Thermarest NeoAir Xlite Regular


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Lightweight Mat

The Thermarest NeoAir Xlite has been updated in 2015 with new softer fabrics for a quieter rest and a better next-to-skin comfort.

The NeoAir Xlite has an array of triangular air pockets which trap warmth which Thermarest trademark as a Triangular Core Matrix construction. This array of air pockets is separated by a horizontal reflective layer midway between the top and bottom. This acheives a good 3-4 season insulation level (R3.2) with minimal weight (350g) and bulk

The NeoAir Xlite Regular packs down really small, to approximately the size of a 1 litre drinking bottle.



  • Softer, quieter fabrics for 2015
  • Air pockets trap warmth
  • Internal reflective layer
  • Length: 183cm
  • Width: 51cm
  • Thickness: 6.3cm
  • Packed dimension: 23x9cm
  • R value: 3.2
  • Weight: 350g
  • Stuff sack included
  • Repair kit included


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