Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Trekker Pad

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Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Trekker Pad
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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.

Fabric:

  • Patent-pending Triangular Core Matrix construction creates over 100 insulating cells that equalize air distribution for unmatched stability
  • Advanced materials and fiberless insulation assure the lightest and most compact mattress possible.
  • Rugged fabrics provide added protection from punctures and abuse, adding versatility
  • Rugged, 75-denier polyester bottom and supple, 50-denier top assure maximum versatility with the durability and comfort to handle a wide range of uses

Padding:

  • R-value equals 3.0; most sleeping pads we sell range in R-value from 1.0 (minimally insulated) to 9.5 (well insulated)

Insulation:

  • Reflective layers inside the NeoAir reflect heat back to your body, amplifying warmth without the bulk, weight or durability issues of down and synthetic fills
  • Thermal efficiency without added down or fiber insulation saves weight and allows the Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Trekker Sleeping Pad to pack down small; stuff sack is included

Comfort:

  • Internal truss system stabilizes mattress for unmatched stability and comfort.

Features:

  • Superior Stability
  • Patent-pending triangular Core Matrix technology provides twice the warmth of other uninsulated air mattresses
  • Lasting Performance
  • Manually inflated design allows significant weight saving and compact go-anywhere storage
Backcountry.com
Enjoy the comfort, durability and versatility of the lightweight, compact NeoAir Trekker Sleeping Pad. Thanks to Therm-a-Rest's Triangular Core Matrix technology, which creates over 100 internal cells that equalize air distribution and trap warm air, you enjoy terrific stability and warmth. Manual inflation shaves weight and helps the NeoAir Trekker to pack down into a small space. The tough 100D polyester bottom and supple 75D nylon top ensure durability, so you can use the pad in the most rugged conditions.

Cabelas
Go camping with ThermaCapture™ Radiant Heat technology beneath you and you'll enjoy a boost of up to 50% more warmth. The NeoAir Trekker Sleeping Pad is among the warmest Therm-A-Rest camping pads because it uses up to four layers of reflective ThermaCapture lining and an advanced, internal configuration that reflects radiant heat back to your body. This updated version even boasts a reduced wt. while still maintaining outstanding durability and comfort. Includes stuff sack and repair kit. Made in USA.
Color: Pistachio.

Zappos.com
Versatile and comfortable, the NeoAir Trekker by Therm-a-Rest® makes sleeping outdoors a dream.
Patent-pending Triangular Core Matrix™ construction creates over 100 internal cells that equalize air distribution for unmatched stability.
Internal cells trap heat and slow convective heat loss without the unnecessary weight or bulk of synthetic or down fill.
, advanced materials and fiberless insulation assure the lightest and most compact mattress possible.
Rugged, 100D nylon bottom and supple, 75D top assure maximum versatility with the durability and comfort to handle a wide range of uses.
REI

The Therm-a-Rest NeoAir™ Trekker™ Sleeping Pad is now 50% warmer than the previous version, pushing its comfort range well into spring and fall backpacking trips.

Made in USA.


Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS)
Building on the success of the Therm-A-Rest NeoAir mattress, the NeoAir Trekker Mattress adds a durable yet supple fabric for a longer lifespan in the harsh outdoor environment.

Country of Origin: USA


Campmor
The Therm-A-Rest NeoAir™ Trekker™ Mattress is a solid, 3-season mattress perfect for backpackers and campers alike. Reflective ThermaCapture™ in a patent-pending configuration reflects radiant heat back to your body boosting warmth by 50%. Reduced weight while still maintaining outstanding durability is what makes these mattresses so popular. Stuff sack and repair kit included.
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R Specs.

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Rock/Creek Outfitters

The surprisingly light and compact Therm-A-Rest NeoAir Trekker air mattress offers exceptional comfort and durability for maximum versatility. The patent-pending Triangular Core Matrix™ technology creates over 100 internal cells to provide ample three-season warmth without the bulk of added insulation, while providing the most stable night’s rest of any air mattress made. A rugged polyester bottom boosts all-purpose durability and a supple polyester top is the right choice for those seeking to trim weight, not comfort. Stuff sack included.

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Activity:Backpacking
Bottom Fabric:75d polyester
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:25 in. x 77 in.
Dimensions - metric:3.0
Efficient Warmth:Reflective ThermaCapture™ in a patent-pending configuration reflect radiant heat back to your body boosting warmth by 50%
Insulation:Air pad
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.
Length:72 in.
Material:Top fabric: Polyester , Bottom fabric: Polyester, Core: Nylon
Pack Size:11 in. x 4.8 in.
Packed Size:11 x 4 in (Regular), 13 x 4.5 in (Large), 13 x 3.5 in (Large Torso)
Packed dimension:Reg
Pad Type:Air Pads
Pad length (in.):Rectangular
Pad thickness (in.):Synthetic
Pad width (in.):Synthetic
R value:2.0.
R-Value:Air pad
Repair kit included:Air pad
Shape:Rectangular
Sleeping Pad Type:Manual Inflating
Sleeping pad shape:Backpacking
Storage Sack:No
Stuff Sack:Yes
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.
Top Fabric:50d polyester
Volume:Reg
Weight:1lb 3 oz (Regular), 1 lb 8 oz (Large), 1 lb (Large Torso)
Weight - metric:3.0
Width:20 in.
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Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Trekker Pad Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

In summary, this is a durable, comfortable, compact (when folded of course), and the most affordable pad in the neoair series, which for me, makes it the perfect 3 season pad. You can certainly shave couple of ounces by going to xlite or xtherm. But for the criteria that I use, the trekker is the better choice for the following reasons:
1. I find the rectagular shape of the trekker to be personally better than the xlite and xtherm (just find the shape to be more comfortable).
2. I found the occasional "crinkly" sounds to be minimal compared to the xlite and xtherm as well (xlite being the worst - relatively speaking).
3. And of course this one is the least expensive.
I do think that the all season is the best overall buy however (if you must have a single pad for all four seasons), because it does have a higher R value, not much more expensive than the trekker, has similar rectangular shape, and comparable in weight - but I don't in any way regret getting the trekker. (well, my gf got it for me for b-day....so I'll use it regardless cause I appreciate it).
Furthermore, if you're weight sensitive and/or require higher R-value, you'll have to go up to the xTherm....or XLite obviously.

