The Therm-a-Rest RidgeRest Classic is a lightweight closed-cell foam sleeping pad. Molded ridges increase comfort and subsequent indentations trap the heat of your body to achieve an R-value of 2.6. The lightweight construction makes the RidgeRest Classic suitable for climbing, mountaineering and 3-season backpacking and the durable construction makes it ideal for desert camping where prickly plants can puncture inflatable mattresses. The RidgeRest Classic is also a great option for use beneath another pad (sold separately) to provide additional warmth in cold or snow.
The Therm-a-Rest RidgeRest Classic is available in Small (20" x 47" x 0.625"), Regular (20" x 72" x 0.625"), and Large (25" x 76" x 0.625") sizes.
- Closed-cell foam construction
- "Valleys" trap air for increased warmth
- Soft peaks provide comfort and support
- R-value of 2.6
Best Use Backpacking, Camping Warranty Lifetime Type Closed-Cell Foam Sleeping Pad R-Value 2.6 Item Weight Small: 9 oz
Regular: 15 oz
Large: 20 oz
Dimensions Small: 20" x 47" x 0.625"
Regular: 20" x 72" x 0.625"
Large: 25" x 76" x 0.625"
Real Customer Reviews
Likes: Lightweight and durable. Easy to fix if damaged.
Dislikes: Bulky and not the most comfortable pad around. However, for the price, it gets the job done.
Likes: Great basic sleeping pad at a good price.
Likes: Solid pad. Gets the job done.
Dislikes: Pretty large... does not compact well.
Likes: Just enough padding to take smooth out the ground of embedded sticks.
Likes: Good insulation on frozen ground and it seems to be very durable and lightweight.
Dislikes: It takes up a lot of space in or on the pack. Very bulky.
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