Therm-a-Rest RidgeRest SOLite Reflective Foam Camping Ground Pad
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- Crosslinked Polyethylene
- Advanced Warmth: Patent-pending ThermaCapture surface boosts warmth by reflecting radiant heat back to your body.
- Light & Durable: Virtually indestructible and light enough to carry anywhere.
- Unique Design: Soft peaks and heat-trapping valleys provide exceptional comfort.
- Reg: 20" x 72" / Large: 25" x 75" / Small: 20" x 48"
- R-Value: 2.8
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This lightweight alternative to the RidgeRest Solar mattress is coated with a layer of our reflective ThermaCapture technology that redirects radiant heat back to your body to amplify warmth. Working in conjunction with the classic RidgeRestAr peaks and valleys, the SOLite mattress delivers exceptional insulation.
Style: Large - 25 X 77 Inches
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For years, I've been using cheap $5 blue pads. Sometimes I carried one blue pad and one $15 black (longer one) pad to combine them together.
Therm-a-Rest RidgeRest SoLite totally beats the blue+black cheap pads combo.
At first, I thought this sleeping pad (regular size) would be too big, but it turned out it totally didn't bother me in hiking or carrying around.
It stands for its name, SOLITE! (so light!)
I totally recommend this to every campers.
When I make some more money to invest in myself, I'm gonna try the squar-y one from Therm-a-Rest, which is little more expensive.
By the way, I'm 5'9'' and regular size is totally fine with me. I would have had a trouble if I got the small one though.
I have a broad back (workout often) and don't have much problem sleeping comfortably either (=width is comfortable).
We bought some double sided Velcro tape to keep these rolled up and secured against our packs. If you try to put them in your packs, you will need a very large pack and lose a lot of space.
Backpacking with these is not optimal, but if you will be camping and living out of your car, these are the way to go IMO.
We camp at least once a month, year round.
This pad is remarkably light. On 3 trips, he's had good nights sleeping.
My only gripe is that it is slick. I fine myself sliding around a bit too much on it while sleeping in a bag. Overall this is a good inexpensive light weight option for ground cushion/protection while camping