bed

Stoic Single Cloud Camp Bed

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$89.99 Original price:$149.95
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    Tech Specs

    Material:
    30D stretch fabric, TPU [bottom] 190T polyester, TPU
    Style:
    foam
    Shape:
    rectangular
    Dimensions:
    78 x 30 x 3in
    R-Value:
    8.5
    Stuff Sack:
    yes
    Packed Size:
    31 x 7 x 7.5in
    Claimed Weight:
    6lb
    Recommended Use:
    weekend camping
    Manufacturer Warranty:
    limited lifetime

    Cloud Camp Bed

    Camping doesn't have to be uncomfortable. The Cloud Camp Bed is Stoic's comfiest option for car camping, and it uses plenty of foam to offer all the cush you need to sleep soundly. Its soft, stretchy fabric has a TPU coating to protect from wet weather should you sleep outside the tent, and the bottom is reinforced to stay solid on rocky grounds. Stoic included a stuff sack to pack as compact as possible.

    • Stoic's comfiest sleeping pad made for camping
    • Foam padding offers outstanding sleeping comfort
    • Soft, stretchy fabric treated with TPU for water-resistance
    • Bottom reinforcement pairs in with rocky grounds
    • Stuff sack included for compact storage

    So far, I'm obsessed with it

      I have a great backpacking sleeping mat but I wanted something that is more comfortable for car camping surf trips where I'm sleeping in a tent for 2 weeks or more. Enough room for me (5'6") and my 80lbs Weimaraner! This is exactly what I needed! Also, the price dropped after I purchased it and Backcountry was super chill about crediting me the difference.

      Wish it were an inch thicker

      • Size Bought: Single

      After about 6 nights on this I'm very happy with it. It is a huge upgrade over our old thermarest. I found that I needed to fine tune the pressure - the first night it was over inflated (yes you do have to add a little air with pump or lungs) and too firm, so I let a little out the second night and found that I liked the cushion level but was feeling some rocks in a few of my bonier places. Because I got this strictly for car camping I wish it could have been an inch thicker so that I could leave it at the softer level and still be high enough off the ground.
      I don't have a lot of cushion on my body at 6'2" 160lb so may sink more than others.

      having said that, It's still the best mattress I've ever slept on in a tent...almost tempted to carry the extra weight on our next back packing trip.

      Might as well be sleeping on the ground

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: one size

      I had high hopes for this pad. After inflating it for over an hour, it was mushy and when I laid on it, sunk right thru to the ground. Not even close to a Thermarest 1". I will be returning. Now I have to go find something in a store before I leave to camp tomorrow.

      Hey Saundra! I've used the Double version of this pad, and I think you just need to blow into the nozzle, using your mouth or a pump. When I used it, it self inflated most of the way, and I finished it off with my breath! That made it super comfy and I didn't hit the ground at all.

      Comfortable!

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      I've never used any sleeping pad like this before. I opened the valve and left it in the bottom of the tent then went to hang out by the campfire. When I arrived back at the tent for the evening it was inflated and I closed the valve and had a super comfortable sleeping pad. Really awesome car camping product!

      Super comfortable sleeping pad that is self inflating and holds air.

      For inflating the pad - you have to poke the side of the deflate valve because it spins in the housing. Turn the deflate sideways, and that will allow air to go into it.