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Therm-a-Rest NeoAir XLite Sleeping Pad - Women's


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    • Lemon Curry, Regular


    7 Reviews


    The best just got better.

    The Women's NeoAir XLite Sleeping Pad is Therm-a-Rest's lightest pad yet for ultralight backpacking, and it's still comfy for camping. Women-specific ThermaCapture insulation uses a reflective layer to mirror your body heat back to you, and the Triangular Core Matrix enhances warmth and repels cold for cozy nights. The NeoAir XLite also features stable horizontal baffling, an easy-to-inflate air valve, and an included stuff sack and repair kit.

    • Women-specific ThermaCapture insulation
    • Triangular Core Matrix construction
    • Inflatable air valve
    • Horizontal baffling
    • Stuff sack and repair kit included
    • Item #CAS002R

    Tech Specs

    30D nylon ripstop
    air pad
    20 x 66 x 2.5in
    Stuff Sack
    Packed Size
    9 x 4in
    Claimed Weight
    Recommended Use
    ultralight backpacking, camping
    Manufacturer Warranty

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    Best 3-season air pad

      My air pad finally bit the dust, so I bought this one for my girlfriend, and she gave me her old one. She loves the new one, and I’m jealous. Once inflated, it’s twice as thick as her old one, plus it’s warmer and packs down twice as small (about the size of a Nalgene). She sleeps much better.

      Some people say it makes a loud crinkly noise. Neither my lady nor I have noticed that. She doesn’t tend to move around a lot when she sleeps though. Who knows.

      Very noisy, very slippery

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      This is more of a 3.5 star product for me. It's very lightweight and very thick when blown up, but it's so crinkly at night that I don't want to move so as not to disturb my tent-mates. I also often wake up in the middle of the night with half my body off of the pad, so moving is necessary to get back on. Yes it's comfortable, but good grief is it annoying to sleep on.

      Awesome 3 Season Pad

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      With an R-value of 3.9 this pad has the perfect amount of insulation to keep you warm on chilly nights in the spring and fall nights. It's thick and comfortable while remaining extremely lightweight and packable. Some people have issues with the noise but I find that if you inflate the pad to it's max the noise really isn't that noticeable. Thermarest makes some of the highest quality products out there and I'm fully satisfied with this pad. Definitely worth the price!

      So damn loud

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Ok, I bought this fully aware of all the reviews of it being noisy. But then there are also tons of reviews saying the new version is less noisy. Some people really love it. And then while hiking on the AT this summer, I met lots of people with this pad and I thought "oh, its not that bad." I even tested out my friends on trail one night and thought it was great. But then I bought it and for some dang reason I swear mine was louder than everyone else's. Like, so. loud. Wake up myself loud. Wake up the shelter loud. And it never "broke in" or got less loud. I like to think of myself as a really solid sleeper. I can sleep through most things. But this pad was just annoying. Caveat being that I move around A LOT in my sleep. Full on acting out battles in my dreams. So YMMV but the combination of me rolling around combined with a freakishly noisy pad was just not good. Yes, its amazingly lightweight but at what cost?

      not for me

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      if you like air pads you will like this. it is one of the lightest out there, and it is pretty comfortable. i camped in 20 degree weather and it did a great job of keeping me warm. though i quickly discovered i had a hard time keeping myself on the pad. i move around quite a bit in my sleep. it was also super crinkly, but i heard that goes away over time. blowing it up every night was also a chore. switched it out after a week of use for a zlite foam pad which is much better for me personally.

      Comfortable and light weight!

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

      If you are trying to save pack weight, this is a great option. I didn't notice the crinkling "issue" that folks have mentioned, and I slept well on the pad both face up and on my side. I'm 5'11 and placed my backpack under my feet to cover the shortage in pad length and it worked like a charm.

      Alpine Pad

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      This is a great pad for alpine climbing and or lightweight backpacking. It is actually surprisingly more durable than I expected it to be and mine has lasted well over 100 nights without a tear or lack of ability to hold air. Just don't be a dummy and treat it well and you should have no problem... and if something is to happen they have a great warranty program and will either fix it for free or do a really good job repairing it for you at little cost.

      Two questions
      1: Why the womens version has a different R rating from Mens
      2: What is the max height of the lady who can still comfortably sleep on that pad?