Finally—a plushly comfortable sleeping pad that weighs roughly the same as a loaf of bread (but is a lot more compact). The lightest insulated air sleeping pad available, Therm-a-Rest’s NeoAir UberLite is the hands-down choice for all-season long-distance hikers and gram-counters, setting the new standard for ultralight comfort with zero compromises.
The unrivaled Triangular Core Matrix offers the best warmth-to-weight ratio of any air sleeping pad construction, creating an impressive 2.3 R-value for a featherweight. The construction gives the 6.4 cm thick pad serious stability, boasting the most weld for maximum camp comfort. One of our testers said the pad was more comfortable than his own bed. And the pad features the high-performance WingLock valve, allowing the pad to inflate three times faster thanks to a larger opening and one-way inflation.
So: no more huffing and puffing when all you want to do is crash after a long day of scrambling or paddling.
Like all Therm-a-Rest pads, the NeoAir UberLite is made in-market (USA) to ensure quality and minimize environmental impact. The pad includes a breath-saving pump sack, compact stuff sack and field repair kit. But this is a tough pad. We didn’t treat it lightly on our trip and it didn’t even show a scratch.
FEATURES IN A NUTSHELL
-Featherweight: Weighing just north of half a pound, the UberLite sets a new standard for ultralight comfort.
-Minimal Pack Size: Shrinks down smaller than any NeoAir® ever.
-Big On Comfort: 2.5 inches (6.4 cm) of cushion provide luxurious rest during your fast and light activities.
-Reliable NeoAir® Construction: Built using the trusted Triangular Core Matrix™ to maximize your rest during long, backcountry objectives.
-WingLock™ Valve: the intuitive and dependable valve maximizes air flow for easier inflation and quicker deflation. Wings toggle for one-way inflation to save breath.
-Pump sack, stuff sack and repair kit included.
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