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Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Air Mattress


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  • Lightweight, uninsulated air mattress that's ideal for light and fast hiking
  • Patent-pending reflective barrier returns warmth to body and reduces heat loss
  • Triangular Core Matrix technology creates stable internal truss system
  • Achieves thermal efficiency without down or fiber insulation, streamlining weight
  • Packs down to the size of 1-liter water bottle; weighs 14 ounces; lifetime warranty

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Product Description

Product Description

The NeoAir mattress represents the world’s most advanced engineering in ultralight comfort. Beyond being the lightest air mattress available, we’ve utilized two patent-pending internal technologies, making it up to three times warmer and far more stable than any other uninsulated air mattress available. And when it comes to space in your pack, you’ll appreciate that it’s no bigger than a one-liter water bottle. Revolutionary by design, the gossamer NeoAir mattress makes comfort one less thing you’ll need to compromise when traveling Fast & Light.

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Representing the world's most advanced engineering in lightweight comfort, the Therm-a-Rest NeoAir mattress is a terrific choice for cold nights on the mountain. The NeoAir is outfitted with a patent-pending reflective barrier that's designed to return warmth to your body and reduce heat loss to the ground, keeping you up to three times warmer than other uninsulated air mattresses. The NeoAir's patent-pending Triangular Core Matrix technology, meanwhile, creates an internal truss system that's extremely stable, so you won't roll off during the middle of the night. Best of all, the mattress achieves thermal efficiency without down or fiber insulation, meaning you can inflate the NeoAir directly without the added weight of a pump. Revolutionary by design, the NeoAir weighs a mere 14 ounces and packs down to the size of a 1-liter water bottle. All Therm-a-Rest mattresses are backed by a limited lifetime warranty.

Specifications

Small

  • Dimensions: 20 by 47 inches
  • Rolled size: 9 by 3.3 inches
  • Weight: 9 ounces
  • R-value: 2.5
  • Thickness: 2.5 inches
Medium
  • Dimensions: 20 by 66 inches
  • Rolled size: 9 by 4 inches
  • Weight: 13 ounces
  • R-value: 2.5
  • Thickness: 2.5 inches
Regular
  • Dimensions: 20 by 72 inches
  • Rolled size: 9 by 4 inches
  • Weight: 14 ounces
  • R-value: 2.5
  • Thickness: 2.5 inches
Large
  • Dimensions: 25 by 77 inches
  • Rolled size: 11 by 4.5 inches
  • Weight: 1 pound 3 ounces
  • R-value: 2.5
  • Thickness: 2.5 inches
About Therm-a-Rest
Three decades after inventing the self-inflating mattress, Therm-a-Rest remains the most trusted name in outdoor comfort. The company makes every mattress in its facilities in the U.S. and Ireland, using only the most reliable, innovative materials available. In addition, Therm-a-Rest puts them through rigorous lab and field-testing to ensure that they perform well in every situation. That's why the company backs all of its products with a lifetime warranty honored worldwide. With one office in Seattle, Washington, and a second in Middleton, County Cork, Ireland, the company says with confidence that "beneath every great trip lies a Therm-a-Rest."

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 11.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001QWFDD0
  • Item model number: NEOAIRMATTRESS
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (64 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #299,751 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

It's ideal for backpacking due to weight and size.
Happy Camper
We were warm enough (even on cold and rainy nights at high altitude), cusioned enough and got the best night(s) sleep ever in the backcountry.
JMT Cairn
Ive used this pad extensively in multi-day trips into wilderness with much happiness.
CrestedButteCamper

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

58 of 60 people found the following review helpful By HVeinott on July 3, 2009
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Perfect for backpacking as it folds into about 1/4 the size of an "old-school" thermarest. You will also feel considerably warmer. It has a metallic type layer on the bottom which radiates your body heat back up to you. I got the regular size which is big enough to get the job done, however it's on the narrow side and if I was starting over I'd get the largest. Small or medium seem pointless as the regular folds incredibly small anyway. This mat does look more delicate at least superficially, but I haven't had any problem with it breaking or deflating. If you are into backpacking this is now the only air mattress I would consider buying, at least for warm weather hiking. The only thing to keep in mind is that there is no foam or insulation at all, so in the unlikely event it deflates you are left with nothing. When winter camping I bring a thin foam pad as well just in case. But in the summer, with all the space you save in your bag you can make room for more important things, like a bigger pillow or extra alcohol.
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40 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 10, 2010
My Thermarest neoair large should arrive back at Cascade Designs this week. After using the air pad for 10-12 times, it developed very small leaks (micro leaks) in the seams. These leaks are hard to detect--you must inflate the pad, submerge it, put serious pressure on it, and look for the pinpoint leaks on the seams. The consequence of these leaks is that I (195#, 6'1") had to re-inflate the pad every 4-5 hrs during the night.

