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  • Luxurious 3-Layer system includes a 3-in thick NeoAir air mattress, 1-in thick foam pillow top and plush fleece cover
  • NeoAir construction and ThermaCapture technology provide insulation without bulk
  • Protective cover is removable/washable and inner mattress can be used separately
  • NeoAir Torrent pump included
  • 3 in. thick inner mattress has an R-value of 2.6
  • Integrated straps mate with another NeoAir Dream mattress for double-wide luxury

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Best Use Camping
Sleeping Pad Type Air Pad
Sleeping Pad Shape Rectangular
Sleeping Capacity 1-person
R-Value 2.6
Repair Kit Included Yes
Stuff Sack Included Yes
Packed Size
10 x 16 inches
10 x 18.5 inches
77 x 25 x 4 inches
77 x 30 x 4 inches
4 lbs. 2 oz.
4 lbs. 15 oz.
Gender Unisex
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Good Winter's Nap When you enter our winter tent your attention is drawn to the heating stove and certain camping features go unnoticed. Those NeoAirDream sleeping mats atop the cots, peaking out from under our blankets provide insulation and comfort when the heat dies out and the minus 15 below temps creek in. Partnered with winter sleeping bags we can't say enough about this system that that offers the kind of deep sleep that that is mandatory for an energetic follow-up day on the trail. The fact is the the stove and cots are a glamping accessories, the NeoAir Dream mats are plain and simple, a survival necessity. Thank you Therm-A-Rest for a quality product that keeps us in a tent, in the wilds, in the deep of winter. Guess what? They are great in ALL seasons!
Date published: 2015-04-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Absolute Best Sleeping Pad EVER! My husband and I have had these sleeping pads for 3 years now and have put them to the test. They probably have around 300 days of use and still remain in excellent condition. We have had zero issues with leaks or holes. The soft liner allows you to sleep directly on top of the pad (not wrapped up in your sleeping bag) as if it was your own bed at home... and they are just as comfortable as your own bed. The straps allow for two pads to be tightly connected together, with a minimal gap in between. Hands down, they are our favorite piece of gear!
Date published: 2016-02-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I believe in the dream! I bought this last season and am absolutely in love. We use it for backcountry cabin/shelter trips and deluxe car/'s definitely a bulky deal, but worth it! I have never slept so well in the wilderness. The cover cleans very easily, too, and the stuff sack works so easily to fill the mattress. Some may appreciate the automated pump, but I feel the stuff sack and a little human breath to finish it off work just perfectly without the additional gear. It's a fantastic system.
Date published: 2016-02-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from More comfortable than my bed at home!! I got the NeoAir Dream for a 21 day raft trip down the Colorado River and I have to say this thing was incredibly comfortable! I have slept on almost every type of pad made, from closed cell foam to ultra light inflatable 3/4 length to the luxury series Thermarest and the NeoAir crushes them all for comfort. The drawbacks are, of course, first the size and weight, you are not taking this thing on a backpacking trip as even rolled up it's bigger and heavier than most sleeping bags. Second, it takes a lot of breath to inflate this baby. I first ordered the narrow model, which is fine for my wife (5'6" 125 lbs), but after trying it in the backyard before the trip, I decided I would be happier with the wider one. I'm 5'10" and 170 lb and I wanted to have pure luxury for my raft trip, it takes probably 30-40 good full breaths to get this fully inflated. I got so I would put in about 10 full breaths, wait a few minutes and repeat until full. Do NOT count on the Thermarest stuff sack inflater bag, it's more trouble than it's worth. I have read good things about the small battery operated Thermarest pump which could be the way to go, but I have not tried it. The third drawback is that this pad is EXPENSIVE! Spending a couple of hundred dollars for a sleeping pad is not something I would normally do. If at all possible look for sales or coupons prior to buying one. Is the hassle and the money worth it? For car camping or something like my river trip, I would say "yes, absolutely"! After you sleep on this for a few nights it's hard to go back to a "normal" pad. It's also nice that the cover is removable and so pretty easy to wash. After almost a month of straight use in the Grand Canyon the cover was permitted with fine sand/dust/funk one trip through the washing machine and it was as good as new.
Date published: 2014-08-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Surprisingly Warm My wife and I purchased two NeoAir dreams in time for the summer camping season for our family. Previously, we slept on box-store big blow up mattresses, but we have had two of these quickly develop leaks, and I thought it was beyond environmentally irresponsible to create such a waste (We will likely rerpurposed the second into a paint throw). The big performance improvement I wanted in our next mattress was warmth and comfort. We tent camp in North America--Wisconsin, Indiana, and Michigan--and sometimes in late may we have had the temps dip to 30 degrees (F) or so, and the large, blobby box-store mattresses quickly cool their air mass, so that even with a thick sleeping bag BELOW us, I would feel cold at night and rarely sleep deeply. So, the R value of the Dream Time attracted me. Second, I wanted to never feel the ground again, and at 45 years old, can you blame me? Positives: I was surprised at just how soothingly warm the Dream can be. Because of the combination of the upper open-cell cushion above and the separate air chambers below, (and the truly plush soft top) creating a rather thick pad, you are cradled into a rather cuddly sleeping experience. For the normal North Woods summer temps (say, down to 50) and conditions, I really only needed a fair, unzipped sleeping bag on top to sleep deeply. One particularly damp and chilly night, I was still a bit cold, but zipping up my sleeping bag remedied that for the next night. So, for North Woods summer camping, expect more than adequate warmth. Every night since I purchased and used the Dream I have awoken with my muscles limber, relaxed, and zero stiffness. Great! There are a few negatives: The Dream is not in any way self-inflating. The stuff sack doubles as a simple to use, but time consuming way to fill the dream (though I found I needed to add a few human puffs at the end to get the Dream firm enough for me). I would say we have added about an extra 15 - 20 minutes to our set up, and that is something to consider when you are camping with four younger children--probably headed right for the poison ivy. Similarly, folding the Dreams properly at the end takes a bit of time, too. So, in retrospect, I might have looked at Thermarest's self-inflating models. Finally, you really need to store these rather substantial pads outside of the stuff sack to keep the open-cell cushioning from compressing, and so you will need to dedicate some home space. I would like to give 4.5 stars--the knock being set up and storage. Overall, though: Along with the cots we use, this mattress honestly makes me look FORWARD to bed time, so it's done the job well for a car-camping family! You can see a longer review on my blog, if you like. Just find my "campnstuff" blog.
Date published: 2014-08-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So comfortable! I bought this a few months back and I have never been happier. I've returned a lot of other air mattresses, but this one was not only light, but comfortable!
Date published: 2015-08-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have been sleeping on this one for over a year For over a year I have been sleeping on this one I am homeless again and got tired of being uncomfotable at "home" I use the Xl on the Xl mesh cot and love the good night s sleep.
Date published: 2016-03-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Simply the best sleep ever camping! We purchased a teardrop trailer with an optional $400 memory foam mattress and after 3 times sleeping on it we decided it had to go. Luckily the trailer manufacture took it back and gave us our money back. I ordered these totally based off reviews on a couple website and the dimensions of two were perfect for our trailer. These pads are awesome, we sleep absolutely great on them if not better than at home on our sleep number bed.
Date published: 2016-03-10
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Is the foam - memory foam?

