• 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.
• Volume: 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|
|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|
|Thickness:||1.5 in / 3.8 cm|
|Top fabric type:||Polyester|
|Upc, Ean, Isbn:||040818051993|
|Versatile:||Light enough for backpacking, yet comfortable and durable enough for car camping.|
|Volume:||1980 cu. in|
|Weight:||1 lb 12 oz / 800g (Women's Regular)|
|Width:||20 in / 51 cm|
|Therm-a-Rest Trail Lite Regular||$54.97 - $69.95|
|Therm-a-Rest Trail Lite Self Inflating Sleeping Pad||$50.00|
|Therm-a-Rest TrailLite Self Inflating Sleeping Pad||$69.95 - $74.95|
|Therm-a-Rest TrailPro Sleeping Pad||$67.96 - $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.
This item is very light, rolls up very small, and the fit is lovely. I'm 5'7" and it was plenty long. It's definitely not the most comfortable thermarest on the planet but it's very convenient and easy