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The Therm-a-Rest ProLite Mattress is a sleeping mattress that won't weigh down your hiking pack. The Atmos™ foam pad comes in four sizes, ranging from 36 inches to a whopping 77 inches (in length). The fabric on the outside is a strong 50D mini hex rip polyester, built to take on the rigors of backpacking yet soft enough to the touch. The mattress inflates itself once you lay it out and open the air valve, creating a 2.4 R-value and a 1 inch thickness that keeps your body off the cold ground. Just add a few breaths of air to the pad for firmness before snuggling into your tent. When you wake in the morning, release the air, fold and roll 'er up and jam it right into the included stuff sack. Easy peasy, right into your pack!
FEATURES of the Therm-a-Rest ProLite Mattress
The lightest self-inflating mattress available
Diagonal-cut channels in the foam reduce bulk and retain heat better than straight-cut foam
Ultralight, diagonal-cut Atmos Foam and a tapered shape keep the ProLite mattress extremely pack friendly
Expanding foam core self-inflates; top off with just a few breaths for personalized firmness
Rated 4 out of
Quality ProductUsing the Large version (196x63cm with no issues although I am 50lbs lighter than the other 6'5" reviewer.
At 660gm it is a decent compromise of cost vs weight vs pack size vs R-value. Fits nicely inside my Rab Ridge Raider hooped bivi. Also fits in the Thermarest seat-adaptor to make an agreeable chair.
An inflatable such as a Neo-air or an Exped Ultralite would be lighter, pack smaller, and insulate a little better but you're shafted if they puncture and they need more inflating that a couple of puffs through the valve. Also at 7-9cm depth they aren't always first choice for bivvying as sleeping bag loft may be compromised.
Date published: 2015-03-22
Rated 5 out of
Awesome Product, Stellar ServiceMy son got this for his birthday and after one use it developed a manufacturer defect. He went online, filled out the claim form, followed the instructions and had a replacement in under 2 weeks. No hassles, no finger pointing: just quick and efficient service. Our family has been using your products for years and we've always been happy with the quality, and I'm glad when we finally needed it your support lived up to your product. Thanks!
Date published: 2015-08-26
Rated 4 out of
Great size, weight and comfortPurchased for a week of wild camping in the Highlands, so good I snuck a weekend in the Lake District into my break. Great size and weight for trekking as well as warm on the cold, wet Scottish ground. This mat inflates quickly while the ability to adjust the firmness suits my large frame well.
Date published: 2015-09-30
Rated 4 out of
Durable, Stable, Doesn't Break the Bank!Self-inflating is very good compared to other brands, but still needs a few breaths to fill it up full. Durable has been taken through tough Scottish and Colorado winter and summer conditions, and has only given out on my last trip as it has started to deflate, After 4 Years. Not as warm or as comfortable as the Neo Air X therm, but a lot less noisy!
Light weight, comfortable and Packs relatively small, And Wont break the Bank! Overall excellent pad for long trips where durability is
Date published: 2016-08-10
Rated 2 out of
Not enough supportI bought 2 of these pads for tripping this summer. Although its better then nothing I still could feel the ground with my hips. I am only 150 lbs and my partner, she is 120lbs. I had both of the styles, men and womans.
I have 9 thermorest pads at this time and my old metal valve 3/4 hiker is more supportive.
I love thermorest pads in general and have also several other brands that I have tried. Nothing to me was better then Thermorest.
But I won't use the Prolites anymore after one trip. I am sure the thicker ones would be fine though but went back to my older ones.
Date published: 2016-10-17
Rated 5 out of
Packs so small!A relative bought this for me as a college graduation present since I was about to leave to paddle the Northern Forest Canoe Trail and after that I came back and hiked Vermont's Long Trail. This works great! It packs down so small that I am able to fit it into my pack and still have lots of space and light so it really doesn't add hardly anything to the pack weight.
Before this I was sleeping one of those blue foam pads which are awful and really would not have worked for long trips. I basically tested this pad for 10 weeks last summer and it was like having an air mattress that I could take with me because it actually keeps you an inch or two off the ground. It got wet/damp a few times but dried out nicely.
It is a bit narrow and if you roll around a lot you might roll off but I didn't really have much issue with it. Overall it was great to have!
Date published: 2015-09-02
Rated 4 out of
Light weightI've used this pad on multiple outings. Great for backpacking. Packs up small and weighs nearly nothing. It's no base camp, but when you're trying to shed weight this is a great pad to have. Very durable.
Date published: 2015-07-08
Rated 3 out of
Great for packing not great for sleepingThis is a great product for those looking to save weight and space when packing for hiking or bicycle touring. However for those of us that shouldn't give up weight for comfort, 6'5" 250lbs, it's rather unbearable when camping on the ground. Tried a Trail Pro Thermarest the store and it was way more comfortable even when laying on my side. If your light weight and need to carry less it's great and good quality but it was nit right for me or my wife.