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Therm-a-Rest Prolite Sleeping Pad

Weight230 g
Thickness25 mm
Women SpecificNo

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Therm-a-Rest Prolite Sleeping Pad
4.5 out of 5 based on 9 user reviews.

Cred: 1088
Review by dvalente on Apr. 28, 2011
Self-inflating pads are the way to go if you're lazy, and sometime's I'm feeling really lazy.
Comfortable for the thickness.
A little heavy, but you've got to spend a little more $ for a lighter pad that's this comfortable.
The new prolite 4, neoair, or Exped synmat UL 7 or synmat basic UL pads. The last 4 are not self inflating, but Exped makes some nice extras like a pillow that doubles as a pump, and compression sack attachments that allow them to become pumps so you at least don't have to blow them up with your mouth.
The synmat UL basic is comparably priced to the prolite, the others are all more money.

Cred: 14
Review by fishgrrl on Feb. 16, 2011
Packs super small, Durable, I've used this Thermarest for 4 years or so and I haven't had any problems!! During the summer I use it 4 nights a week.
The only negative is that I have to blow it up with my mouth. This is probably because I don't always store it unfolded, but I use it so frequently that it makes more sense to keep it packed. I realize that blowing a Thermarest up with your mouth is one of the worst things you can do for them, but I can't figure out an alternative.
When I'm going to be sleeping in a Lean-To, I bring a closed-cell foam pad to place under my Therm-a-Rest to protect it.

Cred: 24
Review by dls458 on Mar. 02, 2011
Great lightweigt pad. Kept me warm during a winter camping trip to Mt. Washington, where I was sleeping on snow in -10F temps. It compresses to almost nothing, and when its inflated, is perfect size for me to lay down on (I'm 6'1").
I can lay on it, but forget about moving, or I'll roll off of it. It also takes a few inflation cycles to get the auto-inflate to work efficiently, so make sure you do that at home first.

Cred: 264
Review by myname on Apr. 04, 2012
Packs very small, comfortable, warm. Self-inflating is pretty nice. Best pad I've used.
ProLite Plus if you need/want extra padding.

Cred: 370
Review by Ocoee123 on Jul. 30, 2011
My favorite pad. Very light, only weighs about a pound. Rolls up small and packs easy.
I don't recommend it for camping in the middle of winter

Cred: 14
Review by Renoldan on Feb. 12, 2011
Very small & compact for the inflating pads I could find. Has yet to spring a leak and have used it moderately.
You have to buy the storage bag separately.

Cred: 11
Review by GearHappy on Aug. 01, 2011
I love how small the Therarest prolite sleeping pad rolls up, and it is supper comfortable.

Cred: 12
Review by trikatykid on Feb. 22, 2012
Great cushioning, fills up quickly, adds warmth to sleeping, packs easily & very small!

Cred: 1
Review by test9999 on Mar. 26, 2012
good stuff
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