Category: Therm-a-Rest

  • Therm-a-Rest Vesper 32F Quilt

    There's light, and then there is ultralight. And ultralight these days has gotten crazy-light, thanks to companies like Therm-a-Rest. Their Vesper quilts is about as minimalist as you can possibly get in features, and it doesn't give an inch on performance to get there. The idea behind ultralight is simple: the lighter your gear, the […]

  • Therm-a-Rest UberLite Sleeping Pad

    Therm-a-Rest pretty much dominates the sleeping pad category, and for good reason. It's not that there aren't a number of other good pads out there, it's just that the NeoAir series of air pads is so freaking good there's not a lot of motivation to look elsewhere. The new NeoAir UberLite does nothing to change […]

  • Therm-a-Rest Argo Blanket

    A blanket is just a blanket is just a blanket. Unless, of course, it's a tech blanket like the updated Therm-a-Rest Argo. Blankets made from technical fabrics have become a staple around Gearflogger HQ because they offer a number of advantages over cotton and other natural fabrics. The Argo uses eraLoft hollow-fiber synthetic fill inside […]

  • Therm-a-Rest NeoAir XLite Sleeping Pad

    Therm-a-Rest has been setting the gold standard for sleeping pads for a long time. It's not surprise that the XLite pad – updated for 2015 and still available exclusively in Signature Gold Urine Marigold Yellow color – is the go-to pad for those who value comfort and ultralight weight and don't want to compromise. The XLite […]

  • Therm-a-Rest XTherm

    The gear that really makes an impression is the stuff that's tough enough to bring into the harshest environment, yet is ridiculously light and packs away small. A perfect example is the newest NeoAir air mattress from Therm-a-Rest, the XTherm, weighing in at 15 ounces light. The warmest pad in the NeoAir line, the XTherm […]

  • Therm-a-Rest Antares sleeping bag

    We all know and love Therm-a-Rest sleeping pads. Now along comes a fart sack, made to pair with the NeoAir sleeping pads. The Antares has a few cool tricks up its sleeves. The Antares is updated for 2014 and is now comfort rated to 15F, thanks to added box baffling for the 750+ down, which […]

  • Therm-a-Rest Z Lite SOL sleeping pad

    You may think you're reading a review about the good-ole Therm-a-Rest Z Lite foam sleeping pad. Ha! Wrong-o in the bong-o my gear-soaked friend. We are reviewing a super-secret-squirrel new model, the Z Lite SOL. That's right, capital letters, and you know what that means: it's computerized! OK, that's a lie. There's no computer, but […]

  • Therm-a-Rest NeoAir All-Season sleeping pad

    As we attain a certain maturity, the little things seem to weigh a lot larger on our admittedly shrinking minds. A good night's sleep is near the top of that list, and the more difficult the journey the more important this is. Enter the NeoAir. Therm-a-Rest has developed its NeoAir series into three different models, […]

  • Therm-a-Rest NeoAir sleeping pad

    Therm-a-Rest knows sleeping pads, and their expertise is reflected in the fact that you see their products keeping butts off rock and ice the world over. The NeoAir pushes the envelope for inflatable air mattresses, bringing the warmth without adding the weight. The NeoAir is available in four sizes; the regular measures a standard 20x72in […]

  • Therm-a-Rest Trekker Pillow Case

    Sometimes in extreme situations small things can make a big difference. Exhibit A is the Therm-a-Rest Trekker Pillow Case, a soft fleece pouch that you can stuff full of clothing to make a field-expedient pillow. And at only 2oz to boot. This little item went up Denali with us last season and turned out to […]