NeoAir XLite Sleeping Pad

Thermarest NeoAir XLite Sleeping Pad Reviews

You're gearing up for week-long sprint down the Pacific Crest Trail and you need an ultra-light sleeping pad that won't weigh you down or take up precious cargo space in your pack, but you also realize that if you don't make your sleeping time count, you'll be exhausted and your pace will suffer. Not to worry, the Therm-a-Rest NeoAir XLite Sleeping Pad features a smart design and proven technology to keep you warm and comfy while minimizing weight and bulk.

Although it packs up smaller than a one-liter water bottle when you stuff it into your pack, it delivers comfort fit for a king once inflated. Lightweight, yet tough nylon can handle sharp jabs from rocky campsites, while the soft no-slip top fabric boosts comfort and keeps you from slipping off your pad when you're sleeping on uneven ground. ThermaCapture layers within the pad reflect body heat, and Triangular Core Matrix construction maximizes insulating properties to keep the cold ground from robbing all your warmth. Whether you're a minimalist backpacker or a dedicated thru-hiker, get the rest you need for the long trek ahead with the NeoAir XLite sleeping pad.

Product Reviews

Nest sleeping pad if you're looking for an ultralight one!

I had a few sleeping pads so far and this is by far the best one (but also the most expensive one). It's super light weight and packs SO small! Also it's very comfortable for a sleeping pad. But it makes some squeeking noises when you move in your sleep which can be quite loud sometimes. I have not tried in very cold nights (below 7°C) so I cannot rely tell about the isolation right now.

I would recommend this sleeping pad for everyone who wants to save some weight and space when packing! It's a little bit more expensive than other pads from therm a rest but also very comfortable.

Great for side sleepers with almost 3 inches to keep your shoulders and hips comfy.

Great for side sleepers with almost 3 inches to keep your shoulders and hips comfy. This pad packs up smaller than a Nalgene and weighs next to nothing. Since it’s an inflatable pad, it can’t be put directly on the ground without a risk of getting a hole in it. Thermarest does include a field repair kit for accidents, which is a nice backup. Like most lightweight gear, treat it with care and it will last you years.

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