Gear Review: Therm-a-Rest NeoAir All Season Sleeping Pad

Tiny meets mighty in this shockingly warm and light pad.

Tiny meets mighty in this shockingly warm and light pad. It packs smaller than some summer mats (about 9 x 3 inches), but it kept our testers warm through nights as cold as -15°F from the Japanese Alps to Svalbard (700 miles from the North Pole).

“The biggest upgrade in winter camping since down booties,” one raves. A winterized version of the 2009 Editors’ Choice Award-winning NeoAir, the All Season has more than 100 internal chambers, creating a matrix of air-trapping warmth.

$150

1 lb. 4 oz.; 3 sizes;

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