Yung Lee at Backcountry.com on 03/23/2013

I got my neoair second-hand and spent about 70 nights sleeping on it over the summer. It's still kicking butt.
You need to be mindful of it (I use a plastic ground-sheet and a thin foam pad under mine), same with any light-weight inflatable sleeping pad, but it's impressively durable considering the size an weight. The only issue I've had came up after a night of sleeping in a campsite full of thorns. The pad got a small puncture, which I was able to find and easily fix with the patch-kit provided, and it continues to work great now.
Blowing it up every night is bit of an ordeal and if you use it at a base-camp you'll find that, over time, it slowly deflates and requires a couple extra breaths every day or so. To me, it's all worth it for the comfort, though.
Ultimately, I would recommend it to anyone who has trouble falling asleep, anyone with back pain, and anyone who spends more than 5 days a year sleeping on the ground.

Karen at Backcountry.com on 11/08/2013

Great, especially with Luxury lite cot!

I got this to put on top of my new thermarest luxury lite cot. The cot + sleeping pad is more comfortable than my bed! I'm 43 and field biologists working in rainforests. I am getting a little tired of sleeping on the ground with a foam mat, and so chose this combination to alleviate pressure spots and wetness. Overall my 'field' bed now weighs about 3.5 lb. Its a bit heavy, but wow is it worth the bit of extra weight. I sleep quite well. As for the pad itself. It slides a bit on the cot, but that seems to stop when you put on liner or sleeping bag. Its also a little bit cold on top of the cot. These are small prices to pay for comfort when you need to have rest to make 12 hour forays into the forest each day. Highly recommended!!
kgape at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 12/12/2012

I got the "large torso" model which is 25 x 47 inches. It weighs exactly a pound according to my cheap plastic kitchen scale. I used this on a week-long backpacking trip and it worked quite well. The pad is nice and thick, so I always had a nicew cushion for my hips, shoulders, and head. My feet extended off the end of the pad but I put some clothes or an empty pack under them and that worked fine. This pad seems to be more sturdy than some of the lighter models; the fabric feels a little bit thicker and tougher.

tomp674716 at Backcountry.com on 09/15/2013

Final a sleeping pad that really gets you off the ground. You wont miss an hour of sleep with this pad. Sure it takes a little longer to blow up but it is well worth the time. The noise is minimal, especially from within your sleeping bag. I also found that I can sleep on my side with this pad and still not hit the ground. I'm 5'10" and 145lbs.
I would recommend the regular to anyone who is around my size and needs that added cushion between them and nature.

Shea at Backcountry.com on 07/08/2013

I've used this everywhere from the United States' Southeast to the banks of the Arctic Ocean (summertime). It gets small enough to fit in my nalgene if I wanted it too yet it is large and comfy enough that it's practically a portable air mattress. Yea I might be a little dizzy taking the last few breaths blowing it up, but I've never fallen asleep on uncomfortable terrain quicker. It breaks down fast and easy and isn't a hassle to get into the provided stuff sack. Great Purchase.

Sam Ingbar at Backcountry.com on 09/20/2013

I am 6'3" and the large fits me well. I am very happy with this pad. It is cheaper than the four season version and is only marginally larger and heavier. I felt it was a good decision to save the money and get the trekker vs. the other pads available from thermarest. Mine has never leaked air through the night and typically stays inflated for two straight nights. It is very tough and durable, I would recommend this to anyone looking for a good nights sleep!

Tighe Cordry at Backcountry.com on 03/02/2013

Took this out for a week on the AT and slept like a baby. Even on a rocky surface, the pad kept me comfortable. It is 20 breaths to blow it up but not an issue for me. I ordered a regular and it just fits inside my tent. Im 5'10, 185lbs and a side sleeper and it kept me high and warm.If you're looking for a lightweight, compact, very comfortable, warm sleeping pad, look no further!

nscott at Backcountry.com on 10/13/2013

Took this pad out camping and it worked pretty well. I got a good night sleep on it, and the size worked for me--I'm a medium-sized lady--but it may be on the narrow side for anyone much bigger than I am, particularly the guys. My only complaint would be that it's pretty loud if you toss and turn at all, but once you're asleep, it's all good!

marp296532 at Backcountry.com on 07/15/2013

So far, so good! I have only used it about 10 times, but so far it holds air all night.
It packs nice and small, and it's nice and light. It takes a little longer to blow up than some other pads I've used, but I take that trade off for the comfortable sleep any day!

Paul Harvey at Backcountry.com on 10/27/2013

Negative Reviews:

very comfortable, when it holds air!

Before mine started to deflate, the only complaint i would have is that the fabric absorbs sweat very easily. If you use this for an extended amount of time (like I am on my AT thru hike) dont buy it! Mine stinks to all hell and isn't easy to clean like the yellow neoair. Maybe this is better suited for the occasional use of a car camper. I bought this over the regular neoair because this was supposed to be more durable, but that turned out to not be the case. Just fork over the extra money for the yellow neo air, and enjoy its lighter weight. After I submit this, I am hopping in the car and returning my pad.
Lando at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 08/08/2011