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Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Pump Sack

$29.95

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    • Daybreak Orange, Reg
      $29.95
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    The most compact, lightweight pump ever.

    Quickly and easily fill your Therm-a-Rest mattress with clean, dry air (instead of moist, germy air from your lungs) with the help of the NeoAir Pump Sack. Simply wave this taped airtight sack to fill it with air, attach it to the valve on your mattress, and squeeze. In addition to acting as an ingenious (and extremely packable) pump, you can use the Pump Sack to turn your NeoAir mattress into a camp chair, and you can also use it as a stuff sack.
    • Item #CAS0728

    Tech Specs

    Material
    ripstop nylon
    Compatibility
    NeoAir, 20in mattress
    Recommended Use
    camping, backpacking
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    Innovative Tool

      I found this "pump sack" to be extremely helpful. Blowing up a sleeping pad after a full day of backpacking was something I never looked forward to, but I am able to get the job done in less than half the time with this. Like others have said, it is a little too big to be used as a stuff sack. It probably took me about 3-4 nights of use before I was able to use it efficiently.

      Works great!

        I'm wary of blowing my moist breath into my Neoair mattresses. A plastic bag with the AirTap Pump works fine, but this 2.7 ounce sack is a much better solution. If you're an ounce shaver, you probably won't want an extra three ounces, but both my gf and I will carry a Neoair and it's good to know that I'm not blowing humid mold-fodder into my Xlite. This is the best solution yet to inflating a pricey Xlite or Xtherm. Two to three bagfuls of air takes care of a standard Xlite.

        Would this work with the Term-a-Rest Trail Lite?

        Has anyone tried this with the Exped...

        Has anyone tried this with the Exped UL7?