Asked by: Abear
​The foam on this pad is not a memory foam.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-30

Hello, Can the NeoAir Mini Pump be used on this mattress, or does it only fit with the Torrent pump? Thanks!

Asked by: Scott
The NeoAir Mini pump is compatible with this sleeping pad.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-14

Is this for two people or one person? 

Asked by: CClimb
Dimensions are given in the "specs" section above. Size L is 25 inches wide; size XL is 30 inches wide. Most people would say that is for just one person. 30 inches is like a twin bed.
Answered by: Cynhkr1300
Date published: 2017-03-02

Does this stuff sack also double as a pump sack?

Asked by: girlromin
The stuff sack does not double as a pump, but the NeoAir Torrent pump is included with the sleeping pad.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-04-19

How do you inflate this pad?

Asked by: 3233605
The NeoAir Dream Sleeping Pad includes the NeoAir Torrent Pump.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-03-02

They have several variations of the NeoAir; exactly which model is included with this combo? .

Asked by: Lefty Loosy
​This includes a 3-inch thick NeoAir mattress.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-24

Is this the 2016 or 2015 model?

Asked by: David A Allen
All stock is the 2016 version of the NeoAir Dream Sleeping Pad.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-10-03

Can this fit in a back packing pack?

Asked by: Grlo9633
This sleeping pad can fit inside of a backpack. It does, however, depend on the size of the pack. The packed size for the large is 10 x 16 inches. The packed size for the XL is 10 x 18.5 inches.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-08
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