Therm-a-Rest Trail Pro (2013) Self Inflatng Sleeping Pad

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Key Features

  • Available in two lengths
  • Lightweight fabrics and a streamlined shape reduce weight
  • Diagonal-cut foams bring added warmth by minimizing convective heat loss
  • Pressure mapping boosts comfort with targeted support and softness relative to the body's contours
  • Stuff sack included

Specifications

Recommended Use: 3-Season Camping and Backpacking
Item Weight: Regular: 2 lb 0 oz
Large: 2 lb 11 oz
Dimensions: Regular: 20" x 72" x 2.0"
Large: 25" x 77" x 2.0"
R-Value: 4.8
Type: Self Inflating Sleeping Pad
Packed Size: Regular: 11" x 7"
Large: 13" x 7"
Warranty: Lifetime

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Product Highlights

Combining lightweight construction, rugged durability and a comfortable 2 inch thickness, the Therm-a-Rest Trail Pro self-inflating mattress offers versatility for backpacking, camping or general travel.

Providing an R-value of 4.8, the Trail Pro's expandable foam core makes it suitable for year-round use. The easy-to-use self-inflating design allows you to simply unroll the pad and open the valve. The open-celled foam responds by soaking up air, similar to the way in which a sponge absorbs liquid. Once the Trail Pro has had time to inflate, you can adjust firmness by manually adding or releasing air before re-tightening the valve.

The Trail Pro self inflating sleeping pad utilizes diagonal-cut foam which brings added warmth by minimizing convective heat loss. Pressure mapping technology provides targeted support and softness in those areas where you need it most, the shoulders, hips and knees. Strategic foam die-cutting balances packed weight by reducing bulk in other areas.

The Therm-a-Rest Trail Pro sleeping pad is available in two sizes. The Regular size measures 20" x 72" and the Large is 25" x 77". A stuff sack (included) aids in packability and provides water-resistant protection.

Sizes available: Large, Regular

Therm-a-Rest part numbers: 05198, 05197

Product Reviews

Average Customer Rating:
Therm-a-Rest Trail Pro (2013) Self Inflatng Sleeping Pad

Average customer rating:
Number of reviews: 9

Individual Customer Reviews:

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  • Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer
    5/31/2014

    Likes: I love my therm-a-rest :-) it keeps me up off the cold hard ground (In my late 50's, I don't do hard sleeping surfaces). One of our cats got to my old one and had to buy new. There are others on the market (and one that would fit better in my new sleeping bag) but it would be like giving up an old friend to switch brands.

    Dislikes: Not a thing.

  • Mark K. Hudsonville MI
    12/12/2013

    Likes: Perfect for my 6'1" and 235 lbs self. Glad I bought the extra large for that reason. Rolls up very nicely in the morning.

    Dislikes: None

  • Mark K. Hudsonville MI
    12/12/2013

    Likes: Quite comfortable for a lightweight backpacking pad. Far more comfortable then the thin foam pads. I bought two. One large and one extra large.

    Dislikes: No complaints. I should have bought 2 extra large as its about 5 inches wider. That is my fault though and not a complaint.

  • . Morristown NJ
    7/14/2013

    Likes: Great price. fast shipping

    Dislikes: .

  • Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer
    12/3/2012

    Likes: Comfortable and lightweight

    Dislikes: Nothing yet

  • Michael K. Hudson WI
    10/28/2012

    Likes: I purchased the "regular" size sleep pad.
    I've been using a 3/4 size Therm-a-Rest pad for about ten years, loved it. Now that I'm in my fifties and the body lets me know this, at times, I need a little more support for a good night sleep. The value of being rested is tremendous before getting on the trail the next day.
    When receiving the new pad it is important to follow the instructions and allow a minimum of 24 hours for the pad to self-inflate prior to any use. After that your good to go.

    I've used the pad on two outings so far. Damp ground, 30 degree temps, and slept warm and comfy. Well worth the extra size and weight. Buy it! I'm glad I did. Small pack size and weight. Very happy

    Dislikes: Really nothing not to like about this pad. Therm-a-Rest has been making great quality sleep pads for years.
    I noticed that with this full length, a lot of air goes to the leg/foot section when in use. I guess that's to be expected with this size pad. I'm still experimenting to get the ideal pressure for me.

  • Kyle M. Tahlequah OK
    4/23/2012

    Likes: I am a very light sleeper, and with my back and knee problems, I am constantly having to change positions throughout the night. I'm also 6'0, 210 pounds. It didn't matter if I was on my back, my side, or even stomach at times, I stayed comfy all night long. GET THIS PAD!

    Dislikes: It's definitely not the lightest or smallest pad, but the durability and comfort level make this pad WELL WORTH IT.

  • Joseph P. Midland MI
    3/2/2012

    Likes: Comfortable and lightweight sleeping pad. Compresses and rolls up into a nice small size.

    Dislikes: I'm not sure if this was my fault or the manufacturer's but by the end of the day, after a long hike, my sleeping pad had a slow leak. It was mostly inflated before I went to sleep (my first use) and by morning it was flattened. Repair kits are easy to find and I guess I should not be too surprised. After all, it is an inflatable pad and these things happen.

  • Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer
    2/2/2012

    Likes: Haven't used it yet but seems well made.
    Backcountry edge is a great company.
    Awesome service!

    Dislikes: Nothing

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