I've used the Big Agnes insulated pads for several years and let my son take them to his athletic events, which speaks to their durability.
They get my vote.
Big fan of the thermarest pads.
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I run the neo-air x-lite also. It is warm, really light, and really compact. It seems flimsy but it is tough after what I put it thru. It is a little noisy!
I've heard good things about Klymit pads and looking at some of their options. Will have to research the Neo pads given this thread.
Heli M Lost / Heli M Tactical
Spot Hogg-It 7 Pin / Spot Hogg Hunter 3 or 5 pin
B-Stinger Hunter Extreme Lost / Black
QAD XD Lost / Black
Carbon Express Aramid KV 350 / Blue Streak Select 350
I just bought the Big Agnes Insulated Air Core and will being trying it out in the next week to see how I like it
I have a chance to try out a Big Agnes Insulated Q-Core Sleeping Pad. I will put together a little review when I try it out. Its a little heavier than I am looking for but I like the design of the pad. I don't like a pad that I slip off of or that I have to keep adjusting. Dang its hard to find a level spot to set up camp!!
I think this is a new one to the list - 2/3 Peak A/C Elite by Hyalite. 11 ounces and is my go-to for backpack hunts. I traded in a Big Agnes for the weight savings, though I'm not sure if BA has managed to drop their weight more recently.
Today I received the Big Agnes Insulated Q-Core Sleeping Pad to try out. I will give it a try this weekend and report back next week. Mark
Would you all like to see a video showing some different mats and their sizes?