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Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Camper Sleeping Pad

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    Light, compact, and a full three inches thick.

    With a full three inches of thickness, the Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Camper Sleeping Pad is one of the plushest and most durable inflatable pads available. The NeoAir technology uses a heat-reflective layer to recycle body heat and conserve warmth, while the internal structure provides the support you need for a good nights sleep in the backcountry.

    • Mattress inflates to a full three inches thick for maximum comfort
    • NeoAir technology uses a heat-reflective layer to recycle body heat and conserve warmth
    • Internal structure contours to the shape of your body to provide comfortable support
    • Durable Ribbed polyester fabric is exceptionally wear and puncture resistant
    • Large size weighs in at just under two pounds
    • Rolls into compact dimensions (4x4x15 inches) for easy transport
    • Stuff sack and repair kit included
    • Item #CAS0792

    Tech Specs

    Material
    75D ribbed polyester
    Dimensions
    (regular) 20 x 72 x 3 in, (large) 25 x 77 x 3 in, (extra-large) 30 x 77 x 3 in
    Rolled Size
    (regular) 4 x 4 x 12 in, (large) 4 x 4 x 15 in, (extra-large) 4 x 4 x 17.5 in
    R-Value
    2.2
    Shape
    rectangular
    Pump
    no
    Self-Inflating
    no
    Stuff Sack
    yes
    Claimed Weight
    (regular) 1 lb 8 oz, (large) 1 lb 14 oz, (extra-large) 2 lb 4 oz
    Recommended Use
    camping, backpacking
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    Good pad.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I spilled a beer in my tent while inflating this sleeping pad for the first time and didn't notice until the can was entirely empty, so needless to say, this pad tried my nerves almost immediately. But after a good night's sleep thanks to its warm and cushy construction, I forgave it and got on with my life.

    Overall Great sleeping pad

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I'm a side sleeper and had no issues sleeping on this pad, It's thick enough to sleep on your side and still be off the ground which was my issue with a lot of other pads. It also packs down pretty small which is awesome. The only issue I do have with this pad is its pretty loud, other than that this is the best pad I have ever owned.

    Good pad, like the Trekker better though

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

    I already had the previous generation Trekker in size large at 2.5 thick. I was thinking a 3" camper version would be that much better for my Sport Touring Motorcycle camping trips. The tiny bit of extra weight and size over my Trekker would not matter on the motorcycle. So Backcountry had a sale and these were almost 50% off I picked one up. I thought there must be new models coming out but sure enough price is back up. So with the price paid ($70 shipped for Large) I defiantly think it is a good pad. The problem I found is there is absolutely ZERO difference in height between the 2.5" Trekker and 3" Camper. I filled them up taught with air laid them side by side and there wasn't even a slight difference in thickness from eye balling them at ground level side by side. The other issue I found is the Camper is far noiser than the Trekker. Trekker isn't silent but when I would roll from one to the other there was a noticeable difference in fabric noise. The only factor I like over the Trekker is the price. I paid $95 for the trekker and $70 for the Camper both in size large and the extra cost of the Trekker is worth it to me. Now for those that don't have a pad yet, if you want to get a quality pad but give up a hair more noise then just buy the Camper. For straight hiking use the Trekker would be a slightly better fit for size and weight. Glad I picked the Camper up though at that price, will make a good extra pad for the wife or friends on camping or motorcycle trips. And yes I could have said the same thing in far less words.

    Hurts my hips

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I thought I loved this when I first bought it, but after a few trips I find that my hips hurt really bad after sleeping. I have enough air in it that it's not that my hips are touching the ground, but something about the pad has me waking up uncomfortable throughout the night. I sadly think I'm going to have to find myself a new pad. But, that's not to say it's a bad pad - I know others who have it and they have no problems with it. There's just something about my body that doesn't align with this one.

    In terms of durability and weight, this is a great pad. Lightweight, packs down small, easy to blow up. I've used it on a few backpacking trips and luckily no leaks, so it seems pretty durable. Dries quickly too - it's not unusual to get a spill in the tent.

    cushy

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This is a great sleeping pad - I wanted a pad that provided a bit more cushion and this did it well. I also have a thermarest Prolite 3 but wanted to upgrade to more cushion - which this provides. A nice feature - it's quite easy to get all of the air out of the pad to pack down nicely. I was wanting an all season pad, but the Neorest all season was too noisy for me.

