Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Xtherm NXT Sleeping Pad
Ultralight and warm, the Therm-a-Rest NeoAir XTherm NXT sleeping pad is highly durable and boasts a 7.3 R value, giving it a warmth-to-weight ratio suited for extremely cold backcountry pursuits.
- Triangular Core Matrix™ construction and ThermaCapture technology deliver cold-conquering warmth-to-weight ratio while cutting over 2 oz. (7.5 g) from its predecessor's weight
- This pad has an R-value of 7.3, which makes it best for adventures in extreme cold conditions; it provides high levels of insulation from ground temperature
- Most sleeping pads we sell range from 1.0 (good for warm weather) to 5.5+ (for use in extreme cold); the higher the R-value, the more insulated the pad
- 70-denier nylon on the bottom withstands the wear and tear of extended expedition use while 30-denier ripstop nylon on top keeps it light and packable
- 3 in. (7.6 cm) of thickness and horizontal baffled structure deliver premium backcountry comfort while keeping weight to a minimum
- WingLock™ valve delivers fast 1-way inflation and rapid deflation without giving up the ability to easily purge air while you lay on it for comfort micro-adjustments
- Includes pump sack, stuff sack and field repair kit
Made in USA.
|Sleeping Pad Type|
|Sleeping Pad Shape|
|Repair Kit Included|
|Stuff Sack Included|
Large: 5 x 11 inches
Regular: 4.5 x 9 inches
Regular Wide: 5 x 11 inches
|Pad Thickness (in.)|
Large: 77 x 25 x 3 inches
Regular: 72 x 20 x 3 inches
Regular Wide: 72 x 25 x 3 inches
Large: 1 lb. 4 oz.
Regular: 1 lb.
Regular Wide: 1 lb. 4 oz.
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NeoAir Xtherm NXT Sleeping Pad
This pad did exactly what I expected on a ski mountaineering trip to the top of Mt. Baker this weekend. Stayed consistently inflated all night (unlike the pad I was replacing), did not sound like I was lying on a bag of chips (like my other neo air), and kept me cozy in my bivy bag. It was the pad’s maiden voyage, but it was one of the best nights sleep in the alpine in the last few years!