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Hinman

High-density foam core, self-inflating, cold-weather pad

High-density foam core, self-inflating, cold-weather pad

The Hinman is a self-inflating, high-density foam core pad with a two-way adjustable valve that makes inflation, deflation, and micro-adjusting the firmness easier than ever. With options for 1.5” and 2.5” of cushioned thickness in a variety of sizes, these pads are a great choice for those looking for a durable pad for supreme insulation in colder temps (for max insulation in cold weather we recommend pairing with a closed-cell foam pad like our Third Degree).  The stretchy, soft polyester exterior fabric makes for a soft, cushiony yet very durable sleeping surface. The Hinman is available in a 50”x78” size which pairs well with the Dream Island 15 doublewide bag.
$79.95 to $209.95
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$79.95 to $209.95

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Specs + Sizing

Pad ShapeRectangular
Intended UseCar / Base Camping

Features

Warm and comfortable self-inflating pads ideal for year-round use. 

Available in a variety of sizes and thicknesses, these pads are a great choice for those looking for a durable pad that will keep you warm in colder temps. 

50” x 78” doublewide size is ideal for glamping, truck beds and campers.

High-density foam provides great cushion, insulation and comfort

Horizontal coring in 2.5” models reduces packed size and decreases weight

When sleeping on frozen ground or snow we recommend adding a closed cell foam pad

Includes two compression straps

Construction + Materials

Stretch-fabric top provides soft cushion

Durable polyester bottom

Solid foam core: 1.5" thick pads

Foam core with horizontal coring: 2.5" thick pads 

Two-way, pull-tab valve allows for easy inflation, deflation and micro adjustments

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What’s in a Name?

Said to have been the first settler in the upper Elk River valley, Frank Hinman arrived around 1870, then hunted, trapped, and lived off the land for years. A park, creek, and lake were all named after the tough ol' bugger. Hinman Park is now considered the gateway to adventure in the Zirkel Wilderness.