The Thermarest NeoAir Trekker is a durable NeoAir mattress, providing the same comfort with improved wear resistance and a 3 season warmth rating. This makes it ideal for the light weight backpacker and trekker who requires the proven qualities of the NeoAir but with the piece of mind that it will stand up to harder knocks over a longer period of time.
The NeoAir Trekker is constructed using a Triangular Core Matrix that provides greater warmth than other uninsulated air mattresses but also provides the unique stability of the Thermarest NeoAir range. The durability comes from the use of tougher Polyester outer fabric, which is quieter than the lightest NeoAir mats such as the Xlite, though this is a better choice for those counting the grams.
- Internal truss system stabilizes mattress for unmatched stability and comfort
- Manually inflated design allows significant weight savings and compact go anywhere storage
- Rugged Polyester fabric provide added protection from punctures and abuse adding versatility
- Triangular Core Matrix technology provides twice the warmth of other uninsulated mattresses
|Regular||183 x 51cm||6.3cm||23 x 11cm||480g||3.0|
|Regular Wide||183 x 63cm||6.3cm||28 x 12cm||590g||3.0|
|Large||196 x 63cm||6.3cm||28 x 12cm||660g||3.0|
Customer Reviews of Thermarest NeoAir Trekker
I bought this for cycle touring after researching like crazy. I'm in my 40s now and need the extra warmth and comfort. This is also tough enough for bivy-bagging. The couloir isn't my thing but it packs down small and it is pretty light. After racking up the miles on my bike, I can rack up some decent Zzzzs and rest well. Thanks for a great product and a good price...
Only used for 2 nights so far very comfy - I would really recommend it. Make sure you get the large it weighs nothing anyway!
I have this and the original NeoAir made of thinner material. While heavier, this is very tough by comparison and does not make the crinkle sound when you move on it.
Not suitable for winter unless you use another insulated layer underneath. It's not particularly grippy, so can move around on a slippery tent floor.
Very comfortable, especially when compared with a closed cell or traditional thin self-inflatable.
If you don't mid a few extra grams and need durability, this is great. Recommended.
Well worth considering getting the large size if, like me, you're over six feet and move around a fair bit in your sleep. The narrower regular size is pretty narrow and just supports your width if lying straight and still. The large seems no bigger in terms of pack size, but it's got much more room to turn over on. very, very comfortable and light. I've only deducted a star as a hundred quid plus is a lot of money for a mat in my opinion, but as it'll last for years I shouldn't really grumble.