You can rely on the Kompact Premium Camp Pad to take up the least space possible on your hike-in when you need every square inch of pack space. It folds up tiny for easy transport and automatically re-inflates for a hassle-free setup at the campsite. Because there's no additional foam to add bulk, the pad's small design makes it easy to fold into a backpack.
The textured bottom also provides a non-slip hold to help you stay locked in for a peaceful night's sleep.
With the handy inflation carry bag that doubles as a pump that comes with the Coleman Kompact Camp Pad Premium, you can easily inflate it. Inflating the cushioning air channels can likewise be accomplished by blowing through the nested valve. To ensure that you have a peaceful night's sleep, the pad's underside has a nested valve that keeps the surface smooth.
Thanks to its inflatable construction, the pad packs up into a 13 x 3.5 in.. This Coleman camp pad is smaller than the standard model for simpler transportation and storage.
The pad effortlessly inflates in 20 breaths or fewer when you're ready for some shut-eye, allowing you to fall asleep faster.
Thanks to the textured bottom with a no-slip grip, the pad stays in place, preventing you from accidentally taking it off at night.
On your next trip, store the sleeping pad at home and pack it into the handy carry bag that fits neatly in your trunk.
COMPACT PACK SIZE
Compared to conventional Coleman camp pads, the inflatable nature of this pad allows it to pack down smaller (13 x 3.5 in.).
NO PUMP NEEDED
Inflates in fewer than 20 breaths
A textured bottom helps to secure the camp pad
Located on the underside of the pad for a comfortable sleep surface
CONVENIENT CARRY BAG
Makes it easy to carry and store the pad
- Pack Size: 13 x 4 in.
- Inflated Dimensions: 72 x 28 x 2.5 in.
- Weight: .91 Kilograms
- Recommended Capacity: 1 Person
- Shell Material: Polyester
- Color: Tiger Lily
- Water Resistance Level: Not Water Resistant
ABOUT THE BRAND
A young guy with an inventive spirit and a superior concept started producing lanterns in Wichita, Kansas, more than a century ago. He went by the name W.C. Coleman, and the business he started would transform the American way of life.
In 1900, Coleman, who had to ask his classmates to read aloud to him due to his bad vision, was stopped in his tracks by a dazzling light he saw through a drugstore window.
When asked about the light inside, he found that the illumination allowed him to read even the tiny type on a medicine bottle. The lamps were powered by gasoline under pressure rather than coal oil, and they lacked wicks in favor of mantles.
Coleman soon launched a lighting service that attracted a lot of attention from companies looking to keep their lights on after dark. It offered a "no light, no pay" condition, a huge step forward for merchants burned by subpar products that rarely worked.
Over the next few years, Coleman's product range went far beyond lights. Plenty of products in the company's current inventory enhance outdoor pleasure.
A comprehensive range of LED lights that last for years, sturdy portable solid grills that cook with a real open-grill flame, comfy airbeds that won't deflate at night, coolers that keep food and drinks cold for days on end, and much, much more are available.
Coleman expects to continue shaping our outdoor camping experience for many more generations.