- Product Dimensions: 21 x 6 x 7 inches ; 14.4 ounces
- Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces
- ASIN: B001QWGSU2
- Item model number: ZLITE
- Average Customer Review: 48 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #754,442 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
Therm-a-Rest Z Lite Mattress, Limon, Regular
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- Closed cell pad
- Compact mattress
- Sleep any where/on anything
- Durable mattress
- Comfortable mattress
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|Item Dimensions||7 x 6 x 21 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.4 pounds|
|Sport Type||Camping & Hiking|
This is our lightest and most compact closed-cell pad with all-new foams - softer on top for more comfort and denser on the bottom providing better durability. It's the best choice for people seeking sleep-any-where, on any-thing durability and comfort
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But I wanted to do more and so I needed to be able to get out and sleep on the cold hard ground. Hard ground is fine, but I knew I couldn't sleep well on the cold ground. At least not with my summer weight bag. So I picked up the thermarest z-light. This is how you make a 40° bag work at 40°.
rolling the thing from walmart is about as painful as getting the air out of the self-inflating air pads. Maybe they're better now than they were 10 years back, but I always found those annoying. The accordion zig-zag of the Thermarest makes sure you get the pad down to packable size far more quickly than mr. cheapskate walmart and too much money inflatable thingy. It kinda springs out, but is fine once you get it lashed onto your pack.
Now. There are a lot of people below who complain that you can feel the ground through this pad. And that it's not soft. And that they can't sleep because they need a feather bed. bah. This thing was made for people who want to go sleep on the ground. If you need a feather bed, go get a room at a bed and breakfast. This works great.
4/5: it kept me warm while sleeping on a cold rock. It is very lightweight. It fold easily. BUT it's still less easily packed than a sleeping bag, and hangs over the edges. It's still the biggest thing in my pack. The edges do spring open until it's tied down.
Oh,and to the people whining about how hard it is, my wife is actually using this pad to help with her situps and crunches. The ground hurts her tailbone, so she sits on my nice cushy therm-a-rest. ;-)
The best thing about these pads is that they are near-indestructible, and they give you a predictable amount of insulation and padding. The worst thing about them is that they are bulky- you will want to strap it to the outside of your rucksack.
In the tent, it insulates you from the ground, and it provides a grippy base for your sleep system of choice. Around the campfire, you can have 2-3 people sit on it and keep their butts from freezing on the ground. If it gets dirty, you can rinse it off in a nearby stream and shake it dry.
If you use a sleep system that requires an air pad to insulate you underneath (like the Big Agnes bags), you will definitely want something like this under the pad to protect it from anything sharp or pointy on the ground. Worst case, if your pad springs a leak, you will still have a barebones layer of waterproof insulation underneath.
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I have used this pad down to 40 degrees.Read more