A call to Cascade Designs (Thermarest) got a pleasant "send it back and we will switch it out."

I wonder if the high price of the neoair pads is because they expect a certain number of "failures" and subsequent replacements.

On the plus side, the neoair is by far the most comfortable pad I have ever used--I get a great night's rest (if I don't have to keep re-inflating it.) I'm a kayaker and carry a simple air-pad pump to inflate it. A couple extra breaths top it off. It is an obviously somewhat delicate product with respect to sharp or pointed objects. I always inflate it in the tent and had no problems w/ punctures for the 25-30 times I used it.

I strongly recommend the "large" over the "regular" if the extra few ounces are not a problem. My wife has the regular, and she occasionally mentions that it is a bit narrow--she is 5'8", 130#. So far, her's does not leak.

I camp 30+ nights a year--about half of those on Florida beaches and in the Everglades, the other half are in the western US (rocky mountains at 8000-9000' and desert SW.) I'm looking forward to my NeoAir replacement, but I have also ordered an Exped SynMat 9 Deluxe air pad to try. I will update this post with my experiences.
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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By EWP66 on October 11, 2009
Over my 45 year backpacking career, I have tried every conceivable foam pad, searching for the lightest weight, and most comfort. I put high value on a comfortable nights sleep, and this pad delivers. Since you can easily adjust it while laying on it, you can dial in how firm you want the pad to be. It does take longer to fold and pack up as you have to fold it in thirds length-wise, and then roll it up to expel the air. I swore I would never blow up another foam pad, as that is what we had to do in the 60's. But this pad only takes about 15 breaths to fully inflate. The comfort, insulation and light weight make this the best pad I have owned. The biggest down-side is that I would not fold this up and use it in my crazy creek chair shell or sleep on the bare ground with it. It is too delicate for that, but it's just fine inside a tent.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Sandbarweekends on July 19, 2010
After using this air mattress for 33 days, in a variety of climates and terrains across 26 states, it was the most valuable thing I packed. After riding a motorcycle for 8 to 10 hours a day, a good night sleep is really all you can think about. The Neoair delievered each and every night, with me waking up in the morning completely refreshed and ready to go. When I first received it in the mail, I was a little worried about the durability and height off the ground (when inflated). I took two patch kits with me (better safe than sorry, especially when it's 33 days), but never ended up needing them. As for the height, it turns out that Therm-a-rest knows more about air mattresses than I do. The mattress kept me off the ground, even when on my side, but it was taunt enough that it didn't give in or dip in the middle like larger air mattresses. I'm 6'1", 195lbs and the large option was the only option. When deflated and rolled up, it's the size of a 1 liter soda container. Which is great when every inch counts.

Well, to summarize my experience after spening a month on the ground, the NeoAir is worth every penny I paid and then some... enjoy.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Dee Golles on June 26, 2009
Color Name: LimonSize Name: Medium
I have used this Therm-a-Rest NeoAir mattress for two weekends and think it really is great. It is so incredibly light compared to anything else that I've used - and I've done several others. I liked the thickness- kept me off the ground even when I was lying on my side. I also liked the texture of the yellow surface; it kept me from sliding off which is usually a problem on uneven sleeping surfaces. When ordering remember that "Regular" is actually only about Five feet , whereas if you want a full length you have to order a "Long". A little tricky; I actually liked the "regular" since I use my soft pack for a pillow. On the negative side I did not appreciate having to spend $14.95 on a sack for it- should've been included in the cost, which I thought was on the high side already but willing to buy it since my old one was ripped up by a bear . I also worry about how durable it is long term since it seems so thin. But I guess time will tell.
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