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Gear Details: Sleeping Pads

NeoAir Trekker (Large)

Manufacturer: Therm-a-Rest

SKU: 05195

Product Details:
Product Year2011
Length: 77
Thickness: Yes
Closed Cell:
Inflatable: 1
Recycled Content:
Weight: 1 10
Price: 139.95
The newest air mattress from Therm-a-Rest features the same Triangular Core Matrix design as the NeoAir mattress, minimizing air movement and eliminating instability found on traditional air mattresses. The NeoAir Trekker does not feature the Reflective Barrier, but does have a thicker, supple fabric for increased durability. R-Value: 2.0

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Haven't spent the night on this one yet, but it already rocks....anytime you can get a sleeping pad back in its original box after inflating and deflating, its a good thing. Packs very small, the included stuff sack is actually too large. My only complaint is the length of time it takes to blow it up. This is NOT a self-inflator, so be ready to use your lungs. I have tried it long enough to notice a huge difference in the horizontal baffles (side to side) vs. the vertical baffles (top to bottom). It is MUCH more stable than the those with the vertical baffles.
Posted by RollTideMike, Mar 09, 2011 Star Star Star Star

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