Shrinks down smaller than any other NeoAir® sleeping pad for a minimal impact on your pack space Triangular Core Matrix construction minimizes heat loss with 2 stacked layers of triangular baffles, creating hundreds of individual cells for warmth and stability R-value equals 2.0; most sleeping pads we sell range in R-value from 1.0 (minimally insulated) to 9.5 (well insulated) 2.5 in. (6.4 cm) of stable cushion provides luxurious rest
Features: Sleeping Pad Type: Air Pad Sleeping Pad Shape: Mummy R-Value: 2.0 Repair Kit Included: Yes Stuff Sack Included: Yes Packed Size: Regular: 6 x 3.5 inches Pad Thickness (in.) 2.5 inches Dimensions Large: 25 x 77 inches Regular: 20 x 72 inches Weight Large: 12 ounces Regular: 8.8 ounces
Used this mat on an early spring hike in Alqonguin Park. First night got down two -2*. I did not feel any cold coming up from the ground below. This mat was very quiet it makes no noise when moving around on it and comfortable. Used the NeoAir pump sack to blow it up. Its useless it keeps popping off. will get the small pump. Also that should help keep out the moister that was in side from using my mouth to blow it up after the pump sack blew off.
Have used for 5 nights now, all with the Vesper 32. Packs down incredibly small, is ridiculously light, and is very comfortable to sleep on. I cowboy camped with it and the Vesper 32 in temperatures right around 35 degrees and was very warm, although I did wear my down jacket as well. When I did the same in my tent in the same temps I woke up sweating and had to ditch the jacket. Absolutely love it, have no issues with it at all. I will update in the future if durability becomes an issue. I should mention I am a Backcountry trail worker and spend many nights outside and have tried many pads.
I've used a z-lite for 3000+ miles but had to try this one out for the weight savings. I like it but I just wanna echo the other commenters—there should be a women's version in between the torso length and 6'. I really sucks to inflate 8" of pad that I don't need. I bet that taller people would buy it too who want to save a little more weight without going all the way down to torso length.
Just got back from a weekend on the AT and was excited to try out my new UberLite. It was 8.5 ounces as advertised, and kept me comfortable enough although it is so skinny I had the propensity to roll off of it. I'm only 5'4" and don't need all that length but could use a little more width. Any chance you're going to make a shorter but wider version? Say, a women's version that is 66" long and 24" wide?
Out of the box, mine weighs 8.47 oz. Not bad! Seems quiet...definitely better that the original neoair. Can't wait to put it to work! I wish Thermarest would consider making the "women's" version in a 66' length. I'm 5' 6" and don't need the extra length, to 72".
Almost perfect in the regular size except I have about 5 baffles I don't use (I'm 5'8")! Would be great if it was offered in a wider but shorter version. Very comfortable and light though as is! (Actually came in under spec, only 8.2 oz!)
Ultralight, check+. Comfortable, check. Not noisy, check. Excellent customer service, check. Wide enough so that my arms don't hang off the side, argh. I'm not even a huge guy. Please make this pad in a regular, wide version. The width or lack there of is my only complaint.
The pad is incredibly comfortable and the light weight was the selling point for me. My only complaint is that it's incrdibly difficult to inflate. It felt almost like the valve was clogged even though it was wide open. My other Thermarest pads inflate easily but this one was frustrating. I'll just deal with it since I need it for its light weight.
This would be perfect for (kinda) sleeping while snowed in.
I LOVE my XTHERM as I camp in cooler mountain environments in shoulder seasons. This pad looks fabulous for warm weather camping OR paired with a closed cell underneath it (prevents punctures wonderfully and insulates great-I use both). Another fabulous!!! use would be for winter travel via air. At this crazy low space and weight, paired with a Merino wool or fleece bag liner, this combo would be a sanity saver when stuck at an airport overnight! I am 100K and am amazed at how my Thermarest hasn't bursted baffles!