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    Glad this was asked as I was looking into pads myself.
    I see multiple different models of the Neo Air, what models are you guys using? I'm a side sleeper if that matters.
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    Neo Air XLite for me.

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    Thanks Kevin!!

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    Sleeping Pad?

    Not sure on the model, I have two and both were bought when they first came out and only offered as the NeoAir. One appears to be the all season and is a little heavier duty feeling and more comfortable. The other appears to have the same specs as the xlite. I like them both but prefer the all season even if its 5 or 6 ounces heavier.
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    Hey guys appreciate the information. This will get me heading in the right direction since there are so many choices. Mark

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    My Neoair is the original, which is now replaced by the xlite.

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    I have a neo air and synmat exped ul7. Both are great pads. Like bb. I would like to spend some time in a hammock this year depending on terrain I'm hunting obviously being from Nevada.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 25contender View Post
    Hey everyone. This is sort of a take off of the Static V thread. I am still on the search for a new sleeping pad. I do like the insulated inflatable pads but cant decide on which one. I am concerned about the weight and looking for a lighter pad. Of course experience is the best teacher and you really cant try them out before you purchase them. The pad will be used from 10 degrees and up at higher elevations. Right now I have a older dated therm-a-rest that has seen better days. So what pads are you using and what are the pros and cons? Thanks ahead of time. Mark
    I am sure you will find your answer in this roundup:
    http://www.bestairmattressguide.com/...-camping-trip/

    13 active campers and adventurers share what is their sleeping pad of choice and why.

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    Thanks guys all this information has narrowed my search quite a bit. Mark

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    I found good deals on Big Agnes Insulated Air Core mattresses in the past year because they have come out with newer models. They are thick, comfy, and insulated. Can't profess on the durability yet, but they have been solid so far.

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