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5 5

awesome pad, warm, comfy, lite, packs small..

i pick this up after my Big agnes insulated air core sprung a leak. i was not happy about the cost but after using it i was not as angry. the pad is a solid performer. quickly inflates fits me well (6'2" 280 lbs) was nice and thick never touched the ground. the triangle heat deal works really well i stayed extremely warm. for sure if you want a pad that packs light and small this is the one. i did not have any problems with the noise once fully inflated. one thing that i did not expect but totally love about this pad is the fabric. my old pad i would slide all over the place on the pad cause of the fabric of my bag and the pad there was no traction to keep you on the pad. this pad you stay put while sleeping. i am a side/stomach sleeper and i was very comfy. my old pad was a rectangle cut and i thought i would miss the extra space going with a mummy cut but i had no problem and had plenty of space. all positive things to say other than be prepared to drop 170 bucks.

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Joel is right on. I also punctured my Big Agnes Air Core and went w/ this NeoAir Xlite. What an upgrade. The slim body design means you're not blowing this thing up forever when you roll into camp at altitude. Bonus, the full length version packs down smaller than the older Prolite 3 short version as well.