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Raffle: Enter for a Chance to Win the New Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Uberlite Sleeping Pad

NeoAir Uberlite Survey

The new Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Uberlite is one of the hottest new backpacking products of 2019. Weighing just 8.8 ounces, the Uberlite is even lighter weight than the immensely popular 12 ounce Therm-a-Rest NeoAir XLite, and rolls up even smaller. It looks and feels like the rest of the pads in the NeoAir product line (although it’s much quieter) and has an R-value of 2, making it good for warm weather use. At 8.8 ounces, the Uberlite weighs even less than a folding foam pad like the Therm-a-Rest ZLite. It’s another remarkable product from the gear engineer geeks at Therm-a-Rest!

Deadline to Enter

The deadline to enter this raffle is Tuesday, January 29, 2019, at midnight PST.

Rules

  • All raffle entrants will have one chance to win.
  • Raffle entrants who submit more than one entry will be disqualified.
  • The item being raffled is a Therm-a-Rest Uberlite Sleeping Pad (size regular) with an MSRP of $180.00. The item is new.
  • The winner will be selected randomly from all valid entries and notified by email. Failure to respond to email in 3 days may result in prize forfeiture.
  • The winner will be notified by email and listed on our Raffle Winners page.
  • The prize winners may live anywhere.
  • If you have any questions, leave a comment.

To Enter

To enter this random raffle for a chance to win a Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Uberlite Sleeping Pad, complete this short 2 minute survey about backpacks, by clicking on this link. 

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14 comments

  1. i completed the survey it did not say i was entered.. how do i enter the draw

  2. I am spoiled xterm short 9 oz. that look s nice for a full pad.

  3. Tricky question because my main pack for overnight and multi-day IS a winter pack. So I answered based on my daypack which, in warm weather, is large enough for a near-minimalist overnight. But it wouldn’t be my first choice.

  4. Pleased to hear it is much lighter and quieter. I am doing the GR 10 , Atlantic to the Mediterranean {900 kms across the French Pyrenees) so weight is extremely important. I’m 69, in training now and looking at all I will be packing.

    John

  5. The last question about buying from the same manufacturer is also a bit tricky. I’m happy with the pack I have but my next purchase will be from a different manufacturer to fulfill a different need. Not because I’m unhappy with the current manufacturer.

  6. Adjustable from 40 to 60 liters makes it difficult to answer the volume of the Sierra Designs Flex Capacitor.

    • not really. Its a 60 liter pack with compression straps.

      • Out of curiosity, and for the benefit of others still to complete the survey, would you also view a pack that is 65 liters plus 10 liters in an expansion collar as a 75 liter pack?

        As an aside, I have a 50L winter pack with 20L worth of expansion collar (when fully cinched). But the tall collar isn’t laterally secured to anything; it’s just held down from above by the brain/lid, so it’s not terribly stable. I’d welcome ideas to make practical use of this space. Thanks.

  7. I ‘m planing to hike the Long trail…hope in one go from south to north…probably south to north beginning the 4th of July. I’ve be planning this for decades …this will be my birthday present to my self : )

  8. Opinion wanted: When it comes to a sleeping pad, is the extra weight for a long & wide pad worth it for an extended backpacking trip or thru hike? I would think getting a good night’s sleep is just as important as weight. Thoughts?

    • I usually find that exhaustion is the best sedative. But whatever makes you comfortable. It’s your hike!

    • I don’t use wide or long pads, but carry an extra thick pad. I’ve injured my shoulders, neck and back over the years, so extra padding is needed for a decent sleep. I usually have a full-length inflatable plus a 1/2-length foam pad. Like Phillip says — whatever makes you comfortable. Sleeping is highly personal.

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