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If you spend nights in the outdoors tossing and turning instead of sleeping, the Therm-a-Rest Luxury Map Sleeping pad was designed with you in mind. The advanced pressure-mapping technology uses high and low density foams to provide support where you need it most and eliminate pressure points, ultimately allowing for a more restful sleep. Plus, the three inches of cushion and an exceptionally high thermal rating make this pad a perfect choice for any season of the year.

  • Pressure mapping technology utilizes high- and low-density foams to provide support where you need it most
  • Inflates to a full three inches thick for maximum comfort
  • Covered with a lighter and softer fabric than previous Luxury Map pads
  • Thermal R-value of 6.8 makes the Luxury Map one of Therm-a-Rest's warmest pads
  • Packs into a compact 21 x 6 inch roll (regular size)
  • Stuff sack included

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5 5


  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Super comfy, easy to inflate and deflate, definitely recommend! A bit bulky, but no problem for car camping! It fits perfectly into the sleeve on my bag for stable comfort all night long!

5 5

I finally sleep like a baby

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I have always had trouble finding a pad that can meet my needs on a trip. Sadly, I'm a side sleeper and I have wide hips that dig into the ground every time. The thickness of the pad alone would be enough to make me happy. The body mapping is above and beyond. All the spots that normally give you trouble (like the hips) have been mapped and the pad's interior is structured to provide more support in those places without sacrificing comfort. You can see the outline in the pictures above. When you zoom in the dimples in the pad are evident. The more dimples, the more support in those high pressure areas.

I'm 5'7" and fit on the regular just fine. I will gladly sacrifice the weight for this kind of sleeping comfort.

4 5

Luxury camp pad

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This is a great car camping pad. Nothing like a hard day of climbing and a great night of rest! Some serious thought was put into the planning of the padding. No more dead hip. It packs small so it does not take up a lot of space.

5 5

Awesome Camp Pad

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I bought this as a replacement to one that was lost last year. Anytime we car or 4-wheeler camp I never leave this at home. Its super comfy and is a must for base camp.

5 5

Comfort is King

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This is my go-to car camping, base-camp, backyard sleeping pad. I've used it countless nights outdoors and often when crashing at friends' houses before or after trips. It is the first thing in my car on road trips It is thick enough to give you plenty of firmness options and self-inflates rather well considering its 3" thickness.
If you are looking for a pad for backpacking you'd be happier with a light, more compact option. But a pad to pull out of the closet when your little brother comes to crash, or something to pull out of the car at camp, this is the one to get...hands down.

5 5


  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Prepping for a 18 day road trip with my mother I did a ton of research, had her test as many mattresses we could find and ended settling on the luxury map. Its mom, I would have packed a full size pillow top for her. Since we mostly car camped the size wasn't an issue at all. Self inflated faster than I could pump up my neoair pad! She said it was very comfortable and supportive in the right places, very warm and "quite" as a reference to my neoair..
I spent the last 3 nights using the mat while sleeping on hardwood floors and I agree! Very supportive for side sleepers, on uneven ground, and very easy to inflate.
If you are car camping or glamping, hosting a massive sleep over, or using a 100L pack for an overnight: Buy this pad!

5 5

Scrumptious !!!

Just used my 2 new Luxury Map pads while snow camping, side-by-side with the Down Coupler that Thermarest also makes, and I'm in love. They are so comfortable and WARM, I didn't even notice that I was sleeping on frozen ground. Because of their 3" thickness, I would not recommend them for long pack hauls, but for luxury car camping they are fantastic. They are easy to pack & set up and the down coupler is extremely easy to use as well. I feel like Goldilocks: not too thick, not too thin, they're just right.

5 5


I bought this pad for the warmth and it was well worth it. I camp in the mountains a lot and toss and turn from the cold under me, but this pad stopped that and I slept great! It is not for backpacking, but as long as I don't go too many miles, it is worth hauling that extra weight.

5 5


  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This pad is soooooo comfortable, which is ideal as I spend month long stints on it for field work. Certainly not for backpacking, but if you need something durable and easy on the back for car campings/base camp, this is the pad for you. This year I upgraded (comfort wise) to the Luxury and the extra money was worth it! This mat, like all inflatable therms comes with it's own stuff sack, but unlike other models, this one has cool cinch-straps. I have the large and my boyfriend has the XL - they fit (if not a little snuggly) in our two-man Mountain Hardware tent - and still leave room for the dog!

4 5

Great Pad!

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Nice and comfortable...very light weight.

is it self infating

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is it self infating

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Hey Steve,
Yes, this is self-inflating.

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You will still need to fill it with some lung power, it's self inflating to an extent, but you're going to want at least five large puffs for this to be at maximum comfort.