The Therm-a-Rest Women's ProLite Plus Mattress is a self-inflating camp mattress for spending nights on the trail. The Atmos™ Foam allows the mattress to be lightweight and compress down small, to a packed dimension of 11"x4.8" in the included stuff sack. The 1.5" thick pad has an R-value of 4.2 to keep female hikers and even just smaller hikers or cold-sleepers warm through the night. The durable 50D polyester underneath helps protect against rocks, sticks and pine cones while the 50D mini hex rip polyester is just as durable with a touch of softness. Lay out your pad, open the air valve, and go about setting up the rest of camp or prepping dinner. The die-cut foam will inflate the pad most of the way, so your bed for the night is just about ready for sleeping by the time you return.
FEATURES of the Therm-a-Rest Women's ProLite Plus Mattress
Exclusive Atmos Foam reduces weight by nearly 10%
Thick, patent-pending diagonal-cut foam offers efficient year-round comfort, with added insulation for cold sleepers
Atmos foam boosts compressibility for easy packing
Expanding foam core self-inflates; top off with just a few breaths for personalized firmness
Stuff sack included
Packed Dimensions (Regular):
4.8 x 11 in.
We only ship this brand to US Addresses.
Atmos Urethane Foam
Insulated, Self-inflating, Ultralight, Stuff Sack Included
Sleeping Pad Shape:
Sleeping Pad Thickness:
Sleeping Pad Dimensions:
20 x 66 in.
Rated 5 out of
Perfect size, perfect insulation!I've used this mattress on several occasions as well as trekking in the Pyrenees, the Alps and Scandinavia as in the high camps of Makalu. It's just long enough for my 170cm, warm enough to have a good sleep and light enough to carry it anywhere!
Date published: 2015-07-20
Rated 4 out of
Great mattress!I'm a Peace Corps volunteer serving in Burkina Faso, West Africa. I sleep on this mattress every night. It's very comfortable. My own only wish is that it were longer. I'm short to begin with (5'2) but when I use a pillow with this mattress my feet hang off the end.
Date published: 2015-08-20
Rated 5 out of
Two Wheeled Nomad from
This thing has revolutionised campingWhen people reveal that they don’t like camping, I’m always intrigued to ask why. Invariably, I’m told that their lack of canvas-love primarily comes down to the cold, wet weather or an uncomfortable night’s sleep. Admittedly, torrential downpours wouldn’t necessarily be my preferred choice when sleeping outdoors, but achieve around eight undisturbed, cozy hours in your ‘Dome Sweet Dome’ and you can pretty much face anything the next day.
Although you can hardly blame folks when they grimace at the thought of those paper-thin, yoga-style roll mats, which might be ideal for assuming the downward-facing dog position, but are simply unable to adequately insulate the body, let alone accommodate it with any lasting comfort throughout the dark wee hours. Forget the morning dynamic stretching, waking up chilled and to a spine that’s in bits the following morning is unappealing to the back and beyond. Thanks to Therm-a-Rest’s 40 years of innovation in outdoor comfort, their Research and Development team has evolved a sleeping mattress that will conveniently take care of your needs while slumbering soundly the whole night through.
Identical in its redesign, weight, pack-size, material, thickness and width as the ProLite Plus—bar the colour—the women’s ProLite Plus mattress outwardly looks the same as the regular ProLite Plus equivalent. The only variables, other than the cayenne exterior, comprise a standard length of 5-foot 5-inches and its supreme insulation against the slow transfer of heat—measured in R-values.
Due to a special pattern incorporated in Therm-a-Rest’s selective density diagonal-cut foam, the women’s ProLite Plus pad comes in at a whopping 4.2 R-value, which compared to the ProLite Plus at 3.4, really does make the mattress the hot choice for anyone with a tendency to feel the cold when temperatures drop. Designed with the aid of extensive thermal imaging data from sleeping men and women, the die-cut pattern employed is very specific to achieve maximum weight savings, comfort and warmth. In the women’s mattresses, fewer die-cuts are made in areas where more warmth is needed—the hips, feet and torso areas of the mattress. Anatomically, the added hip foam provides added support for side sleepers, a thoughtful detail and made from Atmos foam, reduces overall weight by nearly 10 per cent. Namely, the best just got better for women.
