Where are Nemo pads made?

Where are Nemo pads made?

Dover, New Hampshire
Every day 25 of us and our nine dogs come together in a 200-year old refurbished textile mill in Dover, New Hampshire to make the most creative, thoughtfully-designed outdoor gear in the world.

What R-value should my sleeping pad be?

around 1 to 7
The higher the R-value of a sleeping pad, the greater it will resist heat transfer and keep you insulated from the ground. R-values for sleeping pads usually range from around 1 to 7, while thicker and less portable mattresses can creep into the double digits (but these have limited appeal for most backpackers).

Is NEMO a good brand?

Nemo makes lightweight and very durable backpacking, mountaineering and camping tents. They also make great sleeping bags and sleeping pads. Since Nemo tents utilize innovative features, Nemo has won several awards for design and innovation.

Who owns the NEMO brand?

Cam Brensinger
20 years dedicated to crafting gear that lasts a lifetime. Our founder and CEO, Cam Brensinger, started NEMO with the goal of building a lasting and iconic brand that inspires love for adventure, each other, and our planet.

How do I find a slow leak in a thermarest?

Look for small bubbles forming on the pad indicating the location of the hole. Mark the hole with a marker. If you cannot locate the hole with the soapy water, fill a bathtub with water, and submerge your pad. Look for small air bubbles escaping from the pad into the water indicating the location of the hole.

How do I choose a sleeping pad?

They’re sized in inches and/or centimeters, so it’s easy to determine what size pad you need based on your height. You should choose a sleeping pad that’s a few inches longer than your height, so your feet won’t hang off of the end—it’s no joke how much body heat can be sapped away from contact with the ground.

Is a 20 sleeping pad wide enough?

Your standard, “Regular” pads are 20 inches wide. This is often enough space to sleep, but leaves no room on the sides.