Updated June 01, 2019 by Daniel Goldstein

The 10 Best Two-Person Camping Pads

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We spent 28 hours on research, videography, and editing, to review the top options for this wiki. When you're sitting around the camp fire and the drowsiness starts to settle in, the last thing you want to do is labor away, huffing and puffing as you try to inflate a cheap sleeping pad. Your partner certainly won't be too happy when the darn thing loses most of its air in the middle of the night, either. Our picks, all double-sized for two people, inflate easily and stay that way. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to support our work. Skip to the best two-person camping pad on Amazon.

10. Klymit Double V

9. Hikenture Inflatable

8. Alps Mountaineering

7. KingCamp Deluxe

6. KingCamp Double

5. Big Agnes Hinman

4. Exped Slim Comfort Duo 7.5

3. Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Camper

2. Big Agnes Air Core Ultra

1. Exped MegaMat Duo 10

Editor's Notes

May 21, 2019:

Two-person sleeping pads are especially useful for campers, car-sleepers, and for homeowners without a guest bed who might need to accommodate guests in a pinch. Each of these three groups will have different expectations from their pad. We've focused on camping in our ranking, but it's true that many of these are multipurpose units. The Hikenture Inflatable, for instance, is a good pick for road-tripping adventurers who may need to put their back seats down and sleep in the car from time to time. It's just fine for the great outdoors, too, but with a mediocre R-value (a measure of insulating power), it's not a good pick for camping in the colder months.

Here's where models like the Exped Slim Comfort Duo 7.5, with an R-value of 6.4, make their stage entrance. This one can really do it all. It's constructed well, so it's more resistant to tears and punctures than most of the others, and its low-temperature rating lends it well to four-season use. Our #1 pick is its cozier, costlier, and all around better older sibling, the Exped MegaMat Duo 10. Its insulation guarantees you won't feel the chill of the cold ground in the middle of the night, nor will the pad lose air, droop, and cause your body to sag and make contact with the earth beneath you. Sure, it's a lot of money for a pad, but it's probably the closest you can get to sleeping in a bed while you're in a tent.

Worth mentioning is our #3 pick, the Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Camper, which features an innovative independent-valve system. This clever design affords each partner the freedom to tweak their chamber's firmness to their liking. What seems too firm to you might be just what I need to wake up without soreness in my back, or vice versa. With this one, each partner gets to do things his or her own way without having to sleep alone.


Daniel Goldstein
Last updated on June 01, 2019 by Daniel Goldstein

Daniel is a writer, musician, and frequent traveler with a bachelor’s in creative writing from the State University of New York. In recent years, his writing chops have developed alongside his musical skills, thanks to a rich double life. During the day, he apprenticed with “Rolling Stone” journalist and critic Will Hermes, and when the sun set, he and his NYC-based, four-piece band gigged at high-end venues across the northeastern United States. His affinity for sharing things he's passionate about has culminated in nine years of experience as a music teacher at elementary schools, where he honed his ability to simplify and elucidate concepts to the uninitiated. All considered, he feels most at home writing about instruments, audio electronics and backpacking gear.


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