    I do wish they offered this in varied lengths. The pad is much longer that I ned and it would be nice to not carry the extra weight.

    Princess and the Pea

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This sleeping pad is great! It packs down very small for its size and is quite light. This is 3 inches of not feeling the ground! It does take several minutes to inflate manually, but once it's full it's good for the night and will keep you sleeping comfortably. I'm a 5' 7" female and size L was definitely longer than needed, but fit perfectly in my tent.

    Comfy!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    So I picked this up for an 18 day roadtrip, I wanted a thicker, larger pad than my Neoair xlite.

    Its very thick and adjusted to bumpy ground with ease. Kept my bony hips off with out being over inflated and too firm. The fabrics are very durable, and soft to the touch. Also don't make any noise that so many people whine about neoair pads making. (I don't notice or care that the xlite does that)

    Only down side was that all neo air pads take a lot of air to pump up. I did pick up a small pump from thermarest rather than using the pump sack every night. Its not the warmest pad out there which makes it great for 3 season.

    Still packs down very small. I roll it straight (no folding) and tuck it into my tent bag.

    Comfortable but a bit too big

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

    The pad was great to sleep on. Its thick and very long so had no issues at night. I have a mid sized pack and this took up a decent amount of room and most people I hike with have a lighter pad. If you don't minda pad that takes up a little more room and is a bit heavy (though it's not overly heavy) and you are taller I would recommend no question.

    The best sleeping pad

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I bought this because I was tired of thin sleeping pads. My first night on this pad was amazing. It is great to be able to sleep on my side while camping. No matter which way you lay it is comfortable. Essential after long days on the trail. Best sleeping pad I have ever slept on. I am 5'9 and the regular fits me perfect.

    just call me ripp

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

    This arrived 2 nights ago,and well of course I had to blow it up and sleep on the floor...and it sleeps better then me serta......we will see how it performs outside shortly....but it stays hard and is a sweet sleep....this is coming from a 51 year old that hurts just because,lol.....excellent product....I got the xtra large pad...awesome

    Definitely get the large

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

    I bought the large, and my g.f. bought the regular, and she kept rolling off hers. I didn't. (We are the same size) The extra couple inches of width is worth the extra money.

    We were camping in late fall, and the temp fell to about 30 degrees. No problem with feeling the cold ground.

    Don't believe the claims that this blows up with 20 breaths or in two minutes. It takes a while. But I hate blowing things up, and I can manage it. The most important thing is to keep closing the valve and then rolling the modest or moderate amount of air you've gotten in it towards the bottom.

    So easy and so comfortable!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Have you have ever wanted a thick, super light pad that you can compress down super small? This is the pad of your dreams. It inflates a good 3 inches which makes for a super comfy night and takes no time at all to blow up. I pair it with my Big Agnes sleeping bag and it makes for an amazing set up.

    Like Sleepin' on Cloud 9!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This inflatable air mattress is great for sleeping on hard surfaces. The ease of a soft bed is so convenient and nice. This is great for sleep overs, tenting, and any other place you would sleep on the ground. When you want to store it is very compact and does not take up an excessive amount of room. Would Recommend to anyone with back or neck problems when sleeping.

    Hi what's the cost of shipping to Australia...

    Hi what's the cost of shipping to Australia on a XL camper please.

    In terms of durability and toughness (mostly...

    In terms of durability and toughness (mostly concerned about ease of puncture), how well does the camper stack up against the trekker?

    Unfortunately, I can't actually go and test the puncture-resistance of each of these. However, based on the denier of the fabric, I would guess that the trekker is going to be a little stronger than the camper (100D vs. 75D ribbed, respectively). However, the new trekker (now here) is going with a 75D bottom, saving weight.



    The denier is a measure of the fabric/thread thickness. Basically, the higher the denier, the thicker the fabric. However, there are a lot of other factors that go into fabric strength. Neither is going to be very easy to puncture, and if the worst happens, a repair kit is included with both.