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Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Venture Sleeping Pad

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Like sleeping on a bed of clouds, cotton candy, and kitten fur.

If you're seriously intent on building your mountain-man (or woman) credentials, you can build a bed out of rocks and sticks, but if you'd rather get a good night's sleep and hit the trail early, the Them-a-Rest NeoAir Venture WV Sleeping Pad is for you. The WV is a full-length pad that uses WaveCore horizontal baffles to double the warmth of uninsulated air mattresses without blowing up in price, making it perfect for recreational backcountry users and campers who are looking for a balance of weight, packability, and comfort. It comes in four different sizes, too, so everyone from Lil' Susie to Big Sam can sleep in full-body comfort.

  • WaveCore horizontal baffles are 2x warmer than traditional air mattresses
  • Light and packable
  • Item #CAS000F

Tech Specs

75D polyester
[small] 20 x 47 x 2 in, [medium] 20 x 66 x 2 in, [regular] 20 x 72 x 2 in, [large] 25 x 77 x 2 in
Stuff Sack
Claimed Weight
[small] 1 lb, [medium] 1 lb 5 oz, [regular] 1 lb 6 oz, [large] 1 lb 9 oz
Manufacturer Warranty

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Great pad!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Extremely easy to blow up. Pretty compact when folded down. Although it wasn't the smallest one I saw in our group, it was definitely comparable. Most importantly, it seems to be very durable so far. I've used it on semi-rocky terrain and have not had any problems with holes yet. I have noticed that when blown all the way up, it can be almost too firm so I find that letting out a little air will allow some give and a more comfortable night. Even after that I still don't touch the ground when I sleep on my side.

Great pad for the price!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I took this pad on a month-long road trip and was I very glad I did! I'm a side sleeper, so the horizontal baffles were great, and the pad is thick enough so that your hips don't touch the ground if you sleep on your side (although that may be more of a female problem than a male problem). I move around a lot while I'm sleeping too, and the velvetty texture of the pad kept me from sliding off in the middle of the night. Not an ultra lightweight pad, but great bang for your buck! I'm 5'4" and the regular size was perfect to fit my camping pillow and myself.

Love it so far.

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

I've only used it once, on fairly soft sandy ground, but I really like this pad. It folds up very small in it's included stuff sack. The biggest complaint I've heard from others is that it's loud, but I have no issues. Some are more sensitive than others, I guess. It would also depend on how much you move around, and the materials your tent/bag are made of.

MAKE SURE you watch the video or at least read the instructions on how to inflate/deflate. It's different to most others.

Rest assured.

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

I bought this mat for my husband who, for the past two years, had been sleeping on a combination of a yoga mat and a rather fallible sleeping pad that of course had an undetectable pinhole. He's on a little bit of a budget at the moment, so after a little bit of research (he initially thought of going with the trail scout, but the material didn't appeal to him) we went with the Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Venture Sleeping Pad. The first week he had it, he tested it out at City of Rocks (it was a pretty chilly weekend) and it performed exceptionally well. The NeoAir horizontal baffles kept him warm all throughout the night. It does take a few moments to inflate and is a tiny bit on the crinkly side, however I can vouch as his tent-mate that the crinkling didn't disturb me whatsoever (and I'm a light sleeper). We purchased my husband the short as he's 5'8

Bang for your buck

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

I have been using a self inflating foam pad for a long time and have loved it but was finally ready to move to something more packable. At the same time I didn't want to drop ~$140 for one.

Enter the NeoAir Venture. I have only been able to inflate it and lay on it in my house but my initial impression is that I am going to be very happy I bought this.

Very comfortable. I am a side sleeper which can me a nightmare when camping. I was able to pay on my side on this without any issues. I was very impressed.

I does take a minute to inflate, and if you really want you can invest in a pump for it, but I didn't find it to be terrible. It took probably around 20 full breaths.

I am 6ft. tall and ordered the Regular. It is plenty long. I could have gone with the medium even.

My last pad was very wide so downsizing to this makes it seem pretty narrow, but I don't see it being an issue.

All this and the fact that it can pack down to nearly the size of a Nalgene? I am sold.

Get some......Sleep

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

So far so good with these pads. I bought them for the size as two medium pads fit perfectly in the back of my SUV. Sure they are not the lightest or fanciest sleeping pads but for a simple pad that fits me and the space I sleep in they are great! One of them alone also worked very well when I slept in a tent.

Get some......Sleep

Do you know the weight of a size small? Also, is this pad fairly warm? It says 2x as warm as traditional air mattresses, but it's r-value is even lower than the trail scout, which is half as thick?