This review of the ALPS Featherlite is a part of cooperation with 3beds.com, where James and his team test and review top airbeds and sleeping pads.
Basic Facts About the ALPS Mountaineering Featherlite Pad
The ALPS Featherlite is one of the 3 best-known sleeping pads coming from the company, with the other two being the ALPS Mountaineering Lightweight and the Comfort Series.
While Comfort and the Lightweight feature what’s called JetStream Foam and are self-inflating, the Featherlite is a “true” air pad and it’s inflated using an internal pump.
- Very light (weighs about 800 grams, which is 1.76 lbs)
- Packs small (about the size of a 16-oz can)
- Horizontal tube design with two brass deflation valves
- A staff sack and repair kit included
- Built-in pump
- Comes in two sizes (Regular: 70 x 20 x 3.5” and Long: 77 x 24 x 3.5”)
My First Impressions About the ALPS Mountaineering Featherlite Pad