Therm-a-Rest ProLite Plus Sleeping Padis rated4.1935out of5by31.
Rated5out of5byKCOAGfrom4 years and good as newEasy to inflate/pack-up and very comfortable and does its job. I've used it on boulders and just laid on soaking up rays all day with no issues. The extra weight is worth it! I ordered a NeoAir XLite last year because of the weight, however the material was so ultra thin there is no way it would hold up for more than a few trips. I sent it back.
Date published: 2014-04-04
Rated4out of5byGrendelfromA Great ProductI've used this pad four times before reviewing it and I am very satisfied with the comfort to wieght ratio. It is incredibly easy to inflate and compresses down to fit back into its stuff sack nicely.
Date published: 2014-02-22
Rated3out of5byGeekyefromToo smallAlthough this product is made with quality, I found it uncomfortable. I am a petite person (5'1"), but found that when the mat did not go down to my feet (which it doesn't because it is only half size) it is not comfortable. Otherwise, it is well made and I was sad to have to return it.
Date published: 2014-01-23
Rated3out of5bypoweredtoastmanfromNot self inflatingI took it on a 3 day hike at Cumberland Gap the first night it didn't have enough air and i slept on hard ground the next night i blew to much air into it and it was hard as a rock if i can get it adjusted right i could get a good nights rest.
Date published: 2013-11-15
Rated4out of5byhunterhughesfromInflated in 4 puffs!I bought this for my 2 1/2 year old son to go inside his Mountain Goat sleeping bag on a recent car camping trip. He loved it. If I put the bag over the pad he moved around too much and would end up off of the pad. I tried it because I was thinking that the small size and bankability would make it a good backpacking option. It also inflated in about 4 breaths. However, I decided that I would prefer something with more padding/ cushion and I am going to stick with my medium exped UL 7. I had the large ul7 but downsized to the medium because after a long day, inflating the large seemed to take a while and made me light headed. Also, the medium fits better inside my bag. I understand that your bag goes on top of the pad. I a paranoid about punctures and putting the pad on the inside eliminates slipping off of it.
Date published: 2013-11-14
Rated5out of5byWEAZ1fromGreat pad, Modest price....Great pad and not to pricey. Packs up nice and small and inflates nicely. I'm not saying you unpack it and it springs out ready to sleep on, but with a few puffs its ready to go. Slept on snow in 20* temps with a 7* bag and was to hot to keep it zipped up. Back stayed warm. If you roll it up in the store and buy a smaller stuff sack you can get it vary small.
Date published: 2013-10-30
Rated4out of5byCam the ScoutmasterfromSo far so goodI got tired of my $5 air mattresses deflating on me so decided to splurge. Surprised to see this thinner mattress was equally comfortable. It appears the problem of fitting the mattress into the bag has been resolved. I had no problem.
Date published: 2013-10-29
Rated4out of5byBrian from Poulsbofromprovides a compfortable sleeping surfaceUsed this pad on a 6-day fifty mile hike in the Olympic mountains with weather at night in the forties. The pad packed nice allowing room for other esentials, nice insulation and comfortable. A nice change from my 15 year old original therma-rest.
Date published: 2013-10-03
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Therm-a-Rest ProLite Plus Sleeping Pad Customer Reviews