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S 20 x 47 in (119 x 51 cm) 8 oz (230 g) 2.5 in (6.3 cm) 3.2
Women's Regular 20 x 66 in (168 x 51 cm) 12 oz (340 g) 2.5 in (6.3 cm) 3.9
Regular 20 x 72 in (183 x 51 cm) 12 oz (350 g) 2.5 in (6.3 cm) 3.2
L 25 x 77 in (196 x 63 cm) 16 oz (460 g) 2.5 in (6.3 cm) 3.2

Thermarest NeoAir XLite Sleeping Pad

Item# THE06647

$129.95 $113.34
Sale Ends: 3/29

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The newly updated, ultra-light Thermarest NeoAir XLite looks like it might be out of an infomercial. When compressed, the NeoAir XLite is smaller than a water bottle and weighs no more than your nylon hiking pants. Yet, schazam! It inflates to a luxurious 2.5 inches for supportive, warm comfort. The verdict? We've retired our 3/4 length closed cell foam pad (10 oz) in favor of the NeoAir XLite (8 oz in S, 12 in Regular).

  • 2012 NeoAir XLite is 2 oz lighter!
  • Three season performance
  • Low-bulk materials allow the NeoAir™ XLite mattress to deflate easily and compact down to the size of a water bottle
  • Improved reflective layer recycles body heat and creates dual air pockets that conserve warmth
  • 2.5-inches of cushioning supports hips and elbows for a good night’s sleep
  • Patent-pending Triangular Core Matrix™ construction provides unrivaled stability and support
  • Ultra-lightweight 30D High Tenacity Nylon top is highly packable and reliable
  • Tapered shape is designed for minimalist tapered tents
  • Lightweight repair kit and stuff sack included
  • Made in Seattle, USA
Gender Unisex
R-value 3.2
Stuff sack size 9 x 4 in (23 x 10 cm) - Regular
Dimensions 20 x 72 in (51 x 183 cm) - Regular
Packed Dimensions 9 x 4 in (23 x 10 cm) - Regular
Weight 12 oz (350 g) - Regular

"Great product"

Yes, I would recommend this product.

I took this camping immediately and was so surprised with how warm it was!! not to mention light weight. AND even COMFORTABLE!! it was seriously more comfortable than any regular "air mattress" that exists, and there is way less air in it!