|$119.95 - $139.95|
|$99.95 - $119.95|
|$99.95 - $119.95|
|$99.95 - $139.95|
|$119.95 - $139.95|
Based on the Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Pad, the Trekker mattress brings even more comfort and durability to a proven equation of lightweight and compact sleeping pad design. Therm-a-Rest's Triangular Core Matrix Technology maintains its promise of twice the warmth of other uninsulated air mattress along with the unique stability that only Neo technology can offer. If you are looking for the lightest and warmest pad, then check out the NeoAir Pad. If you are looking for a great pad but looking for an economic alternative, the Trekker is the pad for you. Includes stuff sack.
Country of Origin: USA
The NeoAir Trekker sleeping pad from Therm-a-Rest uses the patent-pending Triangular Core Matrix technology that creates 100 cells that provide 3-season warmth without added insulation and weight. The bottom is a rugged polyester for durability and the soft top saves weight without cutting back on comfort.
Specs: (Regular / Large)
A better choice for backpacking in warmer climates, the Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Trekker sleeping pad adds a level of comfort and durability to this already lightweight air mattress.
Made in USA.
|Average pad weight (oz.):||No|
|Average weight - metric:||No|
|Compact and Light:||Manual inflation, advanced materials and fiberless insulation assure the lightest and most compact mattress possible.|
|Country of Origin:||Made in Seattle, USA|
|Dimensions:||(regular) 20 x 72 x 2.5 in, (large) 25 x 77 x 2.5 in, (large torso) 25 x 47 x 2,5 in|
|Dimensions - metric:||2.0|
|Efficient Warmth:||Internal cells trap heat and slow convective heat loss without the unnecessary weight or bulk of synthetic or down fill.|
|Lasting Performance:||Rugged, 100D polyester bottom and supple, 75D top assure maximum versatility with the durability and comfort to handle a wide range of uses.|
|Material:||Top fabric: Polyester , Bottom fabric: Polyester, Core: Nylon|
|Packaged Dimensions:||Large - 11 x 4.5 in|
|Packed Dimensions:||Regular - 9 x 4 in|
|Packed Size:||11 x 4 in (Regular), 13 x 4.5 in (Large), 13 x 3.5 in (Large Torso)|
|Pad Type:||Air Pads|
|Pad length (in.):||Rectangular|
|Pad thickness (in.):||Synthetic|
|Pad width (in.):||Synthetic|
|Recommended Use:||camping, backpacking, travel|
|Repair kit included:||Air pad|
|Rolled Size:||11 in. x 3.5 in. / 28 cm x 8 cm (large torso) 9 in. x 4.0 in. / 23 cm x 10 cm (regular) 11 in. x 4.5 in. / 28 cm x 11 cm (large)|
|Shoulder Girth:||20 in.|
|Sleeping Pad Type:||Manual Inflating|
|Sleeping pad shape:||Backpacking|
|Stuff Size:||11x4 in.|
|Stuff sack included:||Rectangular|
|Superior Stability:||Patent-pending Triangular Core Matrix™ construction creates over 100 internal cells that equalize air distribution for unmatched stability.|
|Thickness:||2.5 in. / 6.3 cm (for all sizes)|
|Volume:||Large Torso - 2,938 cu in|
|Weight:||1 lb / 450 g (large torso) 1 lbs 4 oz / 570 g (regular) 1 lbs 10 oz / 730 g (large)|
|Weight - metric:||2.0|
|Weight [with packaging]:||Large Torso: 1.1 lb, Regular: 1.4 lb, Large: 1.8 lb|
|Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Trekker Large||$139.95|
|Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Trekker Sleeping Pad-Green-Regular||$119.95|
|Therm-a-Rest Neoair Trekker Irregular||$89.96 - $99.97|
|Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Inflatable Sleeping Pad||$94.95 - $119.95|
Both my wife and I have these pads. She is a 5'8"ish side sleeper and has the regular size, I'm a 6'1"ish back sleeper and have the large size. I'm actually ok with the length of the regular size, but prefer the width of the large to let my arms down. Both pack down remarkably small, with the large size only about an inch and a half longer when rolled. When fully inflated they are a bit firm, we usually fully inflate them, lay down, and slowly let air out until it feels just right. The thickness is nice for my wife, since even as a side sleeper she doesn't bottom out anywhere. Probably not enough insulation for winter, but we don't camp/backpack then anyways. We haven't had any problems with leaks or the material looking worn, so it seems to be durable. Certainly feels more durable than the regular neoair. We've always used ours in a tent. From an in-store comparison, this seems less "crinkly" sounding than the neoair.
Minor gripes: included stuff sack (big + over the neoair) is way too big, the inflation valve is hard to clean (really a gripe with almost all inflatable pads)
As many have written before, Thermarest really nailed it with this new model of the NeoAir.
I had a Big Agnes air pad prior to springing for the Trekker, and this pad is all about the horizontal air ballasts. My BA pad had vertical air chambers, and the horizontal ones conform to your back more easily. I used my trekker for the first time last weekend on top of a car camping cot, so I was extra spoiled, but I'm looking forward to see how much more comfy it is on the ground.
A friend of my BF owned the previous model of the NeoAir, and said it sounded like a "bag of potato chips" and didn't seem very durable. The Trekker is quiet and seems tough. Only downside is that it is not insulated, but I've heard Thermarest is coming out with the silver coating insulation. My BF got the 3/4 length 25" Trekker, and he loves the extra width.
So far, no regrets here. Way to go, Thermarest.
I thought it was very comfortable, but on my fourth night on it, it stopped holding air. It's going back to BC. I like the Neo concept, but in my opinion these things just aren't made for use outside your tent.