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Rated 4 out of
Good if you like inflatablesI've tried them all. Okay, most of them. I've tried the closed cell foam, I've tried the Thermarest X-Therm, the Pro-lite, the this, that, and the other thing. This is my first Nemo. With permanent back and neck injuries, I have come to a conclusion: I prefer the closed cell foam, specifically the Thermarest Z-Lite. If you want something that packs up small, get the Nemo. If you don't mind the dizzying task of inflating an inflatable over and over, deflating it, rolling it up, and unrolling it, get the Nemo. If you like 25x77 and a nice little pillow area, get the Nemo. However, if you don't mind a larger pad when carrying the thing around, don't mind less padding, like more even padding, and want IMMEDIATE setup, get the Thermarest Z-Lite. As far as inflatables go, what makes Nemo better than Thermarest (at least in these new high packable models), is the Nemo doesn't make the amount of noise the Thermarest makes while you're on it. Thermarests (at least the new highly packable ones) sound like you're sleeping on a bag of potato chips. For me, my back and neck hurt on inflatables. Self-inflating? The only pads I have ever owned that even attempt to self-inflate are ones from big box stores and some of the older Thermarests, like the Pro-Lite. I don't have the lung power to inflate a pad to the max, especially when half the air is coming back out at me and I'm half dizzy and my throat begins to hurt. What's your main priority? Is it padding, packability, ease of setup, etc. That will help you decide which pad is right for you. The Nemo comes with a nice stuff sack, repair kit, and a nice velcro strap to keep the pad wrapped tight when packed up. I also sweat a lot, so not highly insulated in important to me.
Date published: 2015-09-17
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