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NEMO Tensor Insulated Inflatable Sleeping Pad

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Recommended for use in temperatures as cold as 10 degrees, the innovative NEMO Tensor Insulatd is a compact and lightweight inflatable sleeping pad. Providing a 3" sleeping base, it's delivers year-round comfort.


Recommended for use in temperatures as cold as 10 degrees, the innovative NEMO Tensor Insulatd is a compact and lightweight inflatable sleeping pad. Providing a 3" sleeping base, it's delivers year-round comfort.

The pad uses lightweight 20 denier fabric on the outside to resist punctures. Inside, two layers of metalized film provide a reflective barrier that actually directs heat back to your body. The pad is constructed with die-cut trusses of low-stretch fabric. This creates a more stable sleep surface, better for rolling side-to-side and for keeping your elbows off the ground.

The pad has a zero-profile, multi-functional, micro-adjustable valve that allows fast deflation. Also included is a pump sack for easier inflation. A stuff sack and repair kit are included.

The NEMO Tensor Insulated sleeping pad is available in a wide range of lengths and tapered or regular cuts.

  • Insulated with aluminized film
  • Spaceframe baffles
  • 2 layers of Thermal Mirror suspended metalized film
  • 3” thickness
  • Premium 20 denier fabrics
  • Zero-profile, multi-functional, micro-adjustable valve
  • Included pump sack
  • Included repair kit
  • Rated for 10 to 20 degrees

Technical Specs

Best Use
Backpacking, Camping
Item Weight
Short Mummy: 12 oz
Regular Mummy: 1 lb 1 oz
Regular: 1 lb 2 oz
Regular Wide: 1 lb 6 oz
Long Wide: 1 lb 8 oz
Item Dimensions
Short Mummy: 48" x 20" x 3"
Regular Mummy: 72" x 20" x 3"
Regular: 72" x 20" x 3"
Regular Wide: 72" x 25" x 3"
Long Wide: 76" x 25" x 3"
Stuff Sack and Repair Kit Included
Limited Lifetime
Inflatable Sleeping Pad
Packed Size
Short Mummy: 8" x 2.5"
Regular Mummy: 8" x 3"
Regular: 8" x 3"
Regular Wide: 9.5" x 3.5"
Long Wide: 9.5" x 3.5"

15 Reviews

4.73 / 5

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best sleeping pad


Ultra-light, easy to use, and very comfortable.


no dislikes



Feels very comfortable


I liked how comfortable you can sleep on this pad when it weights only 500 grams.





Tensor Insulated


lightweight sleeping pad, packs down relatively small. The "bag" to blow it up with gets rolled in with the sleeping pad when deflated.





Love it


Comfortable, lightweight and easy to inflate with the included bag. Had it out in the alpine at 10,000Ft and 20F overnight temps, no issues, nice and warm with a 0F quilt. I have no problem trusting this down to 10F on any outing. When I wear this one out, I might upgrade to the wider version for little extra comfort with a small weight penalty. Sleeping comfort is very important to me, especially preventing back pain.



Morgan F.


Comfortable and packable


Small pack size, light carrying weight, comfortable for side sleepers


Updated model is smaller than the previous version

Meredith K.


Haven't had a chance to use it other than setting it up in my living room to check for defects. Good loft, seems quiet and (hopefully) well made. Though was excited for the included pump bag but actual utility of it was disappointing.


Loft Size Weight TBD - Warmth, Quality, Comfort, Noise


Pump bag is a hassle rather than amenity

Jeremy R.


Very pleased


So happy i went with the wide. The extra width really makes it much more comfortable not having to worry about rolling off the side. Pretty quiet for an insulated pad. Inflation is easy and no problems with the valve set up when used properly.


Should have bough the long.

Allen O.


All-around perfect sleeping pad


comfortable, warm, easy to inflate and deflate, and great value





Quiet and Comfortable


Very quiet and comfortable sleeping pad. Significantly quieter than the XLite or Sea to Summit pads. I've only used it down to 25F so far, but remained warm and felt I could go lower.


The included pump sack is not great. I inflate the pad using an Exped Schnozzel instead

Russell J.


Confortable and warm sleeping pad with easy to use pump sack.


Warm. Pump sack. Comfort.


Weight. Price.



Only pad I don't bottom out on


I got the Regular Wide. I tried every competitor pad in this same class, and the NEMO is the only pad I can sleep comfortably on as a side / front sleeper and not bottom out on. It's worth the extra few oz for the added width. I'm 6'0" and the length is perfect. Makes a little bit of noise when moving, but it's the typical air pad noise, not a bag of chips like the Thermarest. I used it on Mt. Adams in upper 20s with a 20F down bag and it was perfect, even without a foam pad underneath.


If you want to adjust the pressure by letting a little air out, you have to use two hands to make sure you don't pull the whole valve and deflate the entire pad in 1 second, which can be tricky if you are already lying on the pad. I didn't think much of it though, once I made that mistake the first time.



Disappointed - I will return it


Lightweight and the thickness of the pad makes it comfortable for side sleepers.


The pad slowly deflates overnight requiring adding a few puffs of air. The two stage valve cover makes it difficult to pull open just the top one to add air. I had to patch a leak on my 3rd or 4th time using this pad. Pad still slowly leaks air. I have searched all over for the source and cannot find a hole. Possibly coming from the valve. After several trips it is apparent it is not warm enough in temps in the low 30's F. I could feel the cold coming thru. Had to put on my down jacket in the middle of the night. I sleep warm and was using a 20* bag but had to use a blue foam pad underneath for extra insulation.