Many customers build a plywood deck that goes over the top of the wheel wells in the back of their vehicle. The Truck Pad was designed to fit in that spot.
It is 2 inches thick, 48 inches wide, and 72 inches long.
After you sleep one night on a Paco Pad, it is hard to imagine using anything else. They are handy to keep around the house even when you are not on the river and many customers purchase them as spare bedding for their homes.
Each Paco Pad comes with one or two water tight air valves that will allow you to roll it up and keep the air from getting inside. When you want to go to bed, simply pop the buckles to release the straps, and open the valve. The Pad will inflate itself with no extra air needed to make it work. Even a small puncture from a cactus needle or a valve left open will no longer affect a successful night of sleeping. The foam in a large pad is extra dense and firm. This density allows the pad to be roll and unrolled without breaking down the foam inside and still providing the firmness that assures that your hips and shoulders will not touch the ground providing an excellent insulation against the cold.
Paco Pads also provide extra safety on rafts by padding all those hard spots where passengers may hit or pinched when in the middle of a rapid. They provide excellent insulation to coolers and most of our customers prefer to leave their pads unrolled on the boat during the day, so they can lounge on top of coolers and boxes while riding on the boat.
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP), which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. - More information about California Proposition 65