The Therm-A-Rest Trail Scout Sleeping Pad is the perfect choice for first-time campers and those looking to upgrade from closed cell foam pads. Made for light backpacking, car camping, summer camps and adding essential warmth to cots, the Trail Scout mattress will fit any of your needs. A streamlined shape keeps the weight and size down while a generous 3 cm foam core, extremely light weight at only 1 lbs 8oz, and supple exterior molds to your contours for a great night’s rest. Also very compactable into it's own stuff sack, the Therm-A-Rest Trail Scout is easily packed away for easy travel. When you need a good night's sleep in order to keep your energy up, Therm-A-Rest mattresses are the best choice for comfort and warmth.
FEATURES of the Therm-A-Rest Trail Scout Sleeping Pad
The ideal choice for first time campers and those looking to upgrade from closed-cell foam, the Trail Scout mattress provides additional warmth and comfort
It has a weight-saving, streamlined shape that makes it easy to pack
Stuff sack included
SPECIFICATIONS of the Therm-A-Rest Trail Scout Sleeping Pad
Thickness: 1.25" / 3 cm
Fabric: Urethane / Urethane
The SPECS for Small
Dimension: 20 x 47" / 119 x 51 cm
Compressed Dimension: 11 x 4.6" / 28 x 12 cm
Weight: 15 oz / 430 g
The SPECS for Medium
Dimension: 20 x 66" / 168 x 51 cm
Compressed Dimension: 11 x 5.4" / 28 x 14 cm
Weight: 1 lb 6 oz / 620 g
The SPECS for Regular
Dimension: 20 x 72" / 183 x 51 cm
Compressed Dimension: 11 x 5.6" / 28 x 14 cm
Weight: 1 lb 8 oz / 680 g
The SPECS for Large
Dimension: 25 x 77" / 196 x 63 cm
Compressed Dimension: 13 x 5.7" / 33 x 14 cm
Weight: 2 lbs / 910 g
Rated 4 out of
A Lot of Cushion for a Little DoughI found out about this sleeping pad on Backpacker.com.They recommended it because it's a great buy. I went with the Small size to save weight and money, hoping it would still be comfortable. I'm 5'10" and it fits me very well...cushy comfort from my shoulders to my shins. I really couldn't feel the ground beneath me. I like the color too! Very true to the photo. The material is the only thing I'm a little iffy about. It seems thinner and less durable than their older, heavier model. But I'm sure their younger, thinner model has been tested and approved. Get you one!
Date published: 2013-04-16
Rated 2 out of
I'd Invest in a Better One...This pad is acceptable if you simply can't afford anything else, but, as far as comfort goes, this pad is very lacking. As a side-sleeper, whenever I've used this pad, my hips hurt all night and I haven't slept very well. Also, it doesn't pack down very small. Rolled up, this pad is almost as big as my sleeping bag, which leaves little room for the rest of my gear in a 50 liter pack. I'd invest in a more compact, more comfortable pad if I could afford it.
Date published: 2012-10-03
Rated 4 out of
Affordable QualityThis sleeping pad is not very thick, but does the job well. It requires a bit more puffs into the valve than with other Thermarests I've owned. It's pretty lightweight for the price, and the material has a nice tack to it that is just sticky enough to keep the pad from sliding all over the place throughout the night, but not too much that it collects dirt. Overall, a very good value for what it is. Hard to beat the weight for the price.
Date published: 2013-07-08
Rated 4 out of
great pad for the priceFor 50 bucks, you can't beat the value of this sleeping pad. It's packs down to a decent size which is a great for backpacking. While there are more comfortable sleeping pads out there, none of them are nearly as affordable as this one. I definitely recommend it.