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    Exped downmat 9 and I use a pad liner to help prevent punctures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodtick View Post
    +1 for the Big Agnes Insulated Air Core, I've had mine for about 4 years now and it's still going strong. I've probably got close to 100 nights on it now.
    I have used mine a few times and really like it. Very comfortable and so far I haven't had any problems sliding off the pad.

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    I started out with a thermarest prolite, and after about 2 nights sleeping on it, my hips hurt so bad that I couldn't sleep more than 30 minutes without having to move. Made the switch to the old school thermarest closed cell foam pad, and sleep pretty good now.
    My mind is a raging torrent, flooded with rivulets of thought cascading into a waterfall of creative alternatives.

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    I have a neoair , xtherm , prolite 4 and big agnus air insulated all good pads , sometimes I like the prolite 4 better inflates quick and weighs 1 pound , the x therm is a great pad at 1 pound with great r value rating for cold nights but a little noisy and still only 1 pound great for cold nights below 20 degrees or if using a quilt

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    This is an old thread but just thought I'd post that both the Exped and Thermarest new pads are on their website now which are lighter and better than the old ones of course so anyone in the market might want to check them out.

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    I believe this is the site that is being referred to. If not please correct me.

    http://www.cascadedesigns.com/therm-...light/category

    I don't know how much 'lighter' they are than the old ones though.

 

 

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