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Therm-a-Rest Trail Scout Sleeping Pad - Irregular
Therm-a-RestTrail Scout Sleeping Pad - Irregular

Whether you're a first time camper or just looking to upgrade from a closed-cell foam pad, the Therm-A-Rest Trail Scout Sleeping Pad is for you. Best for light backpacking, car camping, and summer camps, this generous and supportive pad has a durable urethane top and bottom fabric, and a solid PU-foam core that self-inflates with the twist of a valve.

  • Urethane top and bottom fabric
  • Solid PU-foam core
  • Self-inflating
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Not a bad pad

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I'll start by saying I really enjoy sleeping on this pad. This pad does not compress down very small, and that would probably be its biggest downfall in my opinion. It doesn't compress down very small because it uses a solid foam core in addition to the fact that it inflates. I think this is what makes it so comfortable. It's not just an air mattress feel, but also has the give of foam. It does self inflate, but it needs some time. The pad should be stored flat like if you were going to use it and the valve open. This will make the self inflating feature work much better, because the foam core will be more adapted to having air inside it. Usually a few breathes will inflate it to its maximum capacity and then you can adjust how you like it.

Can't Beat the Price

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

Took it backpacking for 2 nights. It worked out great for summer camping. I wouldn't recommend sleeping on the bare ground as it isnt made of the more durable polyester material. But it was a champ on the trail. We'll see if it holds up long term.

Comfy and easy to inflate

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

So far so good. Easy to inflate and comfy to sleep on! have used it for car camping so far

Good but not very tough

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Im 6'3" and bought the small so that it covers my shoulders to my knees. The length is right, i use my backpack near my feet and a pillow for my head, so i didnt need the extra length. Anyways, its pretty comfy even sleeping on your side. The biggest issue? The material, its pretty cheap. Its prone to punctures so you have to be super careful with it. For the price though, you cannot beat it.