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Therm-a-Rest LuxuryMap Sleeping Pad

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The luxurious self-inflating Therm-A-Rest LuxuryMap Sleeping Pad uses advanced variable-density pressure mapping technology and innovative die-cut foams to provide comfort and support in all the right places.


Features:
Soft, stretch knit surface feels great next to skin
Unique pressure-mapped pattern delivers support and softness
Bump- swallowing loft
Compressible foam core expands to inflate
Add just a few breaths for your desired firmness
Utilizing two one-way valves, one for inflation and one for deflation
The TwinLock valve system makes setting up and breaking camp a breeze
USA built of the finest US and global materials
Stuff sack included


Specs:
Material: 50D polyester stretch knit / 75D polyester
R-VALUE: 6
Thickness: 3"

Customer Reviews

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Rated 5 out of 5
Perfect for camping and very light weight
Light weight comfortable
June 15, 2021
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Rated 4 out of 5
Good for new hammockers on a budget
I used this with a 20 degree topquilt in the UP during a 30 degree night, in my hammock. I have to say it worked, however that was pushing the limit; it felt as though the heat was just trying to stay inside. If I moved too much, the topquilt would untuck itself from the pad and a cold spot would appear. But, later in the trip during 40-50 degree nights, it was perfect! But, as perhaps to be expected, I would wake with condensation at the lowest point of the pad. The colder it is, the worse this is because it contributes to cold.

In the warmer 50-60 degree nights, I went without that 20 degree topquilt because I would have boiled. This was regrettable as I was on the brink of cold, with only my insulated jacket on my lower legs/feet, and a wool shirt for my torso. And I felt a little sticky because I wasn't totally dry from the day's hiking.

If you're on a tight budget and wanting to get started, this isn't a bad option! Just make sure you have a good topquilt or insulation on top.

The key pros are affordability, weight, and packability. It doesn't weigh much and doesn't take up a lot of space. However, it can be a workout to roll up to get it into the stuffsack! I usually have to deflate it once as a preliminary, then fold it, open the valve, and roll it up again to get the rest of the air out. It can be quite a squeeze, but it works! I haven't noticed any leaks.
June 11, 2021
Originally posted at
Rated 5 out of 5
Perfect for scouting, including Philmont
Warranty is unbelievable. Have had this camp pad for 6 years and then it started to leak. Sent it in for free repair and instead got a free replacement.
May 14, 2021
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Rated 5 out of 5
I don't slip off the pad
I really like this pad, it is the best one I have owned. I find that I do not slip off the pad in the middle of the night compared to something like NeoAir® XLite™ Sleeping Pad which is slick. Even though NeoAir pads are much lighter and more compact, I would choose this one. This pad is perfect if you backpack or camp, but don't need something extremely light or something high off the ground for super cold nights. I also find that this pad is more durable and I am less worried about puncturing it. Overall, it is an awesome pad for the price.
July 21, 2020
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Rated 3 out of 5
Interesting repair experience
I was looking for a slightly less durable and slightly lighter version of the original therm-a-rest. Alaska destroys everything; anyway; it made a nice hole in it, not to big and not too small, easily found and patched with a urethane adhesive.

Unfortunately, the urethane peeled off after some use. The specs say this pad is MADE of urethane, so why doesn't urethane adhesive adhere to it?

Riddle me this.
September 25, 2019
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Rated 1 out of 5
Not as good as they used to be
I have two 20 year old, blue and red Thermarests which are fantastic. Used them a lot and still look like new, made of quality materials.

Now having a family, I bought another one trusting the quality is still there.

This Trail Scout, which I bought online is a disappointment, seemingly made of cheap materials and can't see it last 20+ years like the old ones. Lucky if I get a couple of seasons out of it. Yes I know it is not the most expensive of the line, but still a Therm-a-rest, and more expensive that the competition.

The outer shell is made of thin cheap plastic and brand new out of the box is already deformed from the the way it was packaged, no matter how hard I inflate it.

Ii will send it back if I could.
March 27, 2019
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Rated 5 out of 5
Superb Durability and Reliability in a Light/Small Package
I used this product every night for a 30 day mountaineering trip in the Waddington Range of British Columbia. With a 5 day bushwack, sharp alpine rocks, and freezing storms, the trip was brutal on my group's gear. I did not have a single problem with the trailscout for the entire trip, even after multiple nights of cowboy camping on it directly on rocks. Furthermore, the r-value proved true, as we camped on snow on glaciers most nights of the expedition, and the chill from the snow beneath me did not penetrate the pad. The best extolment I can give this pad, however, is that the absolute worst part of each day during the expedition was deflating the pad in the morning and having leave its warmth and comfort. I can assure any potential buyer that bringing this pad on a tip will make it your reliable safe haven from the cold and rugged wilderness. Let me be clear that this is not the lightest pad you can purchase from thermarest; however, it is the best balance of durability and weight I have experienced.
February 24, 2019
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