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    Pro4 Sleeping Pad

    Make sure you're well-rested for tomorrow's big trek with the help of the Therm-A-Rest Pro4 Sleeping Pad. A new variation of the ProLite4, this pad features an aggressive, re-rounded shape to cut out any excess material and increase warmth while maintaining the same weight. The tough polyester construction holds up against rough and dirty campgrounds, while the 3.2 R-value keeps you cozy on chillier nights. Plus, it's self-inflating for stress-free setup when you finally reach camp after a long day of hiking.

    • Comfortable, lightweight sleeping pad for easy resting outdoors
    • 75D polyester fabric withstands abuse in nature
    • Self-inflating design makes for easy set up
    • Item #CAS00BR

    Tech Specs

    Material
    75D polyester
    Style
    self-inflating
    Shape
    mummy
    Dimensions
    [regular] 20 x 72in, [large] 25 x 77in
    R-Value
    3.2
    Claimed Weight
    25oz
    Recommended Use
    camping
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

    California Proposition 65

    Warning:

    Cancer and Reproductive Harm - P65Warnings.ca.gov

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    I didn't find it durable at all :(

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

    I absolutely loved it at first..... for one night. Ever after that I've woken up on the ground and I can't seem to patch it despite several attempts.

    Its a great weight and compact design but I was extremely disappointed when I realized it leaked after I already had it in my pack for a week long backpacking trip that I spent sleeping on the ground. Other people say it 's tough and I'm definitely jealous of their success with it! There's a lot of cheaper light-weight sleeping alternatives but I chose this one because I thought it would be higher quality and withstand more use. Patches still leak, the company will patch up to 10 holes for $20 but I don't want to give them anymore money and have to ship it in after the aggravation it has caused me. Besides my bad luck with the inability to hold air, it really is amazing how it can be so thin yet you don't feel the ground

    Small, tough, super comfortable

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Just got back from a two week feild op, this thing made my life way more comfortable. Very durable, and comfortable for the size. Used it on some rugged terrain and it held up great.

    Small, tough, super comfortable

    Therm-a-Rest® Self-Inflating Mattresses

    Therm-a-Rest invented the self-inflating mattress in 1972. In the decades since, these mattresses have grown to include a broad range of models designed for a variety of activities. Whether you're a lightweight backpacker, a mountaineer or a car camper, there's a self-inflating mattress designed for you.

    Got the job done.

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

    Had my first experience using these this past week out in the Black Hills. My friends and I slept on them in about 50 degree weather on a lumpy, grassy mountain. I was very impressed with how well it held air, kept me warm, and didn't feel any of the sticks or rocks under me. My only complaints is they are very narrow. The regular size pad is about an inch narrower on each side and shorter than my mummy bag. The size was great for packing up in the kayaks, but for car camping I think a wider pad would be worth it.

    great product

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I've tried other solutions for this issue: sleeping comfortably on the ground. this was absolutely the best result I've ever had. slept very comfortably, even in very cold weather, didn't feel any cold ground, and especially retained the air for 3 consecutive nights.

    Bike Across America? Challenge Accepted

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

    I bought these as a going away present for my friends who are biking from NC to Seattle because they are light and pack down small. Nothing fancy at all about these, but that's exactly what they needed and they are so stoked!

    It was time

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    After patching up our pads a million times over, we decided it was worth it to buy some new pads. It is small and lightweight and does the trick. I wouldn't say these are anything spectacular , but they do the job. Good for short jaunts, but i probably wouldn't take it on a heavy duty backpacking trip.

    Just order the large, you deserve it

      Just got home from a backpacking trip in Colorado and this pad was wonderful. After hiking all day there's nothing better than laying down on a super comfy pad for a side sleeper and not having to wake up periodically throughout the night because you've rolled off your pad. Packs smaller than the stuff sack provided so make sure to get some straps or paracord to tie it snug with!

      Loved it!

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I bought this to replace my old hand-me-down 3/4 length pad that I've been using for years. I just took it on its first bikepacking trip and I am very pleased. It is lightweight, packed up pretty small, and is comfortable. It is a great value.

      Unanswered Question

      What is the weight and thickness of the Pro4 large size?
      There is only one weight stated and I assume that is for the regular size (25oz)

      Unanswered Question

      Prop 65: This product contains a chemical or substance known to the state of California to potentially cause reproductive harm.. Is it true?