Therm-a-Rest - NeoAir XTherm (Fall 2014)
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Technical specifications & features
|Weight||Small: 11 oz. (310 g)
Medium: 14 oz. (410 g)
Regular: 15 oz. (430 g)
Large: 1 lb 6 oz. (640 g)
|Color||Reflex Grey / Grey|
|Material||30d High Tenacity Nylon / 70d Nylon Soft Grip|
|Other Features||Relative Warmth (R-Value): 5.7
Thickness: 6.3 cm (2.5 in)
SMALL: 51 x 119 cm (20 x 47 in)
-- SMALL Compressed: 23 x 9 cm ( 9 x 3.3 in)
MEDIUM: 51 x 168 cm (20 x 66 in)
-- MEDIUM Compressed: 23 x 10 cm (9 x 4 in)
REGULAR: 51 x 183 cm (20 x 72 in)
-- REGULAR Compressed: 23 x 10 cm (9 x 4 in)
LARGE: 63 x 196 cm (25 x 77 in)
-- LARGE Compressed: 28 x 11 cm (11 x 4.5 in)
- I think it is best of the best
just top gear
especialy this pump sack
- Very warm!
After taking a couple years off backpacking, I recently tested my old ThermaRest 3/4 out in the shop on the cold concrete floor with a Marmot down bag. Wow. At age 50, my hips and shoulders do not care for the slim build of my old built-to-last pad.
My wife and I bought 2 XTherms. With time on my hands I am OK with using the bag to pump air into the pad to keep moisture out, but the option is there to blow into them. These things are WARM (you can feel the body heat radiating back towards you) and they are thick enough to make life on the ground bearable.
Buy the best first. Some say the XTherm is too warm for the summer (not tested yet) but I bet I can find a way to manage.
- 2013 Hike thru
I purchased the large as i am a bigt guy. fits perfectly in my tent and I have rolled over rocks and roots and this NeoAir XTherm has survived. it's tough and a must to help add to the comfort and warmth. I retired and began my 2013 Hike thru Februrary 24 hiking from Amicola State park to Springer mountain.
Samson (Trail name)
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