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Therm-a-Rest ProLite Plus

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Price: $71.96 - $461.07
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  • Expedition mattress built for maximum warmth and minimum weight/bulk
  • Ideal for winter camping, ski touring, and mountaineering
  • Tapered shape reduces weight by nearly 10 percent
  • Unique, diagonal-cut foam for efficient insulation
  • Comes with stuff sack; limited product lifetime warranty

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Product Description

Product Description

When staying warm is as important as keeping your pack light, the ProLite Plus mattress is an excellent solution. Patent-pending diagonal-cut foams reduce convective heat loss, making it the ideal choice for ski touring, cold weather expeditions and winter camping. It's substantial enough to keep you comfortable while mountaineering or ski touring, yet rolls up small and light enough that you'll have no problem taking it as far as you want to go. Stuff sack included.

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Therm-a-Rest ProLite Plus

Therm-a-Rest ProLite Plus
The ProLite's tapered shape shaves off weight while maintaining comfort.

Therm-a-Rest ProLite Plus mattresses are built to keep you warm while maintaining an ultra light weight profile. Thanks to patent-pending, diagonal-cut foams, the ProLite Plus helps reduce convective heat loss while its tapered design that reduces weight by nearly 10 percent. The ProLite Plus offers an R value of 3.8 with 1.5 inches of depth and is finished with durable poly and nylon fabrics. Ideal for ski touring, cold weather expeditions, and winter camping, ProLite Plus mattresses are substantial enough to keep you comfortable in the cold, yet roll up small and light enough that they won't prevent you from reaching your goal.

Therm-a-Rest Fast & Light Series

The Therm-a-Rest Fast & Light series mattresses are designed with the high-speed, low-weight performance sought by alpinists, adventure racers, and long-distance backpackers--without sacrificing comfort.

Features and Specifications:

  • R Value: 3.8
  • Top fabric: 75d Poly
  • Bottom fabric: 70d Nylon Soft Grip
  • Foam: Diagonal Punched
  • Fill material: Urethane Foam
  • Stuff sack included
  • Made in Seattle, Washington, USA

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Weight: 15 ounces / 430 grams 1 pound, 6 ounces / 620 grams 1 pound, 14 ounces / 850 grams
Width: 20 inches / 51 centimeters 20 inches / 51 centimeters 25 inches / 63 centimeters
Length: 47 inches / 119 centimeters 72 inches / 183 centimeters 77 inches / 196 centimeters
Depth: 1.5 inches / 3.8 centimeters 1.5 inches / 3.8 centimeters 1.5 inches / 3.8 centimeters
Packed Dimensions: 11 by 4 inches / 28 by 10 centimeters 11 by 4.8 inches / 28 by 12 centimeters 13 by 5.1 inches / 33 by 14 centimeters

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0075JMYIA
  • Item model number: TPPSP-16
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,501 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

I love Therm-A-Rest self-inflating pads!
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This pad folds in half and rolls up nicely to fit inside my pack.
Richard Leyden
It provides good insulation from the cold ground.
N. AMIRI

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

32 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Matthew Hodges on March 11, 2012
Size Name: Regular
I've been using Therm-A-Rest sleeping pads for over 16 years. They continue to improve their products, although the concept hasn't changed much. This is my 3rd therm-a-rest. My first was purchased approximately 16 1/2 years ago and I used it on the Applachian Trail and in the Pisgah National forest for countless hikes. I sold it about 10 years ago when I stopped backpacking and started car camping. The replacement was a base camp model for tent-based car-camping. My son is now interested in backpacking, so I purchased this one for my latest foray into back-country camping.

I'm typically a side sleeper, but have trouble with all but the thickest sleeping pads when I lay on my side. The Base Camp has 2" of loft- when you add a puff of air (or two) and I find that to be comfortable- even if I sleep on my side. This model at 1 1/2" of loft forces me to sleep on my back as I get up very sore if I try to sleep on my side. One thing you can do to help if you prefer side sleeping is to dig out a little bit of dirt below your shoulders and hips (replace the dirt and leave no trace). This improves my side sleeping results.

