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Highmountain 72
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Highmountain 72

 

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Highmountain 72

Manufacturer: Mountain Hardwear

Your Opinion: 
 - 4 Votes
 

 

Page By: Martin Cash

Created/Edited: Nov 13, 2002 / Nov 13, 2002

Object ID: 557

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Dual Density Foam Pad with 3/8" closed cell and 3/4" open cell foam in removable water resistant cover. Designed for Mountaineering & Winter Camping.

Bottom Fabric : Nylon Taslan
Coating : Polyurethane
Foam : Close Cell / Open Cell
Roll Diameter : 7 in / 18 cm
Roll Width : 20 in / 51 cm
Top Fabric : Nylon Taslan



Reviews

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Martin CashUntitled Review

Voted 4/5

This sleeping pad is very comfortable, easy to pack, lightweight, and cannot be popped. It is very easy to use, just unroll it; no having to worry about blowing it up, blowing the pillow up, etc. I definately prefer this pad to the Therm-A-Rest. It's nice to able able to set your hot water or hot meal on it and eat during a storm without having to worry about popping it.

The only negative thing about the pad is that I get a little bit of thermal transfer through it at main pressure points. Overall a great product.
Posted Nov 13, 2002 2:32 pm

daynegainsUntitled Review

Voted 4/5

I use the Highmountain 72 in combination with a 3/4 Ultralight. The Highmountain has been nice, providing good insulation when sleeping on snow and the Ultralight gives me extra comfort. Plus if the thermarest gets a hole and can't be repaired I at least always have my Highmountain pad (though I don't think I would want to soley sleep on a Highmountan 72, if I had a choice). Over all I've been pleased with it, especially when used in conjuction with my Ultralight. (Incidently, I'm 6'3" and the 72 is just barley big enough for me and my Long sleeping bag).
Posted Jun 6, 2003 3:20 pm

miztflipUntitled Review

Voted 3/5

Expensive, bulky and gets wet too easily.



Can't be used directly on snow because it gets wet and stays wet in cold conditions.



Extremely bulky.
Posted Nov 27, 2004 11:28 pm

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