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    Settle in for a good night's sleep on the Trail Pro.

    Now warmer and more comfortable than ever, the classic Therm-a-Rest Trail Pro Sleeping Pad is your ticket to the Land of Nod in the backcountry. This classic has been updated with diagonal-cut foam, which brings added warmth by minimizing convective heat loss. Sleeping comfort is boosted by body-mapping construction that delivers targeted support and softness where you need it most, so you're sleeping far better than you ever thought you could on a two-inch-thick pad.
    • Item #CAS0639

    Tech Specs

    75D polyester, urethane foam
    [regular] 72 x 20 x 2 in, [long] 77 x 25 x 2 in
    Stuff Sack
    Claimed Weight
    [regular] 1 lb 14 oz, [long] 2 lb 8 oz
    Manufacturer Warranty

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    My Luxurious back woods bed

      They usually tell you to pack Lite and tight when camping in the back-country but I bought this to take on my overnight hiking/backpacking trips. I havent packed it into the backwoods though yet, because of its packed up size it takes up quite a bit of room but for me it is worth it for the added comfort. Stays inflated all night and is, just as everyone says, one of the comfiest pads they have owned. Only downfall for me was it doesnt really seem to self inflate. I pretty much had to blow up the whole pad from flat to full the times I have used it.

      Works great.

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

      I got this for camping out in December near Lone Pine, CA. Didn't want to lug around an air mattress. It got down to 15 - 20 degrees, and I had a 20 degree North Face bag. With these two I slept completely comfortable temperature-wise.

      I'm a side sleeper, but I slept comfortably with this pad. I'd wake up with a numb arm after an hour or two and have to switch sides, but that's to be expected with a sleeping pad. If you sleep on your back, you'll be golden.

      Its da bomb!!

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I love this thing! I am 5 foot 8 and I bought the regular and it is the perfect combination of not being too big and still having space to move around. It fits great in my marmot sleeping bag. It is super super easy to blow up and the air lock device is great and there is no air leak throughout the night so you wake up with a full pad still. I would recommend this to anyone especially for the price point!

      Beyond stoked

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I originally started out with the Therm-a-Rest Ridge Rest SOLite Sleeping Pad, and while that's still a solid pad, it's nothing compared to this guy. It's definitely like night and day and you'll realize why you spent the extra cash on this sleeping pad the first time you use it. Whether you sleep on your back, side, or facedown on your stomach, you'll be able to get comfortably situated in any position. So far I've used this pad 5-6 nights and have not had any issues with it deflating or loosing air at all. It's also pretty rad that it's self-inflating; can't beat that. All in all, I'm super impressed and have recommended it to all my friends. I actually keep the pad inflated and stored behind a couch at my house... It's so comfortable that my girlfriend prefers posting up on the pad for Netflix and chill instead of our couch.

      good but....

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

      i fell asleep easily the first night but by morning it was flat--seems it had a hole in it and was defective. my son got one as well and it worked fine for him, so for a first time camper it clearly did the job. i sent it back and a new one is on the way but the only problem is that i had to pay for the shipping to return a damaged product. makes no sense to me, but thats a different review.....

      My aging bones are now happier

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

      I gave my one inch thick pad to my kid. The foam on this is not as dense as older Therm-a-rest pads, but with the extra inch I can have it less inflated and still sleep on my side. Four stars only since not time tested yet, but so far happy with it.

      Works great.

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I haven't used it camping, but have used it indoors. It's really comfortable. I was surprised at how nice it was since it's relatively thin. Its great on a hard floor, and I almost prefer it to the bed. Easy to blow up, your cheeks won't hurt like they do after blowing up a beach/water toy.

      Welcome to my pad.

        The "Trail Pro" exhibits the expected pros and cons of a super-lightweight sleeping pad. The tapered shape does not offer much flexibility in terms of rolling around in your sleep, but I've got a fairly small frame, so the it works fine for me. The upside of this, of course, is a reduction in size and weight for those looking to shave ounces for the long haul. The material is majorly tough; it has weathered snow, mud, sweat and bong water without odor or stain, and shows no sign of wear after many nights on everything from gravel and granite to carpet and tent floor. The downside is that it's rather slippery, and it's not uncommon to wake up with this pad beside me instead of underneath me.

        My major complaint is that on really rough nights (January in Josh, for example) when I'm tossing and turning, the sucker usually bottoms out, leaving me to re-inflate the pad at least once in the middle of the night. Granted, I'm usually happy for something to do on insufferably sleepless nights like this, but it'd still be nice to have it keep air a bit more consistently.

        edit: I received a second one of these as a gift and it holds air WAY better. I am going to attempt to have the first one repaired (supposedly a lifetime warranty) and I will report on my experience here.

        I believe the roll size values are in cm...

        I believe the roll size values are in cm instead of inches. Rolled Size: [regular] 28 x 18 in, [long] 33 x 18 in. Do you confirm this?

        The R-Value advertised here is 4.8, but...

        The R-Value advertised here is 4.8, but on the package that the pad came in the R value is only rated at 4.0? What's the deal?

        The rolled size seems bigger then the...

        The rolled size seems bigger then the BaseCamp. Am I missing something?

        Unanswered Question

        What's the width at the foot? I sleep with...

        What's the width at the foot? I sleep with my pad inside my bag. I have a GoLite Adrenaline 0°. It has a pretty narrow footbox.

        Unanswered Question

        Is the TrailPro model being described and...

        Is the TrailPro model being described and sold here the new model that was updated by ThermaRest in 2011? What's the difference between the new model and the old one?

        I love my therma-a-rest trail pro sleeping...

        I love my therma-a-rest trail pro sleeping pad I've had it for about two months, but this past weekend I unrolled it blew it up and notice that there was a hole on the back side of the pad, what are my options? (I did try a patch kit but it's not holding)

        The roll size says "28x18". Seems odd for...

        The roll size says "28x18". Seems odd for a 20x72 pad. How does it roll to get that?