After a quality lightweight sleeping mat and a down jacket good for a slim 6'1", probably small or medium. Fire away!
Not selling but take a look at the xtherm - many cosy nights on that. Packs down almost as small as xlite but really radiates heat after 10 mins...
I bought a Klymit insulated pad from amazon.com global stores with import and everything came to about £50. Think ebay do a similar service. Klymit pads are generally a bit wider and not that much heavier.
Bit concerned with durability with those. Moving on from a alpkit mat because of a mystery slow puncture.
I'm a big bloke and I've slept allover the shop in mine. Now moved to the hammock version. Both seem pretty tough. I think I've got a barely used large thermarest neo air trekker that I found too narrow. Slept on once. That suit you?
I'm remembering that its not too narrow. the large one is quite wide. I can't actually remember why I switched...
Apparently they're quite sensitive to being stored with moisture inside (condensation from your breath when you inflate them). The moisture makes the materials degrade and start to leak. I've had it happen with both an Airo and a Numo. The Numo got replaced under warranty.
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