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Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Sleeping Pad

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Weight410 g
R-Value2.5
Thickness63 mm
Women SpecificNo

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Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Sleeping Pad
4.5 out of 5 based on 11 user reviews.


Cred: 3262
Review by melissa on Apr. 18, 2010
Extremely comfortable, and plush, cozy, luxurious...did I say comfortable? It's very light weight for an almost 3-inch thick mattress, packs down tiny, surprisingly high R value for air. I actually don't have one, but when my boyfriend rolls off his at night, I move in.
Expensive (but worth it).

Only insulates with air (no foam), so if you get a hole, you are going have a cold and uncomfortable night. Lightweight materials may not be durable enough for some people or some situations (desert hiking?).
Neo Air Trekker is more durable, as is the Big Agnes Insulated Air Core.


Cred: 24
Review by greenezo on Jun. 03, 2010
By far the best mattress I've come across in both comfort and weight. Pretty narrow but I seem to be able to stay on it. As a side sleeper I've been very impressed by the ability of the mattress to form to my hips and shoulder with out ground contact. Initially I was worried about durability, the material feels very thin and I backpack with my two dogs but so far no punctures even with the occasional pawing!
Expensive! Also slides a lot on silnylon.


Cred: 9
Review by bRad81 on May. 16, 2011
By far the best mattress for its size and weight. Extremely comfortable and warm. Not to mention it is one of the lightest and packs down oh so small.
If people say expensive, then I say "you get what you pay for." This isn't the cheapest, but it's a great value. Only complaint that I could possibly have is that it is noisy if you toss and turn.
Neo Air Trekker, is supposed to be more durable. But it does not have as high an insulation rating this does.


Cred: 15
Review by stiltz1291 on Jul. 10, 2011
Used 120 days straight last summer on the Appalachian Trail and it never failed me! Wouldn't have completed the trail without it. (Can also be used as a pool float or as a raft for fording rivers ((i.e. Kennebec!)))
Expensive and heavier than foam (but so worth it)
Big Agnes Insulated Air Core (I have had to return mine 3 times, however, because of faulty sealing). Z-Rest



Cred: 2512
Review by Sapdawg1 on Aug. 12, 2011
Unbelievable light weight, packability. Great comfort.
Expensive, but see Pros!!! Have had to make one repair... a little on the fragile side.


Cred: 9
Review by lschwartzel on Sep. 08, 2011
Very Light, comfortable and packs down to the size of a nalgene
Thin material seems like it would puncture easily if laid on rocks, thorns, etc
Try putting a closed cell foam pad under the neoair or simply using the neoair in addition to another pad. It rolls up easily enough with another pad.


Cred: 27
Review by wbetke on Oct. 26, 2011
I've used the Thermarest Basecamp for many years, but the NeoAir is a far superior product in terms of size and weight, without sacrificing comfort
price
This is the most superior sleeping pad I have ever personally used.


Cred: 33
Review by dogfish75 on Jul. 07, 2011
Very comfortable, warm, super-lightweight, small pack size.
Crazy expensive and noisy. I can't believe this thing doesn't come with a stuff sack and repair kit.


Cred: 12
Review by bigwillie713 on Oct. 03, 2011
Comfortable, light, easy to inflate, comfortable,comfortable, packs small
Wish it had a little bit of insulation.


Cred: 5
Review by bax229 on Mar. 16, 2011
This is great mattress. Its light weight and packs down small. A little pricey for an air mattress, but worth it for a comfortable nights sleep. Its a little noisy (like a potato chip bag) until you lay on it.
Takes a couple minutes to inflate since it's not self inflating. Durability has not been an issue yet, but the material is very delicate.


Cred: 3
Review by astroman20 on Aug. 12, 2011
very light weight and comfortable. super compact. I think it's the bet lightweight pad on the market for comfort and weight. I have used it for 2 years now without an issue.
you have to blow it up. Not very hard though
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Therm-a-Rest
NeoAir Sleeping Pad

$59.95 - 149.95
63 mm410 g2.5No
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