Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Venture WV Mattress
|Price:||$64.95 - $374.67|
- Warm: WaveCore construction provides twice the warmth of uninsulated air mattresses
- Compact: Eliminates bulky fill materials to pack small and save room in your pack
- Comfortable: Two Inch (5 cm) of loft and horizontal baffles provide maximum stability
- Durable: Tough, 75D polyester and proven air-tight coatings deliver reliable long-term performance
- Stuff sack included
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Patent-pending WaveCore construction allows the NeoAir Venture WV air mattress to offer targeted quality, performance and value for recreational users. Unique construction creates over one hundred insulating cells, effectively doubling the warmth of uninsulated air mattresses without the bulk, added weight or long-term durability concerns of down or synthetic fills. The Venture WV does all of this with impressively light weight and the superior stability and reliability that only a Therm-a-Rest mattress can deliver. Stuff sack included.
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I went with the Venture vs other NeoAir models mainly due to price, but also because I do not need a very high r-value as I do not camp in very cold weather. That being said, I'm sure you could supplement this with a ccf and reflectix and bring up the r-value quite a bit. I mainly wanted comfort so I will gladly suffer carrying the 8oz difference between this and a RidgeRest for a good nights sleep. It honestly may be more comfortable than my Serta, and I'm not even kidding. I'm a side sleeper and my hips are no where near bottoming out (5'11" ~170lbs).
You can make an inflator out of a trash/compactor bag and the top part of a plastic soda bottle, check it out as it saves you the time, energy, and keeping your moist breath out of the pad. IntenseAngler on youtube had a great how-to video for it.
Update #1: Used this on an overnighter recently. I'm typically a side sleeper but sometimes end up on my back during the night. I slept like a baby on this thing. I camp with my rottweiler and her paws are usually pointed towards my side in the tent. I wasn't worried about her ripping or poking this pad as it's a very durable material.
Update #2: Finally got to test it out in colder temps. Did an overnighter with it getting down to the mid 30s at night, darn near freezing. The pad kept me warm enough. I imagine you could go below freezing with reflectix underneath.
I will update this review after my trip, but I slept on this while the outside temperature was 22°. I never woke up. I prefer to sleep on my side, and I still feel supported and do not touch the ground.
I ordered the small, it is 47"x20". It took me 23 breaths to blow this up, deflating is a breeze. Can't say whether it is durable or not, but I hope so because it doesn't come with a patch kit!
It was super easy to inflate and deflate, rolls up super compact and will make an excellent addition for hiking trips due to its light weight,