Thermarest Air Mattresses"
I owned the original version of the NeoAir before they expanded the series. I have a Big Agnes sleeping bag which have no insulation on the underside of the bag and require a…
- Aaron, 01/26/14
You can get a 2.5" insulated pad for cheaper, but the combination or light weight, warmth, durability, and sheer size (I bought the L, I'm 6'2" 195 lbs with a wide frame and I…
- Nate, 04/19/13
I just received the 2014 Therm-A-Rest NeoAir Trekker a few days ago and I am already impressed. I just had shoulder surgery so I am replacing my Z-Lite foam pad (looking for…
- Steven, 04/09/14
light and small. inflates easily.
new technologies make a huge difference…
- ANTONIO, 04/11/15
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Got this for year-round car camping, and it's awesome. My winter backpacking setup is a Thermarest Prolite Plus on top of a Thermarest Z-Lite Sol, and this Mondoking is way mo…
- Thomas, 08/22/13
This pad is thick. Easy to blow up and roll up. Fits in bag easily. Material is tough. Comes with it's own serial number right on pad for lifetime warrenty. This is the large.…
- Vivian, 01/13/15