Hibernating bears aren't the only ones getting a good night's rest this winter.

If anything, you have even more gear to lug on a winter expedition than you do in the summer, so you're looking to save weight wherever possible. Turn to the Therm-a-Rest Women's ProLite Plus for warmth and comfort without excessive weight on your next ski tour, winter camping trip, or cold-weather trek. The innovative self-inflating design is reinforced with diagonal cut foam that reduces convective heat loss so you're not shivering while the guys are snoring. The Prolite Plus rolls up small in the included stuff sack to fit right in your pack.

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4 5

I like it but I like a cot better :)

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

This is a good pad. Therm-a-Rest makes tough, reliable gear and the Prolite is no exception. I'm really impressed with the way this thing will fold down. I fold it lengthwise once and then roll it slowly using my knees to push out air - I can get it down to a 7" diameter roll, maybe 10-11" tall. I certainly have no complaints about the size or weight.
I might be too impatient for self-inflating pads, I always end up puffing on them a bit. It doesn't take much effort to inflate and I can make it pretty darned firm. I've never woken up to find it's gone flat, though I've only used it a handful of times.
I'm 29, not quite an old fogey yet but I really don't like like sleeping on a camp pad any more. For the last few years, if I can't get a bed, I sleep on a LuxuryLite cot. Mine is the mesh version and at 3lbs 14oz it's 2.5lbs heavier than the Prolite Plus. I think the weight is worth it, even on multi-day backpacking trips.
The Prolite Plus has worked well for me the few times I've used it (only in the summer). Mine isn't getting a workout though since I turned into a weenie - my opinion might not be worth much :)

5 5

Awesome pad...extremely warm

I bought this pad to replace by BA Insulated Air Core cause I was tired of taking 10 minutes blowing the thing up. Not to mention after 3 leaks I had had enough. I bought this and have been in love with it. It's super warm and if I blow it up a lot, I won't feel the ground while side sleeping. It also is really quick to pack up but not quite as fast as a Z-lite, but for the extra comfort, I'll take it. Since I'm small (5'6") I went with the female version cause it had a higher R-value and was cheaper than the male version. I can live with the floral pattern for higher warm/weight ratio. Really happy with it.

Awesome pad...extremely warm