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Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Trekker Classic Sleeping Pad

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    For beginners and beyond.

    You're bound to bring a few oddities on your first backpacking trip—a pillow that takes up way too much space in your pack, way too much food, not enough water. One thing you didn't mess up, though, was Therm-a-rest's NeoAir Trekker Classic Sleeping Pad. This pad is light enough for backpacking and comfy enough for car camping. It reflects your body heat back your way for an added boost of warmth.

    • Lightweight sleeping pad for camping and backpacking
    • ThermaCapture reflects body warmth for three-season warmth
    • Valve for easy inflation and deflation
    • Stuff sack and repair kit included
    • Item #CAS00BP

    Tech Specs

    50D polyester
    20 x 72in [thickness] 2.5in
    Packed Size
    9 x 4.5in
    Claimed Weight
    Recommended Use
    camping, backpacking
    Manufacturer Warranty

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

    I retired my trusty Thermarest pad 2 summers ago, had it for over 7 years. I purchased a Klymit Static V Luxe Insulated... it was just OK, I liked the size but the pack size and weight was a bit much. Used the Klymit 5-6 times on multiple night trips. Got this Thermarest Trekker for a good price and now I really see / feel a difference! Thermarest is the way to go!

    NeoAir Comfort at a Bargain Price!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    If you are yet to try a modern inflatable pad you are missing out! Sleeping on small imperfections like roots and rocks that could ruin a nights sleep are no longer an issue. The pad inflates in around 20 breaths and packs up in a just a couple of minutes. Mine has been leak free; I always check under my tent floor for anything overly sharp (if there is a sharp rock or stick that can't be moved, you can always put a sock or something on the imperfection to prevent it from puncturing the then floor). Like any lightweight inflatable pad I wouldn't recommend sitting around camp on this pad or sleeping with it directly on the ground. It was a touch crinkly at first, but as I used it, moisture from my breath and a few roll cycles have left it as quiet as my XLite. Its R-Value of 2 is good enough for sleeping down to freezing but any colder than that you should look to a pad with an r-value of 3 or greater. For the price you can't do better in terms of comfort and weight. This is a great pad for general backpacking and car camping. Highly recommended!

    Not durable

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Initially I was impressed with this pad. Very comfortable for a side sleeper and warm. It is quite noisy if you have to move in the night. However, after the second use it was leaking air and I'd find myself inflating it during the wee hours of the morning. I managed to patch the hole, but soon after realized there was another hole. I mostly car camp in "primitive" areas, so I would be hesitant to purchase this if I were going into the back country. Pretty expensive for such lousy durability.

    Hey Garrett - Most lightweight camp pads are designed for backpacking and are built with weight savings in mind. I've used this pad for several years without any issues, and love it for backpacking trips - but like all lightweight pads, you need to take a little extra care about placement and use. This pad is as durable as any other lightweight pad on the market, but for general car camping and setup on rough terrain you definitely might want to go with something more burly like the Luxury Map.

    Comfy and light

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

    I haven't used this camping yet but initial blow up and laying on it have been done. It was pretty easy to blow up. It packs down a lot smaller than my last pad and the R value and weight ratio cannot be beat. It was comfortable, more comfortable than I though it would be. I'm 5'11" 140lbs and it fits me nicely.

    We'll see how it holds up in the backcountry this week.


    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This pad is a pretty great option for someone looking for something simple and versatile. Comfortable enough for car-camping but packs down super small and light enough for summer backpacking. It is not insulated, so wouldn't recommend for a lot of colder weather camping.

    Unanswered Question

    I'm a little confused, I can't find any information on the Neoair Trekker "classic" version sold anywhere else, is this a Backcountry exclusive or just the 2016 model? The R-value and weight don't seem to match anything other than the venture line.