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NEMO Equipment Inc. Astro Air Lite Sleeping Pad

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    Nemo's tiniest and lightest air-inflatable pad.

    Nemo Equipment Inc. took its tiniest, lightest sleeping pad and made it even lighter with the Astro Air Lite Sleeping Pad to appease the most minimalist backpackers out there. Even though the pad is lighter, the designers at Nemo were able to make it a half inch thicker than the standard Astro in order to ensure you don't feel the ground while you sleep, and it still packs down smaller than the original Astro despite its thicker size. This amazing design is due to the Airlock Elite fabric that holds strong welds without wasting an ounce. The lateral baffles prevent the sides from curving around your body uncomfortably. And this pad comes with a stuff sack so you can stay as minimal as you like while you backpack and still stay completely comfortable. You can blow the Astro Air Light up yourself, or you can use the Disco Pad Pump (sold separately).

    • Airlock Elite fabric
    • Lateral baffles
    • Small pack size
    • Stuff sack included
    • Item #NEM000T

    Tech Specs

    20D polyester
    72 x 20 x 3 in
    Rolled Size
    8 x 3 in
    [minimum temp zone] 35 - 45 F
    Stuff Sack
    Claimed Weight
    13 oz
    Recommended Use
    lightweight backpacking, camping
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited lifetime

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    Great Lightweight Pad

      I bought this pad to replace my bulky thermarest trail scout and it has been awesome! It rolls up to be the size of a skimpy burrito and is super light. The only down side is that if you sleep on your side, you have to lay just right so you don't dip into the pad and wind up on the hard ground. I was able to adjust and sleep on my back fortunately so I still give this 5 stars. I'm really glad that I bought it!

      Depends on what you need it for

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      Quieter than the Neo Air I tried on a 5 night. Light, packs small. Like the pillow. The down side is NO R value. I tried it on a 3 night in the same temps. 45 during the day and 35-38 at night. I was awake and cold below me by 4 am every night. The neo air was noisy as a bag of chips as someone else described but has a 2.2 R value. Pack size and weight are the same. No pillow. Taking it back and getting the noisy but warmer neo air. Great pad if you camp in the summer. I do spring and fall in mild to cold weather.

      You probably should have gotten an insulated pad, this is uninsulated. The Tensor has an aluminum reflective layer to help or you can get the insulated Astro or Tensor for a small increase in weight.

      Dropping stars because you bought something with no insulation and expected it to insulate is rather silly. That's like saying your tank top did not provide enough warmth for your trip to the arctic and then giving it a negative review.

      Light & compact, but not very warm

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      I bought this pad for when I go backpacking. I inflated it once just to see what it felt like. It is a pretty comfortable pad, but has no insulating value. I will only be using this pad for backpacking trips where I try and shave off as much weight as possible.
      It is relatively quiet compared to the noisy Therm-a-Rest Neo Air which my friend has nicknamed the "sunchips bag" because it is so loud.

      I have since slept on this pad in 30�F temps and I could feel the COLD pad. I recommend using this for summer nights only. Otherwise you will get cold. If you are looking for something with a little more R-Value I would recommend the Exped UL 7M. Same comfort, more warmth.

      Lightest pad I have found!

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      This is the lightest pad I have found that offers great sleep comfort. Packs up smaller than a water bottle and weighs nothing. Great for lightweight trips in the hills.

      I noticed Nemo has a temp rating but no R-value. Does anyone have a link for any R-value data on nemo pads?

      No R Value on the nemo pads. I found that out the hard way after freezing on a 3 day trip the day after x-mas this year. The Neo Air is noisy but has a 2.2 R value. Same pack size and weight. There are others under 1 lbs. with a higher R value by therma rest and other manufacturers.