Folding Foam Sit Pad

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Hiking foam sit pad

When you need to stop for a break and all that's around are spiky rocks, scratchy logs or wet ground for a seat, just pull out your hiking folding foam sit pad and take a load off.

Lightweight, small, portable, foldable, easy to carry.
Waterproof and moisture-proof.

Specifications:

Material: XPE Foam
Weight: 30g
Size: 39 x 27.5 x 0.9CM

 

Customer Reviews

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G
G.E.
Ultra Light Sit pad

It's exactly what it claims to be! Fits neatly in the mesh on the back of my daypack as it folds up into a package small enough to have been placed in my letterbox on delivery. Very happy so far.

J
J.M.
So handy

I can’t sing the praises enough of such a seemingly insignificant thing. It really was so useful on my last overnighter in sandstone country NSW. I used it around camp, sitting by the river and as a porch. My friend kept wanting to borrow it. It’s very compact and insanely light. I would like a medium sized one though, I think that would make the ultimate porch for you tent or tarp.

E
E.
Sit Pad

This is a great little pad to throw in the pack, I had some initial concerns with compression or damage with use as a heavier guy but it works well. No issues so far & happy with the purchase.

P
P.H.
Butt Pad

Excellent.
Day trip only so far. About to test it with an eighteen day trip in SW Tasmania.
Looking forward to a whole lot more comfortable smoko stops than on past trips.

T
T.Y.
Gotta have an Ass Pad!!!

SO. MANY. USES.

-An ass pad is a given.
-Can be used to kneel on while setting up camp or beside the tent for access in and out.
-I use it at the foot of my pad as I'm tall and my pad is slightly short when I'm on my back, helps to insulate from the ground for when my feet hang off.
-I have to stretch every morning for a pre existing injury, this things works as a mini yoga mat for what I need to get done.
-Can be used inside a frameless pack to add structure to the back panel

I'm likely to find a bunch more uses but the above should be enough of a reason to grab one!