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Therm-a-Rest Trail Pro Sleeping Pad - Women's

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    Tech Specs

    polyester, nylon
    streamlined rectangular
    20 x 66 in
    Stuff Sack:
    Packed Size:
    28 x 18 in
    Claimed Weight:
    1 lb 15 oz
    Recommended Use:
    camping, backpacking, travel
    Manufacturer Warranty:

    You never would have thought sleeping on the ground could be so comfortable.

    The redesigned Therm-a-Rest Women's Trail Pro Sleeping Pad still puts two inches of padding between you and the ground, but now includes diagonal-cut foams for extra warmth. In addition to limiting convective heat loss, your comfort is increased thanks to body-mapping that targets support and cushioning for those parts of you that need a little more protection from the cold, hard ground. This do-everything pad packs easily, whether you're carrying your pack into the backcountry or around the world.

    • Inflatable sleeping pad for four-season comfort
    • R-value of 4.8 ideal for cold sleepers
    • Unique die-cut pattern offers enhanced warmth
    • Lightweight foam saves room in your pack

    Not to shabby

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

    Comfort without the heavy load. Strap on and go knowing that I'm gonna be sleeping well at night.

    The coziest car camping pad!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This pad is excellent! My partner and I are indefinitely on the road/car camping and I wanted a pad I could count on to take a beating as my bed the next few months, and still fit my budget for the cush and R value I was looking for. If you remember to toss it in the tent and go set up the rest of camp then just let it do it's thing a while, the foam makes the self inflating pretty nice. I had wondered about the sizing and worried a women's cut might be smaller than ideal, but I"m 5'7" and this is plenty roomy for me.

    I will say it's definitely not the smallest or lightest sleeping pad, and I can't say I'm stoked to use it for backpacking after packing down my partners Kylmit StaticV every time we move on. Knowing usually I just have to make it fit the gear box in the trunk and how much cozier I am for long term use is worth it. If you're not counting ounces and pack space, the trail pro is a safe bet.

    Great size for a tween

      I bought this for my 11 year old for his Big Agnes Haybro bag. It's a perfect fit and I'm partial to Thermarest as I've had one for 20 years that is still warm and comfortable (Hint: store inflated with the valve open). But I did have to scratch out the word "Women's" on the pad with a Sharpie so he wouldn't gender-reject...

      Therm-a-Rest Trail Pro Sleeping Pad

        Best night sleep

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        This pad was given to me as a gift three years ago. Thank goodness! Previously I was sleeping on a Z-Lite in order to save weight; (per my ex's obsession with cutting oz when backpacking). The Trail Pro has since made my backpacking/camping experiences so much better as I actually sleep now and it?s so comfortable. It also provides extra warmth on colder nights. The self inflate needs a little assistance, but not much. I usually blow it up for about 2 seconds and its good to go! My dogs have trampled all over this pad, unintentionally, but the fabric seems to be durable since it has yet to pop or rip a hole from their nails.

        My only complain is that my pad didn't come with a stuff sack which at times can be annoying because it can be cumbersome.