Therm-a-Rest Trail Pro Sleeping Pad
Therm-a-Rest Trail Pro Sleeping Pad – Multi-use sleeping pad.
Getting a good nights sleep can make or break any sort of outdoor trip. But this is especially true on backpacking trips. There is nothing worse than having a full day of switchbacks ahead of you after a crummy nights sleep. The Therm-a-Rest Trail Pro Sleeping Pad is here to cure those backcountry sleeping blues. This sleeping pad is sure to help you get a good nights rest not matter were you lay down at.
Therm-a-Rest has long been known as a leader in sleeping pads for the outdoor industry. The Therm-a-Rest Trail Pro Sleeping Pad is no exception to this rule. There isn’t a whole lot of difference between the Therm-a-Rest Trail Pro Sleeping Pad and the Therm-a-Rest ProLite sleeping pad other than wieght and length. Consider the Therm-a-Rest Trail Pro Sleeping Pad to be the pad they cut up to create the ProLite.
If you don’t find the extra weight, which is very little, than go for the Therm-a-Rest Trail Pro Sleeping Pad over the ProLite. Most people wont even notice the difference in weight. The plus side to the Therm-a-Rest Trail Pro Sleeping Pad over the ProLite is that it is a lot more versatile. Its full body length makes it idea for not only tent camping, but as a spare bed of sorts as well!
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Why they rock:
- Light enough for long treks and backpacking trips, yet comfortable enough for base camping and home use
- Inflated pad is 2 in. thick for consistent, comfortable support and insulation from the hard, cold ground
- Durable, textured 150-denier polyester material stands the test of time for years of reliable use
- Rolls down small for convenient packing and travel
Seat-of-the-pants rating: 8 out of 10
As I said before, the Therm-a-Rest Trail Pro Sleeping Pad is pretty much the same things as the Term-a-Rest ProLite, but longer and a bit heavier. If you are unsure which one to get, it really depends on how much you do outdoors. If you go backpacking an camping several times a month, go for the ProLite. If you just going camping every now and then, get the Therm-a-Rest Trail Pro Sleeping Pad.
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