Now featuring all new WingLock™ Valves!
From alpinists to thru-hikers, those who need the lightest gear have a new standard for ultralight comfort with this 8.8-ounce pad.
As the absolute lightest insulated air mattress available, the UberLite keeps your pack featherweight on the trail. Thermarests' proprietary construction provides the critical warmth needed in the backcountry. Boasting 2.5 inches of legendary NeoAir comfort, the minimal UberLite makes a big impact during nights in the backcountry. To endure the rigors of the backcountry, unique fabrics and construction meet strict durability standards. Pump sack, stuff sack and repair kit included.
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Small 6 oz
Regular 8.8 oz
Large 12 oz
Small 3.4" x 6"
Regular 3.6" x 6"
Large 3.8" x 7.5"
Small 20" x 47"
Regular 20" x 72"
Large 25" x 77"
We recommend leaving the valve open and storing your mattress rolled tight in a stuff sack to protect it from dirt and sharp objects.
Regular cleaning will extend the life of your mattress, especially if you sleep in direct contact with its surface.
Do not put your mattress in the washing machine. Cleaning with a hose or in a bathtub is best. Do not forget to close the valve while washing. For general cleaning, a quick scrubbing with Formula 409®, BioClean™ All-Purpose Cleaner, or other general household cleaner is best.
Watch the video: How to Care for Your Therm-a-Rest® Mattress
For tree sap, spot clean with a cotton rag soaked in rubbing alcohol. This will take some work and sap will likely leave a stain. However, a dusting with talc or baby powder when you are done should eliminate any residual stickiness.
Every piece of Therm-a-Rest gear is designed to endure the rigors of your time in the backcountry. We offer a Limited Lifetime Warranty on all products, except electronic devices, which have a 2-year Limited Warranty.
If you think that your NeoAir or self-inflating sleeping pad are losing air, it’s possible that you have a puncture in your pad. If you want to repair your pad at home, check out this blog post. To get your gear repaired, start a warranty claim or to learn more, visit Therm-a-Rest Warranty for more info.