For a minimal pack size and maximum performance, the NeoAir XLite offers the gold standard in lightweight comfort.
The unrivaled Triangular Core Matrix offers the best warmth-to-weight ratio of any air sleeping pad construction. The construction gives the 2.5 inch (6.4 cm) thick pad superior stability, boasting the most inches of weld for maximum camp comfort. The compact pad boasts a 4.2 value, allowing users to camp comfortably year-round.
The XLite also features the high-performance WingLock valve, allowing the pad to inflate three times faster thanks to a larger opening and one-way inflation. The pad includes a breath-saving pump sack, compact stuff sack and field repair kit.
Dear Alpine Ascents, I’m gearing up for an 8-Day Alaska Course and I see that you require double-wall four season tents. I found a single wall four-season tent that is supposed to be bomber (saw photos of it being used in the Himalaya) and it would save me 5 pounds. What gives? Sincerely, Trying to […]
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