Outdoor Vitals

Ultralight Sleeping Pads

FINAL SALE - No Warranty, Returns, or Replacements

The most comfortable camping pad on the market just got lighter and more backpacker-friendly. Outdoor Vitals Sleeping Pads use high-end fabrics to make an ultra-tough pad and to lighten the load (20D ripstop polyester), while keeping all of the creature comforts that adventurers and the world have come to love.

Outdoor Vitals sleeping pads include an ultra-thick pad (3.5 - 4.5 inches) keeps you more comfortable and keeps your hips off the ground and oversized side rails, to keep you cradled in the middle of your pad. Outdoor Vitals Ultralight Sleeping pads are available in insulated and non-insulated models to keep you warmer or cooler depending on your adventuring needs

We also include a quick inflate pump sack that also serves as a carrying case for your lightweight sleeping pad.

Insulated Mummy Regular: 16 oz

Insulated Rectangle Regular: 18 oz

Insulated Mummy Long: 1 lb 1.5 oz

Insulated Rectangular LongWide: 1 lb 7.5 oz


Easy to compress and pack in your backpack

Ultralight weights keep your backpack light on the trail

Ultrathick pad (3.5 inches) keeps you more comfortable and keeps your hips off the ground

Oversized side rails keep you cradled to the middle of the pad
Insulated models keep you warm and comfortable when the temps drop

Quickly inflate your sleeping pad and keep condensation out with the included pump sack and large quick inflate valve

Ultralight 20D ripstop polyester keeps the pad ultralight and ultratough


  • Fabric: 20 Denier Ripstop
  • Sizes:
    Rectangular Regular: 20" x 72"
    Rectangular LongWide: 25" x 78"
    Mummy Regular: 72" x 22" tapered to 17"
    Mummy Long: 78" x 22" tapered to 17"
  • Stuff Sack Size:
    Long: 9" x 7"
    Regular: 9" x 5"
  • Gender: Unisex
  • Warmth Limits:
    Regular Insulated: warm above 20°F
    LongWide Insulated: warm above 30°F

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Customer Reviews

Based on 109 reviews
Gina Cook
Comfortable and Good Insulation

I camped on this sleeping pad 2 nights this week. Temps got down to low 40’s and I stayed warm in my 40-60 degree sleeping bag (and layers of clothes). Very light weight, easy to inflate & deflate. Good, solid product.

Darren Johnson
Pretty good pad

I like the over-all weight of the pad, but I bet a an ounce could be saved if the stuff sack was made of a lighter material...like the Schnozel that Exped uses. The pad has great hight and is very comfortable.

Douglas Billet
Weight friendly combined with durability

The Ultralight sleeping pads are very dependable without adding additional weight versus other comparable sleeping pads.

Jerry Cormier
Ultralight Sleeping Pads

I'm 74 and I use these pads for my wife and I backpacking. I am a side sleeper and she is a stomach sleeper. We both get a good nights rest as these pads are comfortable. The quality is excellent and we expect to use them for backpacking and camping. We have used them in the White Mountains of NH @ 17 degrees and they were warm and comfortable.

Wallace Berry
These sleeping pads are underrated!

Got an OV Insulated Mummy pad a couple years ago. Not the lightest, smallest packing, or warmest pad by the specs, but in actual use, it really does the job. I do almost all my backpacking in cool to cold weather. Down in the 20'sF is common for me. My other pad is a Thermarest Neoair Xlite. It is supposed to be better insulated than my OV pad, and it certainly is lighter and packs down smaller. However, since getting the OV pad (on sale), My Neoair is now the spare. The OV pad is much more comfortable for me (side sleeper). I don't roll off the OV pad and my hips stay off the ground. In addition, my Neoair does not seem to be noticeably warmer than my OV pad. With these things on clearance for $80 they are an excellent deal. Oh, don't bother with the pump sack that comes with these. It's heavy and bulky. Get thee one of the new Fliptail pumps.