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The Therm-a-Rest RidgeRest Classic Sleeping Pad is a closed-cell foam sleeping pad for camping and backpacking. The RidgeRest Classic is a throwback to the original Therm-A-Rest, ready to be loved for years to come. The closed-cell foam offers basic comfort, with an R-Value of 2.6 to get your body off the cold ground. The 14 ounces of the size regular won't weigh your pack down and it's super durable, so you don't have to worry about punctures from rocks or tree branches. Roll up this classic and get on the trail without the fuss.
FEATURES of the Therm-a-Rest RidgeRest Classic Sleeping Pad
A revival of the original Therm-A-Rest RidgeRest Classic
Virtually indestructible construction, using Therm-A-Rest's most durable foam
Incredibly lightweight and easy to carry anywhere
Unique design of supportive peaks and heat-trapping valleys provide awesome comfort
An ideal sleeping pad for hikers and campers on a budget and looking for basic comfort
Part of Therm-A-Rest's Camp & Comfort Series of sleeping pads
Rated 4 out of
Good for the priceI haven't had the chance to use this yet, but from trying it out on the hard floor I can tell it will be better than sleeping with just a sleeping bag. For the price you can't go wrong.
The only reason I rated it 4 stars instead of 5 is because it is fairly bulky when rolled up. Not sure how they could fix this though. You can see in my pic how it looks strapped to my pack. I will say it is really light so carrying it will be no issue.
Overall I would purchase this again.
Date published: 2016-03-17
Rated 4 out of
Good Basic Sleeping PadThis is a great sleeping pad with no frills. It's slightly more expensive than the ubiquitous, dirt-cheap blue foam pads, but much warmer. (Really, I've never seen one of those blue pads rated). The ridges do seem to allow more warmth (via trapping air) than flat-top pads that I've had. It does consume much more space than a inflatable and is less cushy, but you don't have to worry about it going flat (and, let's face it: it's much cheaper). For the weight and money, this is the best! If you really need something thicker, consider an inflatable - although, honestly, I'd just recommend getting two of these!
Date published: 2014-10-19
Rated 3 out of
Spend your money on something more expensiveFood, sex and air are important. So is sleep. So don't spend $20 on a mattress and think you're going to be happy. I like a firm bed, so I thought I'd be happy with the Therm-A-Rest sleeping pad....and I was...in my house....on a carpet. But on the Appalachian Trail, on rocks and sticks...uh.uh. Spend the money and buy yourself something like a NEMO that has the inflation device built into the pad. BTW -- it's not Moosejaw's fault that I was an idiot when I bought the bulky, hard to tote, takes up 3/4 of your backpack sleeping pad. Moosejaw is great!!
Date published: 2015-06-16
Rated 5 out of
A Trusty ClassicMy Ridgerest has held up through the years and is lightweight and easy to pack! Whether your going hiking or backyard camping, this extremely low maintenance sleeping pad is a great addition to your camping gear. With this pad, you don't have to worry giving it a little abuse in the trail because you know it will hold up to whatever is thrown its way. I have used this pad in a number of different situations, such as a dry place to sit when the ground is wet, under my sleeping bag in a tent, and under a sleeping bag in a hammock and it has exceeded my expectations for performance in every situation. This pad has always cut the chill of cold ground or air beneath me. I highly recommend this product for anyone who wants a no-hassle, trustworthy sleeping pad.
Date published: 2015-02-16
Rated 3 out of
Good Product, Not For MeI was loaned this pad for a three night trip. It was lightweight. It rolled up nice. I loved that it didn't need air. It kept me off the floor, evened out the bumps, and protected me from the cool of the ground. I was loving it.
And then I rolled over onto my side to go to sleep. It was three nights of rolling over every half hour and finding new ways of sleeping on my side to keep off my hips as much as possible. I was sore for nearly two weeks after the trip to the point I even had trouble sleeping on my pillow top at home.
If you're a dedicated side-sleeper, stay as far away from this pad as you can. If you sleep on your back (or can put up with sleeping on your back for a few nights), it's probably a great sleeping pad. I'm just not the person to tell you so.
Date published: 2016-05-12
Rated 5 out of
Solid padWe've used Thermarest ccf pads under our inflatable mats for all of our cold weather trips. They keep us warmer by adding more rvalue. They also protect my inflatable pad, and my knees when I kneel down in the tent. They easily roll up and strap to our packs. They make pretty great sit pads when taking a break along the trail as well. We recently picked up another one for a friend who will be joining us on an early spring trip with cold temps this year. Can't wait to give it to them. Good price for the quality.
Date published: 2016-01-07
Rated 5 out of
BasicI have used a ridge rest for many years of backpacking. It has always kept me warm and fairly comfortable. As I get older, and my back gets worse, it is more important to "contour" the ground with a hole for my butt. It is a long night if I don't get it right. Also, I have a large pack and put everything inside the bag, so nothing can drop off during a bushwack. The pad makes a cylinder on the inside of the bag, and everything goes inside it. Protects the pack material from sharp objects also.
Date published: 2014-10-09
Rated 5 out of
Literally Indestructible (within reason)I've owned this pad for two years and have never had a single problem whatsoever, yeah it's thin and bulky, but super light. Of course, I knew what I was buying and didn't mind attaching it to the outside of my pack! Very cheap in price and is always great to have as a backup, especially since my self-inflatable pad just kinda died on me, no idea what is wrong with that one so I will be sending it back for what I hope is a repair. The RidgeRest is great, definitely good to have in my case.