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Therm-A-Rest NeoAir XTherm Ultralight Backpacking Air Mattress
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- Four-season inflatable sleeping pad for backpacking and camping offers maximum warmth for weight, ideal for sleeping in cold, wintry conditions
- Reflective ThermaCapture technology traps radiant heat while Triangular Core Matrix baffled construction provides stability and minimizes heat loss
- Tapered design reduces weight without compromising warmth; textured, no-slip fabric ensures that sleeping bags stay put during the night
- The 2.5-inch thick mattress inflates in less than two minutes by blowing into valve, and packs to the size of a one-liter water bottle
- Measures 77x25x2.5 inches inflated, 11x4.5 inches packed, and weighs 20 ounces; stuff sack and repair kit included
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The Therm-A-Rest NeoAir XTherm Lightweight Inflatable Backpacking Air Mattress for backpacking and camping is the ultimate winter expedition sleeping pad. Offering maximum warmth for the weight, it's designed specifically for adding a padded layer of warmth between sleeping bag and ground in harsh, cold conditions. Proprietary reflective ThermaCapture technology traps radiant heat within the pad, while the Triangular Core Matrix minimizes heat loss during sleep. Baffled internal structure provides support and comfort in a 2.5-inch inflated mattress, for a restful night in the backcountry. Inflates easily in less than two minutes by blowing into the valve, for quick setup in a bivy or a tent. The four-season Therm-A-Rest NeoAir XTherm sleeping pad is perfect for lightweight expeditions in rugged environments, both summer and winter, thanks to its innovative tapered design and materials, which eliminate bulk, making it possible to pack the ground pad to the size of a one-liter water bottle. Available in two sizes: Regular measures 72x20x2.5 inches inflated, packs to 9x4 inches, and weighs 15 ounces; Large measures 77x25x2.5 inflated, packs to 11x4.5 inches, and weighs 20 ounces. Stuff sack and repair kit included. Made in the USA.
Style: Large - 25 x 77-Inches
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I put my sleeping pads inside my sleeping bag when the weather is cold because it makes a huge difference in how warm you will be. With the temperature going down to the upper teens I chose to sleep in light weight thermals , no jacket , and standard weight sox. My bag is a military surplus rated to 40 degrees, and I coverd that with a snugpak jungle blanket. I literally broke a sweat. I was very snug. This sleeping pad is the warmest I have used and super light. My search for my pad is over and it has earned a permanent position in my pack.
It is worth the money if you are a hard core camper or just incest on having the best gear you can get. I use my gear hard and have to depend on it. Thermorest has a good reputation for durable gear so you won't have to worry about the pad deflating on you causing a bad situation on a cold night. It is well worth the price and I would buy it again.
This mat is worth every penny. I could sell my bed and sleep on this and be just fine.
There are simply no other pads out there that are as warm and light. With an R-value of 5.7 it's rated for use down to about -4 F. Practically speaking, it can be safely used year-round. I've used it in the high 20s F and it's insanely warm. But in the summer it remains comfortable — I've had no issues using it in temperatures up to 65 F.
The reason that the pad cost so much is that it manages to be so warm and so light. The first time I used it on a 4 night trip backpacking trip and I was desperately trying to cut every ounce from my pack I could, I knew then that I had made the right choice spending the extra money on this pad rather than going with something heavier to try and save $50.
Word of warning, just like any tent or pack, this is durable to a point (literally). Don't throw this absentmindedly onto the ground, make sure there's a footprint/clean floor underneath first.
Additionally I was a little bit surprised about how small this mat actually is, but it is still big enough to have a very comfortable sleep on (my girlfriend is 175cm).