Sleeping Pads » Thermarest Prolite Series

The lightest, most compact 3-season mattress.

° Ultralight: Innovative new materials reduce weight by 25%.
° Compact: Die-cut foam allows for smallest roll size ever.
° Nonslip: Super-grip bottom keeps mattress from slipping.

Uses: Engineered for 3-season backpacking, mountaineering, bike camping, and boat touring.

Weight 13oz.
Rolled Size 11×3.4in.
R-Value 2.3
Thickness 1.0in.

Price (U.S.) $74.95

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Comments (8)

EricOctober 16th, 2008 at 12:08 pm

Good pads,
leaks are easily fixed using aquaseal.

ScottMOctober 25th, 2008 at 10:09 pm

I used thermarests for years thinking they were the standard and as comfortable as you can get for the weight.

I think I’ve slept my last night on a thermarest. Thicker pads with more air volume are the ticket for me.

Tim McCabeDecember 11th, 2008 at 10:19 am

I’ve had mine for about 2 years and it just got it’s first leak a tiny pin hole at the feet near the fold point going to get aquaseal hope it works.

Atom29December 31st, 2009 at 7:10 pm

It’s only slightly better than sleeping on the ground – warmer and more even but not luxurious by any means. It’s so light though.

bartApril 15th, 2010 at 7:50 am

It does the trick for summer and the warmer parts of spring/fall here in colorado. Nothing glamorous, but completely functional. It’s actually twice as heavy as my similarly sized blue closed cell pad. But since you can let the air out and fold it up it fits inside my pack, and that’s why it stays in my arsenal.

kruzApril 21st, 2011 at 7:03 am

THe gander mtn Guide series air pad are cheaper and are just as good ive had mine for about 3 years and it is easily repaired for leaks which i have had none

BicycleHoboMay 26th, 2013 at 12:27 pm

I am switching back to the Thermarest Prolite from a Nemo Astro Air Pad. If I were staying in one place in my camping outings I would give the Nemo or the Thermarest Neo a go. Since I am deflating each morning to hit the bike I love the open, let self inflate, and top off with one or two breaths that the prolite offers.

The comfort of this 1 inch pad is enough, it’s lightweight, warm, and packs down well.

WesMay 29th, 2013 at 9:59 pm

I’ve slept on my Prolite Plus almost every night for the past 8 months. It’s a lot cheaper than a “real” bed and more convenient too.

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