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Old 08-03-2018   #1
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The Crash Pad: A Better Sleep from RMR

Is it time to upgrade your sleep?

We rafters use our sleeping pads in so many different ways: as seats, cooler covers, checkerboards, etc., but at the end of the day, it's all about getting a good night's rest.

We started our Crash Pad with a high-density, firm foam. The high-density foam means it will provide more support and better protection from rocks. The firm foam increases the insulating ability of the pad, putting more than just a few inches between you and the ground, and will ensure that your pad doesn't go "flat" after a few uses.

The rest of our design focuses on convenience. We added two handles, making it easier to carry rolled or inflated. A Leafield D7 valve allows the self-inflating pad to spring into action. Stainless steel grommets and welded d-rings provide secure attachment points for however you want to hang, store, carry or attach your Crash Pad. The corners are reinforced with extra PVC material and every Crash Pad comes with two cam straps.

Crash Pad Specs:
Length: 72"
Width: 26"
Foam: 3" High-density, firm foam
Leafield D7 valve
Handles: 2
D-rings: 2
Cam Straps with Stainless Steel buckles: 2
Grommets: 2 on one end and 1 on the other end.


The Crash Pad comes with a 2 Year Warranty on material and manufacturing defects.



The Crash Pad is only $185, but how much is a good night's sleep worth to you?
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Does this have internal corner protection or is it a single layer of material on the corners?
I dig the idea of handles on it!
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Does this have internal corner protection or is it a single layer of material on the corners?
I dig the idea of handles on it!
It does have internal corner protection that goes about 4 inches in each direction.
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Where are the made ?
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What country makes your foam?
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RMR Crash Pad

Our pads are manufactured at our factory in China. We source our Leafield valves from the UK and everything else is sourced in China.


Give us a call if you have any more questions.


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