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Thermarest Neo-Air

in Sleeping Pads - Inflatable

Average Rating
4.31 / 5 (26 reviews)

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Pete Staehling
( staehpj1 )
Great Product on 03/23/2011 12:04:59 MDT Report Post Print

Rating: 5 / 5

I love my NeoAir (size regular). It is light, comfy, and packs small.

I agree that for the price a patch kit should be included, but I don't miss the stuff sack. I have been using a ziploc bag and after 40 nights or I have found that to work fine. The ziploc is cheap, light, and holding up fine.

Duane Hall
( PKH - M )

Nova Scotia
Neo-Air Leak on 03/30/2011 06:30:02 MDT Report Post Print

Rating: 1 / 5

I would second or endorse all of the enthusiastic comments concerning the comfort and warmth of the Thermarest Neo-Air, but unfortunately this is irrelevant, as I cannot keep air in the thing over the course of a night. There is a slow leak somewhere, and I have never been able to locate it. Therefore despite the initial comfort and warmth, the pad is functionally useless to me.

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William Wang
( billwang - M )

SF Bay Area
pinhole leaks on bottom welds on 05/05/2011 22:31:36 MDT Report Post Print

Rating: 4 / 5

I have two neo-airs. One small size that I got when they first were introduced. Another reg size I got last year. The reg size has been fine so far. The small side has developed slow leaks on the bottom side welds. I could hardly find them in my swimming pool, but the pad lost about 1/3 of the air every night. The leaks were all on the welds which are recessed, so it is definitely not from wear. I called cust support and they are replacing it. I love the pad, so hope the new one is fine.

Adam Kramer
( rbeard )

ATL, Southern Appalachia
kept me high and dry more than once on 06/09/2011 21:18:50 MDT Report Post Print

Rating: 5 / 5

i love mine. perfect for southeast 3/4 season. it has gone from luxury item to necessity. it has kept me and my long cozy down bag high and dry on may occasions when mother nature reared her ugly head and the tent got a little leakage by morning. you could probably use it to pack raft a lake or class 1 river in emergency. if you are 6'0-6'4, welcome to heaven. I am 6'0 and almost feel too spoiled!

jennifer ross
( jenhifive )

R value + weight = 5 on 10/23/2011 21:19:49 MDT Report Post Print

Rating: 5 / 5

I used a prolite 3 for years (12-13 oz) and thought it was comfortable enough until I got a neoair. I love that I don't have to fuss anymore about clearing every stick and stone before i set up camp. I got a short (9 oz.) for 50 at a rei used gear sale and was kind of hesitant because the new one I checked out was noisy like laying on layers of potato chip bags so I don't know what a new one is like. My buddy got has one now too that he got used but in newer condition and his is pretty quiet as well.

Just Hammock
( DavefromVA )
Small (9oz) on 05/07/2012 06:30:39 MDT Report Post Print

Rating: 5 / 5

I've been using the Thermarest NeoAir Small one and I have been very happy. Very Very warm and comfortable. I am upset that the stuff sack costs extra since the cost of this is so high already. But over all I am very pleased with this product.

Price comparison from GearBuyer:
Therm-a-Rest NeoAir priced at: $90.95 - $112.45
Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Small priced at: $79.98 - $129.95
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