Thermarest NeoAir Xtherm Regular

 

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4 Season Mat

The Thermarest Neoair Xtherm has enjoyed an updatefor 2015with softer non-slip fabrics for a quieter sleep experience and better next-to-skin comfort.

The Neoair Xtherm is the warmest mat in the Neoair collection. It uses 4 layers of reflective material which reflect body heat and create air pockets which reduce convective heat loss. This acheives a R rating of 5.7, yet it weighs a mere 430g! So the Neoair Xtherm provides true 4 season warmth without the weight or bulk of most winter-worthy mats.

The mat comes with a repair kit and a stuff sack which serves as a pump.  A repair kit and storage sack are also included.


  • 4 reflective layers
  • Length: 183cm
  • Width: 51cm
  • Thickness: 6.3cm
  • R value: 5.7
  • Weight: 430g
  • Top fabric: 30 denier rip nylon
  • Bottom fabric: 50 denier polyester
  • Packed dimension: 23 x 10cm

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