Customer Reviews Of:
Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Trekker Sleeping Pad - Regular

2nds. Getting a restful night's sleep in the outdoors is easy with Therm-a-Rest's NeoAir Trekker sleeping pad, featuring Triangular Core Matrix construction for unmatched stability, warmth and comfort.

Average Rating based on 3 reviews 3.666666 0 5
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  • Reviewed by Bellefemme from Seattle, WA on Saturday, August 5, 2017
    I have used this pad in 3 seasons, most recently in YNP and while it is a little narrow and a little noisy, it is warm, comfortable, easy to inflate and fine tune and packs very small.
  • Reviewed by Mike from Pennsylvania on Sunday, June 11, 2017
    I have owned this pad for about 5 years. During that time, I have used it in warm weather canoe camping, cool weather bicycle touring, and ski touring with temperatures down to 14 degrees. It packs small, is reasonably light, and is at least for me, the most comfortable sleeping pad I have ever used. My friends tell me it makes a fairly loud crinkling noise when I roll around on it. I don't notice it since I'm asleep!

    I have used it down to 27 degrees without a foam pad underneath and was not particularly cold. When I do winter camping I always take a foam pad along to place under the therm-a-rest for additional insulation, as a backup in the event of failure, and to sit on in the snow while in camp. With that combination I have no doubt I could sleep comfortably down to the lower limits of my sleeping bag. So in my opinion, with planning a pad like this can work in a variety of settings and temperatures. I'm not a big fan of the inflation and deflation process since it takes time, but it is worth it to me for the comfort.
  • Reviewed by Rose from Colorado on Friday, April 1, 2016
    Pros: Reasonably comfy, deflates quick, super light, super compact when packed up.
    Cons: it's NOT INSULATED!

    The description says its design keeps you warmer even without the insulation. Um, no. Not really. Not if the night gets below 50 degrees or so. By all means get one and use it for summer camping, but for spring, fall, or anywhere that gets cold at night, make sure you've got a pad that's insulated.

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