As a woman, have I noticed any notable differences between the ProLite Plus and the women’s equivalent? Actually, yes. As someone that is 5-foot, 5-inches, the women’s ProLite Plus is akin to Cinderella’s slipper; it fits me perfectly. And because its length is shorter, conveniently takes up less room in the tent. Describing myself as “nesh”—namely I’m the first one to feel the chill—the mattress does feel a little warmer, further increasing my comfort levels during cold night camping. More so when I’m able to ditch the canvas for sleeping on the ground directly beneath the stars. Aside from the fact that it’s an exceptionally light, four-season self-inflating pad, it’s perfect for any cold sleeper that fits on the mattress, regardless of gender, looking for a boost in their overnight warmth.
Complete with a limited lifetime warranty, Therm-a-Rest mattresses are guaranteed for the life of the product against defects in materials and workmanship, where automatic repair or replacement will take place. Ultra compressible, whether you’re an ounce-counting mountaineer, a luggage-conscious wanderer or an indulgent, road-tripping fun hog, the ProLites are body-warming no brainers. And for me, the women’s version has the finishing touch on true outdoor comfort.
Date published: 2016-01-20
Rated 4 out of
Great PadI purchased a women's prolite plus for my wife about 4 years ago for backpacking. It has held up very well over the years and is still very comfortable. Much more comfortable than my trail lite. If I ever go camping without my wife, I tend to steal her pad. I am not a tall guy, 5'8", so the length is not an issue. I may be picking one up for myself.
Date published: 2015-12-09
Rated 1 out of
What is this nonsense.I wanted to buy this mat, I really wanted to. But apparently, women have to be shorter than 168 cm in order to be able to fit on a Women's mat, so I had to buy a regular Man's one. In sales statistics, this leads to companies like yours thinking that women don't buy travel gear, which leads to even less R&D for Women's gear. Guess what, they do buy and want travel gear, they would just like to have as much choices as men do. Well done, Therm-a-rest.
Date published: 2015-06-15
Rated 5 out of
Great for Years!This is the first camping pad I bought as an adult and I've been car camping with it since 2013. It's still going strong and has never leaked or had a hole. I've always woken up well rested with it.
Date published: 2016-10-05
Rated 5 out of
comfy and stays in place!with all the things I have purchased from Moosejaw...this is the BEST! Comfy and cozy!
Date published: 2016-08-29
Rated 5 out of
Cozy, Warm Comfortable Backcountry sleepIf there is one thing I will not compromise on; it's gear that will give me a good nights rest. After expending an exuberant number of calories and lugging a monster pack up a mountain, I look forward to a warm comfortable sleep.
I purchased the women's Prolite Plus (an earlier make of it) back in 2011. This was my first real backpacking mattress. Compared to what I was trying to sleep on prior, this changed everything for me. Until this point I thought it was impossible to get a good sleep when camping. Warm, soft, cozy, it's easy to drift off on this mattress.
In addition to providing a comfortable sleep, the ProLite Plus is light and rolls up to a small size. I fit mine right inside my backpack. It's also completely durable, it took me 5 years of regular use before I managed to puncture it.
I definately recommend this product to anyone looking for a good sleep while Backpacking. I've spent many nights on this mattress, places including the West Coast Trail, Nootka Island, Juan de Fuca trail, Skaftefall Park Iceland, Garibaldi Park, Strathcona Park, to name a few.
I only recently switched to the NeoAir XTherm, because these days I do more trekking on snow then solid ground. I did find I was getting chilly at night while trying to sleep on snow using the Prolite Plus, perhaps pushing this piece of gear to its limits. If snow is more your thing I would really recommend going for the NeoAir XTherm.