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Therm-a-Rest Neoair Uberlite Sleeping Pad

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    Neoair Uberlite Sleeping Pad

    The Neoair Uberlite Sleeping Pad is Therm-a-Rest's most lightweight and packable air mattress which makes it well suited for thru-hikers, backpackers, and alpinists who demand high performance sleeping pads. The Triangular Core Matrix keeps the weight low while providing impressive stability and minimal heat loss, while the 2.0 R value and 2.5in thickness ensure that you will get a good nights rest. When you wake up well rested this mattress will pack down to the size of a soda can and easily slip into your pack so that you can hit the trail.

    • Minimalist, lightweight air mattress for alpinists to thru-hikers
    • 15D nylon outer is durable for its weight, holds up to adventures
    • Triangular Core Matrix creates a stability that minimizes heat loss
    • 2.5 inch width keeps you nicely off the ground for added comfort
    • 2.0 R value makes this mattress a great two season option
    • Packs down to the size of a soda can to leave room in your pack
    • Included bag and repair kit keeps you ready to go at all times
    • Item #CAS00EH

    Tech Specs

    15d high tenacity nylon
    air pad
    [small] 20 x 47 x 2.5in [medium] 20 x 72 x 2.5in [large] 25 x 77 x 2.5in
    Stuff Sack
    Packed Size
    can of soda
    Claimed Weight
    [small] 6oz [medium] 8.8oz [large] 12oz
    Recommended Use
    backpacking, mountaineering, ultralight backpacking
    Manufacturer Warranty

    Tech Specs

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    Crazy light, crazy comfortable

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

    This pad is super light and I only get 75% percent winded when I blow it up. I’m glad I got the large size because I tend to roll in my sleep and the sides on the regular size of most pads are too small. Unfortunately, when I first got this, I thought I had a leak, but it turned out I didn’t screw on the valve tight enough. All in all, I’m a side sleeper and I can’t feel a thing underneath it.

    Big bang in a TINY package

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I have used several models from Therm-a-rest and must say that prior to this I didn't think there was much room for improvement in the packability department. I wish I had been able to take this last summer on all of my week long backpack trips and shaved off a bit of weight and space. This is every bit as comfortable as the other versions but comes in a much smaller package the small size is about the size and weight of a roll of toilet paper, and sacrifices very little. If I were in freezing conditions, I would probably opt for a warmer pad, like the X-Therm, but for late spring, summer and early fall, this will be my new go-to.

    Great new sleeping pad

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

    I tried out the uberlight on the AT at around 2000 elevation in April. Temps dropped to the low 40’s. I was concerned about the r value so I tried putting an underquilt under me between me and the pad. Later in the morning hours I changed this and put the underquilt on top of myself and I did not notice any cold on my backside. Was just as comfortable as the neoair xlight, and maybe a little quieter. Bottom line nice pad and super light. No concern about temps at least in the low 40’s. Easily packs in the included stuff sack. Easy to roll up lengthwise and fold up in fourths. I got mine 25% off, so I got a great deal on it. So light that you can bring it as a backup even if you are hammock camping (which is what happened to me - high winds kept me out of the hammock and into my buddy’s tent). Worth the money IMO.