Self-Inflating Sleeping Pad from $55 Shipped (Reg. $90) | Comfortable & Easy to Use

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Check out these game-changing sleeping pads from Broadout!

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For a limited time, make your way over to where you can snag 15% off self-inflating sleeping pads when you use our exclusive promo code HIP15 at checkout! Plus, shipping is free on orders of $49+! Note that the promo code will only apply to one item.

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Airelax Self-Inflating Sleeping Pad – Twin Size $64.99 (reg. $89.99)
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Final cost $55.24 shipped!

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Airelax Self-Inflating Sleeping Pad – Queen Size $119.99 (reg. $159.99)
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Final cost $101.99 shipped!

You won’t have to step, blow, or pump these sleeping pads—simply flip the valve, and voila! The two-way valve lets you switch from inflating to deflating, and the storage bag doubles as a manual pump.

These 4″ pads have a nice thick construction, so even side sleepers won’t feel the floor beneath them.

Hip Sidekick Sara LOVES using these mattress pads for outdoor adventures…

Anyone who has gone tent camping knows it’s 110% better when you have a pad to sleep on so you shouldn’t even be questioning whether or not you need these! The twin size is easy enough to roll and carry on a big hiking trip. Any of the bigger sizes I’d probably only recommend if you are packing up the car/RV and don’t have to worry about carrying it. Overall, these are incredibly easy to inflate with the flip of the valve. One major perk of the queen size is the carry bag because it doubles as a pump! All you do is connect it to the valve, fill the bag with air, and roll it down. It only took about 1 bag full of air to pump the twin size to complete firmness and about 2.5 for the queen size. And, YES, the bag is compatible with the twin-size valve which makes it really handy. These are great quality and keep you comfortable from the hard ground.

I’ve tried tent camping before with air mattresses and it was miserable – they’re so bouncy and uncomfortable especially when you’re sleeping with other people. However, these pads feel like a mix between memory foam and air so you don’t wake your partner and you’re actually supported and comfortable. Don’t take any more trips before you have one of these, they’re game-changing and a cinch to use! 

About the writer:

Krystal has an associate's degree from Devry University, with over 6 years of writing experience between multiple publications in the fashion, lifestyle, beauty, and health industries.

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Comments 2

  1. Haha

    I must be tired… I read self infuriating sleeping pad 😂

    • Sandra

      Ha,ha,ha. Too funny.

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