Therm-a-Rest - NeoAir (Closeout) Small
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Technical specifications & features
|Weight||Sm: 9 oz. / Med: 13 oz. / Reg: 14 oz. / Lrg: 1 lbs. 3 oz.|
|Gender||Men's & Unisex|
|Mfg Sku/Part Number||01801|
|Other Features||Lightest: Advanced fabrics and proprietary AirTight coatings create the world's lightest air mattress
Warmest: With an R-value of 2.5, the NeoAir is three times warmer than any other uninsulated air mattress. Patented R2 Barrier reflects heat back to your body and cold back to the ground
Baffles create rows of insulating cells to minimize convective cooling
When inflated, the internal baffling also functions to create an internal truss system that virtually eliminates the instability you find on large tube-based air mattresses
Durable and compact: With no insulation, you can blow the NeoAir up directly without worrying about moisture from your breath wetting-out insulation and decreasing performance. Plus, it packs down to the size of a 1-liter bottle
Small: 20 in. x 47 in. x 2.5 in.
Medium: 20 in. x 66 in. x 2.5 in.
Regular: 20 in. x 72 in. x 2.5 in.
Large: 25 in. x 77 in. x 2.5 in.
- Amazing price on this thing. Not sure how you do it but this perfect pad at such a low price is a no brainer. Love my NEOAIR!
- Worth the ivestment
- The cost was a bit more than I would like to have liked to spend and I had concerns about how well it would hold up. After 3 years I am convinced that it was well worth the cost, at 6’2” and 240lbs it has held up well and is no worse for wear. I agree that the horizontal baffles on this pad make it a lot more comfortable, even more than my old Therm-a-Rest – ProLite pad, which still love and use for car camping. As a backpacker on extended trips the weight savings is big, and the space I saved in my pack over my ProLite is huge. 2 thumbs up!
- lightweight, compact and comfortable
- I recently went on a 10 day raft/fishing trip in Alaska and i was a little reluctent to only take this pad along it seemed a little flimsy, and sleeping on gravel bars with nothing between you and the ground was not something I wanted to experience. I ended up only taking this pad and it performed great. The noise that people say is annoying is something you dont even notice once you lay on it. Make sure you put a little extra air in it just before you go to sleep as it did lose a little at night. Overall I would recomend this mat to anyonre that is looking for a lightweight, comfortable sleeping pad.
- Light, small, comfy
I've never had any problems with the noisiness though I can see how others would be concerned.
This may not be the best pad by any one measure but it does well in almost every category: light, comfortable, packs up small, etc.
- Be the envy of camp! hehe
I sleep like a friggin' rock the moment I hit this thing. I have the regular size, and it really is the size of a typical Nalgene bottle. It's warm, stays relatively full all night, and is pretty darn tough for how thing the material is.
I have put a hole in it, but I patched it and it's like new again. Granted, I put it right on the ground (rocks, sticks, yadda yadda) so what do you expect? I recently purchased a z-light, and with that underneath this is a bomb-proof all season sleep system.
- more comfortable
The horizontal baffles on this pad make it a lot more comfortable. When you get near the edge of the pad, it doesn't boot you off onto the ground. It's also slightly warmer than a typical air core pad, but just slightly. I would not use this pad by itself in the snow or really cold conditions.
It's fairly noisy at first, but I was relieved to find they just have a break in period, after which the noise becomes a non-issue. If it wasn't for the steep price I would recommend this to everyone.
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