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Hinman

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

The Hinman is a self-inflating, high-density foam-core cold-weather pad with a two-way adjustable valve that makes inflation, deflation, and micro-adjustments easier than ever. The soft, stretch-fabric top provides a cushioned yet very durable sleeping surface. With options for cushioned thickness up to 4" / 10cm, these pads are a great choice when seeking durability and supreme insulation in colder temps. For maximum insulation in cold weather we recommend pairing with a closed cell foam pad.
$69.95 to $249.95
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Specs + Sizing

Pad ShapeRectangular

Features

R-Value: 5 Warm and comfortable self-inflating pads, ideal for year-round use 

Durable pad with stretch fabric top and high-density foam to provide ample cushion, insulation and comfort 

Easy inflation, deflation and micro adjustments with two-way, pull-tab valve 

Available in a variety of sizes, up to 4” in thickness 

Doublewide sizes (40" and 50" widths) are ideal for car camping, truck beds. 

Reduced pack size and decreased weight with horizontal foam coring 

Increase warmth when sleeping on frozen ground or snow by adding a closed cell foam pad Includes two compression straps for storage and compact travel

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" and 4" thick pads 

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

Here’s what other people think.

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.