TheBackPacker August 16, 2012 0

Thermarest NeoAir Trekker Pad Review

Thanks to  for testing out the Thermarest NeoAir Trekker Sleeping Pad.

The large size measure 25 inches wide and 77 inches tall, with a 2.5 inch depth. It weighs in at 1 pound 10 ounces for the large size. Overall a good buy if you go on overnighters often – but maybe too expensive for a casual camper.

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.

  • Therm-a-Rest combines advanced, patent-pending technology and material with decades of experience to offer a lightweight, warm and incredibly compactible sleeping pad
  • Offering twice the warmth of other uninsulated sleeping pads, internal baffling reduces convection heat loss between a warm body and cold ground much like a dual-pane window
  • Innovative baffling also creates an internal truss system that minimizes the movement of air; shift less and rest better!
  • Supple, yet rugged 75-denier? textured polyester fabric on top and a durable 100-denier? polyester on the bottom provide a quiet sleep surface
  • Thermal efficiency without added down or fiber insulation saves weight and allows the Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Trekker to pack down small; stuff sack is included

You can buy this at almost all outfitters. Check it out here at Altrec