• Packs Small: Self-inflating die-cut foams roll up small for easy packing.
• Versatile: Light enough for backpacking, yet comfortable and durable enough for car camping.
• Lasting Comfort: Time-tested design offers the straightforward comfort and performance you need, for the rest you deserve.
• R-Value: 4.9.
• Weight: 1 lbs 12 oz / 800 g.
• Width: 20 in / 51 cm.
• Length: 66 in / 168 cm.
• Thickness: 1.5 in / 3.8 cm.
: 1980 cu. in.
• Top fabric type: Polyester.
• Bottom fabric type: Polyester.
• Foam type: Chilli Punched.
• Fill material: Urethane Foam.
• Country of Origin: Made in Seattle, USA
|Bottom fabric type:||Polyester|
|Country of Origin:||Made in Seattle, USA|
|Dimensions:||Width 20 in. / 51 cm (regular) 25 in. / 63 cm (large) Length 72 in. / 183 cm 77 in. / 196 cm (large)|
|Fill material:||Urethane Foam|
|Foam type:||Chilli Punched|
|Lasting Comfort:||Time-tested design offers the straightforward comfort and performance you need, for the rest you deserve.|
|Length:||66 in / 168 cm|
|Packaged dimension:||11 x 7.0 in / 28 x 18 cm|
|Packed Size:||11 x 7 in. (Women's Regular)|
|Packs Small:||Self-inflating die-cut foams roll up small for easy packing.|
|Pad Type:||Self Inflating Pads|
|Rolled Size:||11 in. x 7.0 in. / 28 cm x 18 cm (regular) 13 in. x 7.0 in. / 33 cm x 18 cm (large)|
|Thickness:||1.5 in. / 3.8 cm (for both sizes)|
|Top fabric type:||Polyester|
|Upc, Ean, Isbn:||040818051993|
|Use:||Backpacking and car camping|
|Versatile:||Light enough for backpacking, yet comfortable and durable enough for car camping.|
|Volume:||1980 cu. in|
|Weight:||1 lbs 12 oz / 800 g (regular) 2 lbs 7 oz / 1150 g (large)|
|Weight [with packaging]:||Regular: 1.85 lb, Large: 2.7 lb|
|Width:||20 in / 51 cm|
|Therm-a-Rest Trail Lite Regular||$64.95 - $69.95|
|Therm-a-Rest Trail Lite Self Inflating Sleeping Pad||$54.98|
|Therm-a-Rest Trail Pro||$84.95 - $99.95|
I use the Therm-a-Rest Trail Lite Sleeping Pad for all sorts of applications. I take it bicycle touring, car camping, home for the holidays, or anywhere I may need to spend the night.
I've had mine for a little over a year and it has held up great. I'm 5'4" inches with wide shoulders for a female and the pad fits very comfortably.
The pad may be heavy for those who backpack and it takes up a bit of space, but it fits pretty well on the back of my bike and is easy to store in the car or wherever I may take it.
I'd definitely recommend the Trail Lite to anyone looking for a nice sleeping pad for a good price.
This is a solid sleeping pad. It kept me surprisingly warm on the still-frozen ground in Southern Utah this winter. It's comfy and light! I give it four stars because, while I love the pad, it's slick. I kept sliding off the pad, especially when I got anywhere near the edge. Since it's a sleeping pad you're pretty much always near an edge so that got irritating.
All in all, though, I'd say this is a great sleeping pad for the cost. Light, rolls up small, and comfy. I'm glad I switched to this pad.
Yes, I'm a guy who uses a woman's pad. I can sleep on anything so when I wanted to get a pad I was more concerned about weight and size, the women's pad provides some padding and warmth without being obnoxiously huge. I also use the ultra light half pads and I really like those. As long as my shoulders have something to rest on, I'm happy. I don't seem to have any sleep issues with my hips or feet laying directly on the ground.
An absolute must have! I am someone who normally has constant back pain and I woke up feeling no pain at all. Definitely no complaints here! This pad is lightweight, comfortable, and airs up easily. I will never go without using this in my tent again. For reference my weight is around 105, and I am 5'4.
This sleeping pad was perfectly sized for myself (5'7"). It's light, a breeze to inflate, and easy to deflate/pack up. It keeps air in for a full nights sleep. The warmth is awesome for how slim the pad is. Would recommend for anyone looking for a no-worry, no-huff-puff, and warm sleeping pad!
I love this pad. It's really comfortable and I especially like in the winter because I used have a thermarest Z-lite but snow used to get stuck in the little cavities and I would wake up with little wet spots on my bag. With this pad, I don't.
The women's Trail Lite has a higher "R" value for warmth than the men's. I took it on a weekend backpacking trip up to 9,000 feet in September. It got to freezing that night but I stayed warm and comfortable.