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    I found one of these at one of the big camping and outdoors mega stores the other day. About a hundred bucks and only 9.1 ounces. If your looking ultra, ultra, ultra light. This might be it. I've never used one but reading this page reminded me of this thing.
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    http://www.klymit.com/index.php/prod...riaxframe.html

    Smallest I've ever seen. No good if you sleep on your side.
    People in SUV's and suburbs will kill more game animals than a man with a bow, ever could.

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    i checked out the neo air at REI last week because I was thinking about getting one. It seemed super loud, like sleeping on bags of lays chips. My vote is for the BA insulated air core!

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    I bought a Big Agnes lat year, the thing is light and incredibly comfortable. I would recomend these to anyone.
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    I use the thermarest z-lite and love it, if I'm not packing in very far from the truck, or its super cold outside, I'll put a Cabelas Alaskan Guide air pad on top for added protection. Its a heavy pad so I don't use it much, I'm looking into the BA air cor as well.

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    I'll second what pcc2b said about the neo air being loud. I played with it last week in person and it is very noisy.

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    Big Anges Insulated Air Core is my pad of choice.

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    Gotta love the BA insulated air core. I love mine and definitely bumps up the temp rating on your sleeping bag.The only downside is there weight. If I was going to buy a new sleeping pad today I would buy the neo air from thermarest. The shop I work for sells both as well.

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    Have the Neo-air and have not had any problems with it,but i always carry an extra patch kit for it just in case.

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    I use the smallest Neo Air. As others mentioned, it's super light, but you also have to be careful as it could be punctured if you're not careful.

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    Just saw the klymit inertia x frame pad review in eastmans. looks promising. 9oz is crazy light. and $100 isnt a bad price.

 

 

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