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    Would this be better than reflectix for a small pad under the lower legs/feet?

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    Interesting... Is it closed cell like the original Walmart ccf?

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    Re

    Thermarest created a similar pad a couple years ago called the ZLite-Sol with an R-value of 2.6. It's predecessor was the standard ZLite(no reflective barrier) which had an R-value of 2.2. So, if Thermarest is being honest with their ratings, the reflective barrier is worthwhile on the Wenzel pad.

    Ryan

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