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Old 01-06-2014, 08:43 AM   #4290
ridin gaijin
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Originally Posted by Blixa View Post
Question for the masses - do you have any recs for sleeping pads that are well-insulated, comfortable, and pack compactly for motorcycle camping? I'm looking to do Laurel Fork in April and I hear it can get pretty cold. Any suggestions are appreciated. Thanks!
I've always camped with Thermarests. They can seem kinda pricey but you can get them in different thicknesses, and they pack down pretty small. A cheap space blanket underneath it will help insulate you, too, and also crushes down small.
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