The Therm-a-Rest Trail Lite Sleeping Pad is a great addition for better sleep while camping or backpacking. Featuring die-cut premium foam, the Therm-a-Rest Trail Lite is super lightweight and packable yet offers a 3.2 R-value for warmth. For easy and quick inflation and deflation, the Therm-a-Rest Trail Lite sleeping pad features a WingLockTM valve for increased air flow and self-inflation. Constructed from premium materials, the Trail Lite sleeping pad is durable for long-lasting use and to minimize environmental impact. Sleep well on your next camping or backpacking adventure with the Therm-a-Rest Trail Lite Sleeping Pad.
Stuff sack included
Light and compact for a variety of uses
WingLockTM valve increases air flow for easier inflation and deflation
Lightweight die cut foam boosts warmth yet compresses for easy packing
I used this for some spring camping in the southwest. We had below freezing temperatures at night and I didn't feel cold from the ground at all. I stayed warm and was perfectly comfortable sleeping on my side. It's easy to unroll, blow up, and then roll back up and pack away.
I have used this pad on Summer nights, winter nights, in my bivy, tent, ground tarp, and on the sand. It makes a good ground cover. I an getting ready to go on the PCT and will need to repair the six perforations in the pad that I received during my January mountain climbing trip. Yes, my back got cold. Maybe I have the wrong side down. At the time of purchase, my son worked for a well known outdoors store. He recommended that I not purchase it due to similar complaints. Maybe alligator skin on one side will help?
I have used this sleeping pad for about a month (Camping) and I love it. A good combination of enough cushioning, but compact and lightweight. The valve is a new version from previous, but it's easy to use and I have had no problems with it.
I've been using this sleeping pad for 2 weeks straight and am very happy with it so far. I replaced my very old sleeping pad with this one and am pleased with how much more compactable and light weight it is. It's definitely on the shorter side, and I find my feet hanging off of the end some times (I'm 5'4"), but part of that is because I put my pillow on top of the pad. If I kept my pillow off the pad I'd fit just fine. I also really like the wings that help deflate the sleeping pad. They're easy to use make the stowing processing much quicker.
24 years ago we bought a thermarest matress. This matress is never been punctured and in good condition. The Thermarest trail lite however has been punctured four times in five years already four times. These two matresses are used under exact the same conditions in the last four years
Luckely it's still had an acceptable insulating on the ground but it's not comfortable. I could just as well have used my old celfoam matress. It has very good insulating it's also hard on the ground but it's indestructible and much cheaper!
So it's comfortable and insulating but gets punctured much to easy.
It is not light nor the warmest one. But it is the best middle ground. So good that about 80% of my outdoorsy friends are using it. 3 years of extensive use and this thing looks like brand new (I do take proper care of my equipment). Sleep is as comfortable as it gets, I cannot imagine not to have this thing with me. Used in + 30 C temps and all the way to - 7 C - it did it's job perfectly.
It is not light nor the warmest one. But it is the best middle ground. So good that about 80% of my outdoorsy friends are using it. 3 years of extensive use and this thing looks like brand new (I do take proper care of my equipment). Sleep is as comfortable as it gets, I cannot imagine not to have this thing with me. Used in + 30 C temps and all the way to - 7 C - it did it job perfectly.
Sadly mine can´t keep its air... 15minutes tops...
Have only used it indoors on floor and on grass for 3 months... I really thought it would be tougher! In the beginning I could use it for at least an hour before it got emptied... now just half the time...This is my first air matress so I just assumed it´s supposed to loose a bit of air over time... But now It´s just ridiculous...
Very comfortable. It makes the difference on long trips. It developed a delamination bubble after more than 150 nights of use, but never an air leak. I sent it to the service center and got a new one in the mail 2 weeks later.