Learn about the differences between self-inflating and non-self-inflating Therm-A-Rest sleeping pads with this video.
Equipped with a 2.5" thick foam base, an easy-to-use self-inflating design and a warm R-value of 5.4, the Therm-a-Rest Camper Deluxe is an affordable, comfortable option for year-round camping.
Balancing weight and comfort, the open-cell foam interior of the Camper Deluxe employs strategic die-cutting to provide supportive cushioning where it's needed most while shaving weight by reducing bulk in lower-pressure areas.
A self-inflating design allows you to simply unroll the Camper Deluxe and open the integrated air valve. The pad's foam responds by soaking up air, similar to a sponge absorbing liquid. Once the Camper Deluxe has inflated, you can achieve the full 2.5" thickness by adding a few puffs of air or fine-tune the density by pressing down lightly on the pad to release air.
The Therm-a-Rest Camper Deluxe is available in Regular (20" x 72" x 2.5") and Large (2.5" x 77" x 2.5") sizes. A stuff sack is included.
- Self-inflating foam construction
- Comfort mapping technology reduces pressure points and increases comfort
- Textured surface reduces slips and durable bottom material resists punctures
- R-value of 5.4
- Stuff sack included
Recommended Use Year-Round Camping Warranty Lifetime Type Self-Inflating Sleeping Pad R-Value 5.4 Other Stuff Sack Included Item Weight Regular: 2 lb 10 oz
Large: 3 lb 8 oz
Dimensions Regular: 20" x 72" x 2.5"
Large: 25" x 77" x 2.5"
- very narrow for a big bodied guy but pretty comfortable
Likes: light. fairly easy to deflate
Likes: great pad
Dislikes: is a little heavy
Likes: I like the extra width and thickness of the camper deluxe, I have the smaller backpacking T-A-R that I have used for about 9 years and it's still like new, but don't do as much backpack camping these days so the wider & thicker pad add's more R-rating & comfort for fall and winter camping.
Dislikes: Great product, just wish I bought one years ago !
Likes: Should have spent the extra money years ago. Couldn't believe the comfort. This pad may be a little heavy for backpacking but if you have the strength or can live without something else in your pack, it's worth it. Good quality materials and put together really well. Great minimalist car camping pad too! May just retire the old ridgerest.
Dislikes: Nothing yet.