– Oxnard CA
Likes: Very comfortable! The price was excellent. Also very quick and easy to inflate to desired firmness.
Dislikes: It is a bit large when packed, bigger than my summer sleeping bag.
– Worthington OH
Likes: Self inflates in just a few minutes and (just like the video!) only takes a few additional puffs of air to fully inflate. Sleeping bag stayed put all night. Slept very well considering I was on a hard wood floor of an old cabin at scout camp! Compacts to a small size in its stuff sack.
Dislikes: Being a tad wider in the shoulder area would have been nice.
– Boise ID
Likes: Therm-a-Rest is a King when it comes to sleep related gear or accessories. Pretty impressed with the quality and workmanship of the Trail Scout, has worked flawlessly over the last 5-6 months. The self inflating does work fine, there are times when the valve gets closed while trying to move the pad around in tent. Just double check to leave the valve open before leaving the tent, so that Trail Scout can do its job of inflating air while you are out hiking/having dinner :-)
Dislikes: The quality of stuff bag could have been better. Its way oversized for the Trail Scout and the drawstrings are off too poor quality. Trail Scout deserves a much better bag!
Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer
Likes: I like the stuff sack and how the pad packs small, The color is cool to.
Dislikes: don't like how you are suppose to leave unfolded when not using
– Hendersonville NC
Likes: Packs Small, Excellent Price
– Nassau NY
Likes: This new version of ThermaRest refines the needs of a backpacker even more - enough thickness to get a good night's sleep while being light-weight and foldable to fit into a small tote bag.
Dislikes: Nothing - even the price was right!
– Valrico FL
Likes: I was down to getting either the Thermarest Trail Scout or the Thermarest Trail Lite which costs about twice as much. I chose the Trail Scout because of the specs. Firstly, the Trail Scout is warmer with an R-value of 3.7. The Trail Lite has an R-value of 3.4. This meant quite a bit to me because I'll probably be using this in cooler weather. Secondly, The Trail Scout is 4 ounces lighter than the Trail Lite model. Really the only positive thing I saw in the specs of the Trail Lite is that it's 1/4 inch thicker which I feel is minimal. I haven't used my Trail Scout on any camping trips yet, but I've laid down on it and it's extremely comfy.
Dislikes: I wouldn't mind if it were a few ounces lighter, but it's not bad. It packs down to a fairly good size too!
– Sioux Falls SD
Likes: I like how small it packs how it inflates by itself. Another plus to it is that it came a stuff sack and it packs into it very easily. I haven't been out camping with it yet but I have laid on it and it seems comfy and it feels like it won't slide around.
Dislikes: I don't like how you are suppose to leave unfolded when you aren't using it. They explain it because it is memory foam and if you leave it stuffed then it will try to go to its known position. So I just leave it unpacked and put it underneath my bed.