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Settle in for a good night's sleep.
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.
- Easy-to-use sleeping pad for four-season backpacking
- Updated design reduces weight and increases warmth
- Self-inflating design for easy packing and unpacking
- Included stuff sack for convenient camping
- Item #CAS00AZ
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
This pad is comfortable to lay on and it is relatively light weight. But, I got it in the regular size and was disappointed to find that the actual insulated portion of the pad is only about 16 inches wide. There is an uninsulated 2 inch wide air baffle around the pad to get the 20 inch total width. The pad also makes more crinkling noise than I care for when I move or roll over. I have a Pro Plus in the small size that I really like for summer backpacking and kayaking. I got the Trail Pro in the regular size for cold weather camping. I am returning it and will look at other options.
I've slept around.
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I got my very first Therm-A-Rest mattress in 1980. With my recent purchase of the Trail Scout Sleeping Pad, this makes five different Therm-A-Rests pads in my collection, and they all still work. I backpacked and Eurailed through Europe with a four-foot Ultralight Therm-A-Rest, and have snow-camped and toured on a motorcycle across the country with the luxurious Camp Rest. My Trail Scout is the perfect compromise between light weight and comfort. After 37 years, I've experienced three leaks, and they were all easily repaired. The best move is to roll up and deflate the pad, put some rubber cement on the leak, and allow the pad to try to inflate itself, which has it sucking in the rubber cement.
Great Night's Sleep!
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
This is a legit self inflating pad and was a huge upgrade from my Alps one that was my first sleeping pad. The mummy shape and raised edges kept me on top of it both nights. Very easy to inflate and deflate as well. My only complaint is the same as Andrew with the pack size. Not a problem for car camping but would be a little bigger than a preferred for backpacking.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
After a few nights sleep on this pad I realized just how well I was sleeping. It feels almost as comfortable as my bed at home. Having a little bit of extra air around the sides of the pad really made a huge difference in terms of the weight and comfortability. I am excited to take this thing winter camping too, with such a high R value I am sure this pad will be great in the snow as well. I am happy that thermarest finally put some new innovations into the traditional inflatable foam camping pad, it really shows in this pad. I would recommend the long for anyone over six feet tall as I was hanging over the edges in the regular. The only suggestion I could make on improving this pad would be the packed size. Great product!
light and comfortable
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Great reliable pad. fills up mostly on it's own with only a few breaths needed to top it off. Easy to get back in its stuff sack. Comfortable, with the edge that keeps you more in place through the evening. The wide option is a little to wide when rolled for backpacking.
As a full-time resident of my car, I sleep on this thing every night. And I love it! I have the wide version, and it's really nice being able to lay arms at my side without them dropping 2-3 inches outside the edges of the pad, something I've been annoyed by with other pads. This pad is comfortable, provides good insulation, and packs down to a decent size for backpacking. The surface is a little slick, and if you're sleeping on any kind of an incline you're probably going to struggle to stay on top of it. Otherwise, I can't think of a single thing I don't like about it! All the pads I've ever owned have been Therma-rests, and I've always been very pleased with their products.