A sleeping pad is one of the key elements to getting a good night’s sleep in the backcountry, which is why it is especially troublesome when they spring a leak. But just because your sleeping pad isn’t holding air any longer that doesn’t mean you have to rush out and buy a new one. In this video, the gear team at Outside magazine share some tips on how to fix that pad and get it ready for your next camping trip.
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