|$139.95 - $169.95|
|$139.95 - $169.95|
|$139.95 - $169.95|
A Cadillac among sleeping pads, the NeoAir All Season from Therm-a-Rest supplies an R value of 4.9, an incredible level of warmth in an air mattress, without the weight or bulk found in conventional foam designs – 1 lb 3 oz for size regular. The secret to this plush pad is its Triangular Core Matrix that traps warm air in over 100 internal cells that also provide greater stability than that found in other tube-based pads. Expect warmth on a stable, super-durable all-season mattress minus the usual amount of weight.
The Therm-A-Rest NeoAir All Season Pad uses multiple layers of Therm-A-Rest's Reflective Barrier technology to dramatically boost warmth and create a leading contender in the four-season air mattress market. Best of all, they've accomplished this thermal boost without a significant gain in weight, while maintaining all the amazing comfort that has made the NeoAir mattress an instant, world-wide success.
In the world of lightweight backpacking, the less an item weighs, the fewer features it's supposed to have. Not true with the Therm-a-Rest All Season All-Season Sleep Pad. The patent-pending Triangular Core Matrix technology creates over 100 cells and reflective barriers to trap warm air without the bulk of regular insulation, so you can enjoy unprecedented comfort on the trail in any season.
Country of Origin: USA
|Bottom Fabric:||70d Nylon.|
|Bottom fabric type:||70d Nylon|
|COMPACT & LIGHT:||Manually-inflated design and no fiber or down insulation allow significant weight and space savings over any mattress with comparable warmth.|
|Color:||Columbia / Griffin|
|Dimensions:||Medium: 20in/51cm x 66in/168cm x 2.5in/6.3cm Regular: 20in/51cm x 72in/183cm x 2.5in/6.3cm Large: 25in/63cm x 77in/196cm x 2.5in/6.3cm|
|Extra Comfort:||Stable construction and 2.5-inch thickness offer greater comfort for a full night of sleep.|
|Lasting Performance:||The All Season mattress can be inflated directly without the worry of exhaled moisture wetting insulation and decreasing performance.|
|Length:||72 in / 183 cm|
|Light and Compact:||NeoAir technology allows the All Season mattress to be lighter and more packable than mattresses filled with conventional insulation.|
|Material:||75d Polyester/70d Nylon|
|NEOAIR COMFORT:||Internal truss system stabilizes mattress for unmatched stability and comfort|
|Pack Size:||11 in. x 4.8 in.|
|Packed:||8x4.75x4.75 in (20.3x12x12 cm)|
|Packed Size:||11" x 4.5" (Regular); 13" x 4.8" (Large)|
|Packed dimension:||8 x 4.75 x 4.75 in / 20.3 x 12 x 12 cm|
|Pad Type:||Air Pads|
|Shell Material:||Upper: 75d Polyester Lower: 70d Nylon|
|Size Stuffed:||Medium: 8 x 4.75 x 4.75 in / 20.3 x 12 x 12 cm Regular: 8 x 4.75 x 4.75 in / 20.3 x 12 x 12 cm Large: 11 x 4.8 in / 28 x 12 cm|
|Sleeping Pad Type:||Manual Inflating|
|Thickness:||2.5 in / 6.3 cm|
|Top Fabric:||75d Polyester.|
|Top fabric type:||75d Polyester|
|Total Weight:||Medium: 1 lbs 2 oz / 510 g Regular: 1 lbs 3 oz / 540 g Large: 1 lbs 9 oz / 710 g|
|Volume:||3600 cubic inches|
|Weight:||1 lb 2 oz / 510g (Medium); 1 lb 3 oz / 540g (Regular); 1 lb 9 oz / 710g (Large)|
|Weight [with packaging]:||Medium: 1.45 lb, Regular: 1.55 lb, Large: 1.95 lb|
|Width:||20 in / 51 cm|
|Year-Round Warmth:||Patent-pending technology traps warm air to provide a high degree of warmth.|
|Therm-a-Rest NeoAir All Season - Large||$139.95 - $169.95|
|Therm-a-Rest NeoAir All Season Mattress Medium||$139.95|
|Therm-a-Rest NeoAir All-Season Sleeping Pad-Green-L||$169.95|
|Therm-a-Rest NeoAir All Season - previous seasons||$139.95 - $169.95|
I had called and talked with one of the Backcountry gear experts. I explained that I was an insomniac and tried a lot of different pads to no avail. I am a side sleeper, my hip or shoulder always bottom out on the ground through the pad, this causes me to wake up sore and I can't go back to sleep. The gear guru assured me I would not have this problem with this pad. This past week I had a chance to try it out. For me I found it took 17 breaths to blow it up each time consistantly that I tried. I am 5'10" 185lbs, muscular build being a trainer. While another 6" in width would be perfect I was very comfortable sleeping on this pad. I did not bottom out my hip/shoulder as with previous pads. I actually slept through the night which is rare for me. I was hesitant at first but he reassured me I would be happy so I took him at his word, at present I can not argue with him as it worked as he described (something I rarely find these days). It packs down small, taking up little space Granted this was my first outing with it and time may tell a different story, however I am grading it based on the fact that it solves the concerns I had when I called for advice. My hip/shoulder does not bottom out and I don't see that changing in the future short of a leak. I camp alone and therefore have no complaints from a noisey standpoint although did not find this to be a problem myself. Jeff
This has been great. I have about 35 nights on it-some of which are when my dog is with me. My dog has walked right over the pad and I have had no problems at all. I dont cut her nails so the pad was exposed to her claws.
The pad is warm, comfortable and most of all light. I own the exped downmat and while that is still more comfortable and warmer, I usually take this backpacking because of the weight savings and for how small it compresses. This will literally compress about half the size of a downmat 7.
I have not had any problems with midnight deflation-but I use the pump which utilizes the ambient air so no compression issues with warm air cooling off.
Overall-I would absolutely buy this again. Bonus-made in the USA-worth the extra cash.
I've had this sleeping pad for a couple seasons and it works great for keeping you off the ground, but its a bit narrow so I suggest getting a size bigger. Its meant for backpacking so they make them smaller than you may think. It comes with a bag to help pressure into the pad but I have never been able to make that work efficiently so I just blow right into the mouth piece and that works great. I've taken this on the river and camping. Still a great pack if you plan to be out for a couple of days!
This is a great pad, it packs down a little shorter, but a little wider than a nalgene bottle. It's very light and doesn't take up much space inside my pack. I've used this Jan. 2012 up at Priest lake, ID on our annual snow camp out and it kept me plenty warm combined with a zero degree sleeping bag. I love the fact that it's over 2" thick, not sure that it's 2.5", but maybe I didn't have it all the way inflated. Either way it's the best nights sleep that I've had on a camping trip.
3 NeoAirs, 3 leaks. 3 field patches, 3 more leaks. Spare yourself the warranty returns and your tentmates the incessant noisy crinkling. Being stuck halfway through a walk across Iceland with all your patches used and no working sleeping pad is unpleasant. Exped SynMat UL7 is a much better choice, from a size, durability and insulation standpoint; Nemo Astro if you want to go heavier.