Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Trekker (2013) Inflatable Sleeping Pad

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Key Features

  • Rugged fabrics provide added protection from punctures and abuse, adding versatility
  • Manually-inflated design allows significant weight savings and compact, go-anywhere storage
  • Patent-pending Triangular Core Matrix technology creates an internal truss system, providing stability when inflated
  • By achieving thermal efficiency without down or synthetic insulation, the NeoAir can be inflated directly without the added weight of a pump or the worry of exhaled moisture wetting insulation and decreasing performance


Recommended Use: 3-Season Camping and Backpacking
Item Weight: Regular: 1 lb 3 oz
Large: 1 lb 8 oz
Dimensions: Regular: 20" x 72" x 2.5"
Large: 25" x 77" x 2.5"
R-Value: 2
Type: Inflatable Sleeping Pad
Packed Size: Regular: 11" x 4"
Large: 13" x 4.5"
Warranty: Lifetime

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Product Highlights

Building on the success of the NeoAir mattress, the Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Trekker inflatable sleeping pad combines comfort and durability in a lightweight, packable design. Weighing in at less than 2 pounds, the NeoAir Trekker utilizes Therm-a-Rest's innovative technology to maintain twice the warmth of other un-insulated air mattresses, while keeping its weight and size at a place that is attractive to any backpacker.

Unlike the limited number of vertical baffles employed by most traditional inflatable pads, the NeoAir Trekker utilizes horizontal air baffles. While minimizing convective cooling, Therm-a-Rest's Triangular Core Matrix technology and the increased number of baffles help to increase stability and avoid the "inflatable raft" feeling caused by overinflated vertical baffles.

The inflatable construction provides a full 2.5" thick base of support. Ultra-lightweight, high-tenacity fabric offers durability and maintains an incredibly light packed weight. When deflated the NeoAir Trekker packs down as small as a 1-liter water bottle.

The Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Trekker is available in Regular (20" x 72") and Large (25" x 77") size options. A stuff sack (included) aids in packability and provides water-resistant protection.

Sizes available: Large, Regular

Therm-a-Rest part numbers: 05195, 05194

Product Reviews

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Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Trekker (2013) Inflatable Sleeping Pad

Average customer rating:
Number of reviews: 8

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  • . Mahomet IL

    Likes: Good price, really quiet, durable, comfortable

    Dislikes: a little hard to inflate

  • Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer

    Likes: Comfortable, quiet when you move around on it and packs fairly small. Great value!

    Dislikes: Nothing.

  • Tway C. Grovetown GA

    Likes: I LOVE that the thickness of the inflated pad gives me fabulous back support AND I can sleep on my side comfortably too! I does only take me 36 breaths to inflate as well!

    Dislikes: n/a...I can't find anything I don't like!

  • Eric M. Spartanburg SC

    Likes: Yes, it is an expensive air mattress and yes it is worth it. Slept as good as on my bed except for the noise in the woods I wasn't accustomed hearing. Packs small. I had an old roll up Therma-a-rest self-inflating which still works but I don't like attaching items to the outside of a pack anymore. The only advantage on the accordion style mats that hang on the outside is using them as a sitting mat when stopping for a break. Still, the inflatable is as goods as it gets for weight and comfort for us weekend hikers.

    Dislikes: none

  • Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer

    Likes: Lightweight, packs up small, great thickness for side-sleepers.

    Dislikes: Inflating takes time, deflating takes time.

  • Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer

    Likes: Absolutely worth every penny and is extremely conformable. I bought the large and love it.

    Dislikes: None

  • Justin B. Sandy UT

    Likes: The ease of inflation

    Dislikes: I would like it to be just a little more wide

  • Marianne D. Benicia CA

    Likes: I had admired some fellow hikers' NeoAir pads but did not like the scrunchy, crinkly noises they made all night. I actually bought an original NeoAir and tested them out side by side. This Trekker version is much less noisy and is only a couple ounces heavier, and it is warm--I'm a cold sleeper, generally, and this pad kept me comfortable down to freezing temps. It's also very comfortable in terms of cushioning. I'm a stocky gal and sleep on my back and sides, and there was no contact with the cold, hard ground. A very nice pad (though the price is a bit steep).

    Dislikes: The proportions: at 20" it's only just wide enough for my trunk, and the 72" length is 6" too long. Arms are often off the mat. The Trekker is available in a "Large Torso" version but it isn't full-length; the ideal size for me would be 22–25" wide and 66" length (a length available in the original NeoAir). But this is a problem with a lot of outdoor equipment, which seems to be designed with an idealized slender, 6' man in mind. Wake up, manufacturers! Many different kinds of people (all sizes, shapes, ages) and both men and women enjoy outdoor activities and many of us would pay for high-quality products that are designed with a bit more diversity of body type in mind!

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