Therm-a-Rest Trail Lite Mattress Regular
- Versatile: Light enough for backpacking, yet comfortable and durable enough for car camping
- Warm: Ample warmth for extended, three-season use
- Packs Small: Self-inflating die-cut foams roll up small for easy packing
- Lasting Comfort: Time-tested design offers the straightforward comfort and performance you need for a great night's rest
- R-Value: 3.4
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The Trail Lite self-inflating mattress offers an outstanding combination of comfort, compactness and value making it one of the best all-around camping mattresses available. Die-cut foam reduces weight and bulk while self-inflation adds convenience you’ll appreciate at the end of the day. In addition, its semi-rectangular shape increases sleep area and makes for better, gap-free mating of other rectangular mattresses. Includes stuff sack.
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+ Regular is long enough for me at 5'9".
+ Feels amazingly comfortable. The right amount of loft for me (157 Lbs) where I don't touch the floor on flat surface. No real world experiences yet though.
+ Took 7 more breaths to get it to a point where air was trying to escape the valve the first time, but only 2 breaths afterwards. (It seems to react to opening the valve to self inflate after the first time. )
+ Material feels like amazing quality. Really like the compacting die cut form.
+ Came with a sack.
0 Compressing it to the smallest it can be seems better than the packaging it came in.
0 Stuff sack has some room left over. I wish it conformed to the product to compact it more.
- Came bulkier than expected. I know the description give measurements, but it was kinda hard to picture.
The pad inflates nicely, then you need to blow it up the rest of the way - be sure to watch for the little raised bumps on the pad to appear to know you've inflated enough for maximum support. Once, I didn't do a good job at manually inflating, but it was still comfortable.
In case you don't read the direction, be sure to over-inflate before use to help the pad retain its shape better. For storing, do not keep it rolled up in the small stuff sack which will crease and weaken the foam pad material inside. Instead, keep it unrolled with the valve open. Yeah, yeah, it takes up space that way, but you want to make your investment last.
It has the advantage of a foam core, so in the event of a leak, you won't be completely uninsulated, but it is kinda bulky. Probably 75% the size of your sleeping bag after it has been put in a compression sack. But for occasional hikers/paddlers, it's fine. If you are into minimalist/micro gear, you might want to look around.