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Re: Big Agnes Air Core Pads

Postby hikin_jim » Tue Nov 18, 2014 8:39 am

John Harper wrote:Thanks everyone, I'll see if my local REI carries the NeoAir Xtherm, I only had a chance to lay on the BA insulated air core last time I was there.

I really appreciate the input. So, there's also an Exped Synmat UL to look into.

John

I haven't tried the NeoAir Xtherm, but I have the original NeoAir which has been really good down to about freezing. I notice someone commented about the seeming fragility of the NeoAir, but I've had mine for several years now, and it's been really sturdy. I think I have done 12 backpacking trips this year, so I'm getting my use out of it, and it's holding up well.

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Re: Big Agnes Air Core Pads

Postby John Harper » Wed Nov 19, 2014 1:56 pm

I appears I'm leaning toward the Neoair Xlite. It supposedly has the same R value as my present pad and is listed as 3 season, which is fine for me. The Xtherm might be another option. I'll see if I can try them over at the local REI.

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