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When it comes to comfort and warmth, the Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Dream Sleeping Pad has few rivals. The three-layer design utilizes an inflatable NeoAir mattress, and open-cell foam top layer, and a soft microfleece shell for total comfort and the highest thermal rating of any Therm-a-Rest pad. And although the pad inflates to a beefy 4 inches thick, it still can be packed into a compact roll. Plus, the innovative Pump Sack allows for quick, sanitary inflation and can be used as a camp chair when the pad is stuffed inside.
- Three-layer design includes a NeoAir mattress, foam top layer, and a microfleece shell
- NeoAir technology uses a heat-reflective layer to recycle body heat and conserve warmth
- Open-cell foam top layer contours to the shape of your body for additional comfort and warmth
- Microfleece shell is soft against skin and machine washable
- Integrated compression straps allow you to roll the mattress up for compact storage(18.5 inch by 10 inch rolled dimension)
- Included Pump Sack allows you to inflate the mattress without breathing moist, bacteria-laden air into it
- Pump sack can also be used as a stuff sack or camp seat
- Includes repair kit
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Best camping night sleep!
- Familiarity: I gave it as a gift, but have feedback to share
This sleeping pad is almost worth throwing away your mattress and putting it in your bedroom! It is the perfect car camping sleeping pad. It is a bit of work to get inflated, but once you do, you are going to love it! Definitely worth the money if you are going to be car camping for any period of time.
Can you use the internal NeoAir mattress...
Can you use the internal NeoAir mattress by itself? I'm just thinking it would be great to use the whole thing for car camping but also be able to use the internal bad on its own for backpacking.
Nevermind! I found out for myself on Cascade Design's website. The answer is YES! It is modular and the internal NeoAir mattress can be used on its own. http://www.cascadedesigns.com/therm-a-rest/mattresses/camp-and-comfort/neoair-dream/product
- Gender: Female
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I use this for super deluxe car camping and I also use it for an extra guest bed because it's that comfortable. It does take some blowing up, it's true. But it's worth it. Not light or small, super deluxe for sleeping on :) Unlike other blow-up pads, it's very well protected inside the fleece cover and is much less vulnerable to those inevitable pinholes which is also a good feature.
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Have been able to extend camping trips due to this pad preventing back/ shoulder pain. Only pad I have ever been able to side sleep on. Only drawback is it takes a while to inflate via the included bag. Might break down and get the battery powered pump. Worth the $. Car camping only as it is huge even rolled up.
Would two of the large size pads fit inside...
Would two of the large size pads fit inside a MSR Hubba Hubba tent?
One of them will be tipped up a bit. The combined dimensions of two larges is 50x77 inches. The interior floor space of a Hubba Hubba is 49x84 inches.
Which NeoAir Mattress is inside? There are...
Which NeoAir Mattress is inside? There are many mattresses in the NeoAir line.
Straight from MSR's customer support-
It's called the DreamTime mattress, which is basically the NeoAir Camper mattress with an extra layer of reflective, aluminized material to take the R-value of the mattress only up from 2.2 to 2.8. The thickness is 3".
Here's the link to the Camper for comparison:
Hey Time2Emit, thanks for the question.
After a search on the Therm-a-Rest website, it appears that the mattress used in this setup just utilizes the NeoAir technology, it isn't actually using one of the other NeoAir models. I could be wrong here, but the detail picture doesn't match any of the other NeoAir models, (see the photo) and Phil's excellent information above!
Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Dream Sleeping Pad
This is the benchmark
Although I have not tried the raised beds - as far as mats go this is the best by a country mile - big, wide, soft, durable - nothing else I have tried comes close - but it is big and really only suitable for car camping for my mind.
I have the original DreamTime therm-o-re...
I have the original DreamTime therm-o-rest....does this new generation self inflate or does it stay flaccid until you actually pump it up. I like to just open the valve and let it sit, then give it a couple puffs and close the valve. So simple. Its SO comfortable for car-camping--been sleeping in one for a year now! I just want the 30" size and the original is discontinued or whatever...
Is there a built in way to attach two of...
Is there a built in way to attach two of these mats together (velcro maybe) for a larger sleeping area?
Although not built in, this coupler will do just what you are asking about:
What is the weight of just the internal...
What is the weight of just the internal NeoAir matress in the NeoAir Dream
Does the stuff sack have a valve to connect...
Does the stuff sack have a valve to connect to the pad to blow it it up?
yes, could you tell me if you sent or carrier this therma rest neoairdream xl to france by plane . Are the taxes free ? Or necessary
to added country taxes?
This answer is actually for Jeay. I am sorry to report that Backcountry cannot ship to France. In addition, Therm-a-rest is not able to ship outside of the US at all.