Aerogel is lightweight and has high R-value insulation.
Does anyone have experience with an Aerogel product?
http://www.polarwrap.com "Toasty Feet" insoles and the PolarWrap "PolarPad" have Aerogel.
www.pacoutdoor.com "4-season" sleeping pads:
Pacific Outdoor Equipment Hyper High Mtn,
Pacific Outdoor Equipment Uber High Mtn,
Pacific Outdoor Equipment Peak Oyl Aero Mtn Women's,
and Men's longer length sleeping pads have Aerogel.
I would link to Pacific Outdoor Equipment individual products, however, they have a downloadable PDF catelogue instead.
Are these products soft? Is it like sleeping on styrofoam?
I am not "challenging" Aerogel as a product: I would like to know.