THERM-A-REST Trail Pro Sleeping Pad, LargeUpdated for 2014 to be even warmer and more comfortable, the Therm-a-Rest Trail Pro is a self-inflating, trail-friendly sleeping pad built with the most advanced foam available to save space and weight in your pack without sacrificing any comfort.
- Edges in the torso area have been straightened to increase sleep surface and offer better gap-free mating of mattresses
- New, patent-pending, diagonal-cut foam traps up to 25% more heat than standard, vertically-cut channels by slowing the exchange of warm and cold air beneath you
- Proprietary foam is vacuum-poured to ensure the most uniform, high-loft, and compressible foam possible, resulting in is foam thatís warmer, lighter, and more compressible than other foams of equal thickness
- Expanding foam core self-inflates; top off with just a few breaths for personalized firmness
- 2-inch thickness provides a high level of warmth, comfort, and support
- R-Value: 4.0
- Top/bottom fabric: 75D polyester
- Core: diagonal punched urethane foam
- Stuff sack included
- Made in Seattle, WA
Country of Origin: USA
THERM-A-REST Trail Pro Sleeping Pad, Large
Gender Unisex Length 77 in. Packed Size 6.7 x 13 in. Stuff Sack Yes Shape Semi-rectangular Sleeping Pad Type Self Inflating Thickness 2 in. Width 25 in. Weight 2 lb. 8 oz.
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- Easy To Inflate
- Hard to Pack
- 3 Season Camping
- Car Camping
Comments about THERM-A-REST Trail Pro Sleeping Pad, Large:
The Large sized model is a perfect fit inside my military or civilian bivy sacks, so no worries about rolling off the pad in the middle of the night. The pad is very comfortable and quick to inflate.
The included stuff sack only works if you fold the pad to half its width before rolling it length wise. That makes for a bulky roll that is difficult to strap to the outside of any pack. If you put it inside your pack,it takes up too much room.
Therma-Rest used to make long and skinny stuff sacks for its pads. That way, the pad is 20 or 25 inches wide, but only 6 or 7 inches in diameter. That size is much easier to strap to the top or bottom of any pack. I have an extra stuff sack that size, and that is how I carry this pad.
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