Tag: sleeping pad

Therm-a-Rest NeoAir XLite SV

Therm-a-Rest Expands SpeedValve Line

Therm-a-Rest NeoAir XLite SV

Last week, Therm-a-Rest announced the expansion of the NeoAir SpeedValve sleeping pad line. Joining the original NeoAir Camper SV, the new 3-season NeoAir Trekker SV and NeoAir XLite MAX SV deliver quicker and easier setup to everyone from car campers to backpacking and touring enthusiasts, as well as the ultralight ounce counters.

Therm-A-Rest EvoLite

Therm-a-Rest EvoLite Mattress

Therm-A-Rest EvoLite

The new Therm-a-Rest EvoLite mattress blends the convenience of self-inflation with the added comfort of air. Using a new type of foam that the company claims is the lightest and most compressible on the market, the mattress offers NeoAir quality comfort while saving you quite a few breaths in the setup process.

Klymit Static V Luxe

Klymit Static V Luxe Sleeping Pad

Klymit Static V Luxe

Just in time for your summer adventures, Klymit adds a more luxury version of their popular Static V sleeping pad to the line. The Static V Luxe is the largest and most comfortable pad they have made to date, while remaining extremely lightweight and packable.

The Windcatcher Rapid Inflating Air Pad

Windcatcher Air Pad

One of the hardest parts of setting up camp is usually the huffing and puffing required to inflate your sleeping pad, especially at altitude. The Windcatcher Air Pad uses a unique wide mouth valve system that can inflate and deflate your sleeping pad almost instantly, with no hyperventilation required.  

Sleeping Bags Built To Work With Your Therm-A-Rest

Therm-A-Rest sleeping bags

There is nothing worse than waking up in the middle of the night with half of your body on the cold tent floor or a zipper pressing against your face. In order to create a more solid foundation that keeps you comfortably on your sleeping pad all night, many outdoor brands have moved to control the design of both the pad and sleeping bag. Therm-A-Rest started the process with a line of down blankets and top bags, but now plans to round out their sleep system collection with a full line of sleeping bags for Fall 2013. 

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