Pacific Outdoor Equipment's flagship model, the 4-season 'Peak Oyl Aero Mountain' is insulated with 'Aspen Aerogel'; the same insulation used in spacesuits to protect astronauts against temperatures of minus 273 degrees C! This makes it the warmest pad on the planet!
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The Peak Oyl Series is available in men's and women's specific versions, allowing for the different insulation and cushioning needs of men and women.
All Pacific Outdoor Equipment pads feature welded seams and are coated using only PU not PVC (which is harmful to both the user and the environment), while unsurpassed construction and meticulous quality control means that they'll last. As Pacific Outdoor Equipment say, good gear = less waste.
The multiple-axis cross-core cushioning foam used in the Peak Oyl Series offers significant weight savings but does not compromise comfort, while Palm Oils used in its manufacture are ecologically superior to crude oil based products.
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