b'SLEEPING BAGS AND PADSBEST IN SUMMER BEST YEAR-ROUND Mammut Relax Down Marmot Paiju bag $564bag $320For an October outing in British Claustrophobic sleepers willColumbia, our tester gambled on the minus-five-degree Paijus appreciate the 750-fill Relax Down, which has a wide torso so you canstorm readiness (the threads are wiggle into a comfortableslumber.waterproof and the shell water- The mens version israted at 28resistant) and went sans tent. Dew degrees (thewomens is fourshook right off, and the800-fill degreeswarmer), and a t wo-way water-resistant down kept him zipper slices up the middle fortoasty even on a windy ten-degree easy temperature regulation. Thenight. Superb packability makes it included earplugs and sleep maskan ideal choice for summer trips were nice luxuries. 2.1 lbs (mens,with unpredictable weather. 3.7 lbspictured) / 2 lbs (womens)Zenbivy Light MattressNEMO Flyer pad $120 pad $159NEMOs new hybrid designmarriesYour bag is only as warm as the pad the durable nylon exterior of an in- beneath it. Unlike most lightweight flatable pad with the structure andair mats,Zenbivys has an R-value comfort of open-cell foam. Theof five-plus, thanks to 180 grams Flyer has about 60 percent lessof synthetic fill. Still, its only about foam than similar pads, replacingthe size of afootball when packed the balance of its internal volumedown. The pads rectangular shape with air. Bonus: it takes less thanmeans that even restless sleepers ten breathsabout 30 secondswill avoid the sting of waking up on to inflate. 1.4 lbs the cold, hard ground. 1.3 lbs 46OUTSIDEBUYERSGUIDE2020 | HIKE AND CAMPSBG20_HIKE_GOYSleepingBags&Pads_rlsd_446275.indd 46 3/27/20 1:47 PM'