I'm a 6'-10" male weighing about 210# The pad is 20" wide and is just wide enough for my torso (my elbows will fall on the ground if I lie on my back). It's 72" long (I believe) enough to have my head and feet on the pad when I stretch out to full extension.

This came with a stuff sack, however the stuff sack is designed to have the pad folded in half along it's axis then rolled. I don't like this design because it tends to damage the foam along the axis of the pad (spine will have to deal with this). My solution- sew my own stuff sack that is 20" long and just wide enough to accept the rolled pad without folding first.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By SoCalDaveL on February 28, 2013
After a few years of camping with my sons in Cub Scouts, mainly consisting of driving to the sites and having the "luxury" of being able to drag all our gear to the campsite, With my eldest son getting ready to cross over into Boy Scouts and many more campouts and hikes coming up I decided it was time to start minimizing gear and make the most out of what we can carry on our backs (without breaking them).

The setup we've used over the past few years was to bring many extra sleeping bags to use as liners on the tent floor in addition to some foam pads to help keep us off the ground and insulated from the cold. It's been comfortable, but not ideal.

Enter the Thermarest ProLite Plus which I picked up at a local REI after reading (and watching) many reviews. My initial reaction after getting it home and opening it up was utter disappointment... Why? Because it wouldn't inflate. However, after looking into it I found that since the pad had been compressed in it's packaging for a long period of time. So I blew it up and let it sit for a couple of days to let the memory cells regain their memory (?). Laying on the pad I found that it was quite comfortable, although the real test wouldn't be realized until I deflated it, packed it up and brought it to a campsite.

A few weeks later I had that opportunity... a boy scout campout for the Troop my son (and his current cub scout den) is looking to join. The Prolite Plus came with it's own small sack which came in quite handy once the pad was deflated and rolled back up. That procedure wasn't too difficult or time consuming at all, but there is a process to it..... there are many videos on YouTube on how to do this. I suggest looking at them.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By beetdaddy on September 17, 2012
Color Name: Burnt Orange/GraySize Name: Large Verified Purchase
I bought this for my 20-ish daughter. I already have the same pad. It rolls up to an acceptably-small package and provides wonderful cushion comfort and heat insulation.

I never feel hard pressure points when I'm sleeping on the Prolite. You really don't need anything bigger.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Richard Leyden on December 10, 2013
Color Name: Burnt Orange/GraySize Name: Large Verified Purchase
"Thermarest Pro Lite Plus Large" Review
This is replacing my "ALPS Mountaineering Comfort Series Air Pad - Long", which is extremely comfortable. My last trip out with the Boy scouts I was sleeping on a wooden platform with no problem, even with my side sleeping.

I have recently replaced the Alps sleep pad with this Thermarest Pro Lite Plus Large, I have not had it in the field yet,I have played with it at home and it seems fine even on my side. This pad folds in half and rolls up nicely to fit inside my pack.

Thermarest Pro Lite Plus Field Review 12/6/2013 - 12/8/2013

This pad performed well, it was a no brainer replacing my Alps pad with this one, over 2.5 lbs lighter and a 60% reduction in volume.
While it's not as thick as my ALPS, it is just as comfortable and even more comfortable than my ALPS, (from a warmth perspective), when cold weather camping, the pad seems to reflect the heat back to you more than the ALPS.

Inflation is fairly easy, its best to open the valve roll out the pad against its curl and go about your business, when ready for bed, inflate to your desired firmness.
The valve is easy enough to work and has not leaked.
The pad rolls up nicely and fits the stuff sack with no problems at all, you just need to take care rolling tightly and keeping the pad straight.
Side sleeping was no problem, although I was sleeping on soft ground.
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