Padded Ground Sheet Source
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Jeffrey List
(jlist) - M

Locale: Cape Cod
Padded Ground Sheet Source on 06/15/2012 06:02:07 MDT Print View

sulak46.com no longer carries assorted sizes of the "padded ground sheet."

My 1/4"x24"x72" pad from sulak46 only weighs 3.8 oz and works well for me, but is wearing out. I think it was made of "Plastazote" but I'm not sure. (That's what the remaining framesheet at sulak46 is made of.)

Can anyone suggest an alternative source of such a product?

MLD has the "Good Night EVA UL Foam Pad" but it's only 1/8" thick.
The Gossamer Gear "Thinlight" pads are a lot heavier.

thanks.

Edited by jlist on 06/17/2012 17:10:54 MDT.

David Wills
(willspower3) - F
Re: Padded Ground Sheet Source on 06/15/2012 08:13:54 MDT Print View

It's a little heavier, but search for Landau or Volera foam like they use for upholstery. Comes in different thicknesses.

David Olsen
(oware)

Locale: Steptoe Butte
pad on 06/15/2012 08:18:53 MDT Print View

I have some pads similar but of higher density in 3/16" (29D) 1/2" (24D).

http://shop.bivysack.com/category.sc;jsessionid=CE589A1195D5E440C8055E65B50E1787.qscstrfrnt06?categoryId=3

rich y
(gkine) - F

Locale: NorCal
gossamer ground cloth on 06/16/2012 01:52:30 MDT Print View

gossamer polycryo ground cloth?

2.7oz

oh sorry, didn't see you were talking about padded.

Edited by gkine on 06/16/2012 01:54:09 MDT.

Tim Anderson
(tim@bikeswitzerland.com) - F
glorified groundsheet on 06/16/2012 02:23:26 MDT Print View

This might be too thin, it's more like a glorified groundsheet that can be used :
-under a superlight inflateable (such as klymit)
-as a framesheet in your pack
-as a sitpad (you can double it up, triple it up for more comfort)
http://www.exped.com/exped/web/exped_homepage_int.nsf/0/11F705A44E19AE08C12579C200353AF0?opendocument

James Berwick
(jhb0510) - F
Multimat on 06/16/2012 02:38:10 MDT Print View

Hi
Multimat do tent underlay:
http://www.multimat.uk.com/accessory.asp?Ref=7&Label=Accessories&Nav=1&ProductRef=8
http://www.multimat.uk.com/accessory.asp?Ref=7&Label=Accessories&Nav=1&ProductRef=11
I have used this, it is very tough, but now I tend to use laminate floor underlay, which is much lighter and wears out quick, but is v cheap, so it doesn't really matter. I have a big roll I bought from our local DIY shop and when I need some more, I just cut off a length and trim it to the width I want.
James