Therma-A-Rest® Trail Scout™ Sleeping Pad
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- Provides the essential comfort you need at an exceptional value
- Exceptionally compact, allowing you to take it anywhere
- Solid urethane foam
Essential, self-inflating warmth and comfort. Therm-A-Rest's Trail Scout Sleeping Pad is an ideal value for first-time campers and those wishing to upgrade from closed cell foam pads. The Trail Scout is a great option for light backpacking, car camping, summer camp and adding essential warmth to cots. A streamlined shape keeps the weight and size down while a generous, 1.25'' foam core and supple exterior mold to the contours of your body for a great night's rest. Pad thickness: 1". Made in USA
(S) Small - 20'' x 47'' x 1.25'' - 15 oz. carry weight
(R) Regular - 20'' x 72''x 1.25'' - 1 lb. 8 oz. carry weight
(L) Large - 25'' x 77'' x 1.25'' - 2 lbs. carry weight
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 4
Rated 5 out of 5 by GFY666 Money well spent
Great pad, well worth the money spent. Great for lite backpacking. Comfortable, warm, light, compact and well built.
I'm not wild about the fabric, feels a bit rubbery on the skin. Makes it easy to clean so it isn't a minus.
July 30, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by lock1nout Quality
Im 230 pounds, and this pad held up quite well on a hike. I often get numb hands from sleeping on my side in the backcountry, and I found this pad reduced that considerably more than lesser quality pads. It has a nice durable material to it. I would have like to see it pack a bit smaller for its thickness.
September 2, 2011
Rated 3 out of 5 by inslady Average pad
I was impressed that this self-inflated----that is the best thing about it but it is not thick. I slept on a concrete floor using this pad and a sleeping bag. I did not sleep well.
April 25, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by smokeyshiker Great Pad
Not the absolute lightest pad on the market but for the money, it's so worth it. it feels just like my bed at home lol
March 16, 2011
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