Re: [BackpackGearTest] Mt Washington Pad Report
- If you mean the blue ones, the Mt. Washington appears to me to be much
firmer..doesn't compress as much....and is much warmer. I had mine out last
week and it was 25 dg. I was warm.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Coosa" <coosa@...>
Sent: Monday, June 04, 2001 11:45 AM
Subject: [BackpackGearTest] Mt Washington Pad Report
> I have a pad that sounds similar to the Mt Washington Pad that I found at
> Target or KMart or Walmart, not sure which for about $12. Do any of the
> testers have this pad and how does it compare with the Mt Washington at
> double the price?
> Thanks, Coosa
- "Coosa" <coosa@f...> wrote:
>I have a pad that sounds similar to the Mt Washington Pad that IThere's a store in town that sells High Country's Mt. Hood sleeping
>found at Target or KMart or Walmart, not sure which for about $12
pad for $6.99 (compared to $13.50 at EMS). Compared to that model,
the MW is pretty cushy. At that price, I grabbed a couple to make sit
pads, water bottle coozies, insulated mukluk soles, etc.
They also had High Country non-slip adhesive pads. They're maybe 1.5"
high friction rubber circles with an adhesive backing (these aren't
on their web site).
I plan to try these in my Hennessey as I am still losing the battle
with using a sleeping pad in my hammock. I put the MW inside a
sleeping bag cover under my sleeping bag and the whole rig slid near
perpendicular to the opening making it extremely difficult for me to
Ok, a couple of bedtime snorts of Old Rip 107 might have something to
do with a discombobulated exit, but it would've been hard to get out