Any open cell foam sucks worse than air mattresses. In cold weather, your body moisture soaks into the foam thru your sleeping bag. Each day when you are out hunting it freezes.In 3-4 days you are sleeping on ice
Before my camper, I used an air bed on a twin bed frame with a piece of OSB and slats. Secret was to keep a heavy blanket between the sleeping bag and air bed and make sure to turn your bag back every morning so the blanket can dry
Any air mattress needs to be topped off a few times after the warm air in it cools
Last edited by saddlesore; 12/17/20.
If God wanted you to walk and carry things on your back, He would not have invented stirrups and pack saddles
since weight is not an issue i assume your talking car camping, state park camping. go to walmart and get a coleman inflatable bed. get the batter powered inflater while your at it. We used our queen size one after one of this years hurricanes and couldnt have been happier.
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For camping where weight is not an issue I have the Klymit Static V Luxe and place it on top of a GI closed cell pad for insulation. That GI pad is very versatile and is all I use with a sleeping bag when back packing. Got it at a Army/Navy store.