Customer Reviews Of:
Therm-a-Rest Ridgerest SOLite Sleeping Pad - Regular
Closeouts. Lightweight and durable, Therm-a-Rest's Ridgerest SOLite sleeping pad is constructed of closed-cell foam with a heat-reflecting aluminum surface. Its pattern of ridges and valleys provides increased insulation and cushioning for a comfortable night's sleep, year-round.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Neeman from Israel on Monday, March 13, 2017Good robust thick and very light
Very light to carry for backpacking
But very bulky almost the size of a pack
So needs to be lashed to the outside of the pack
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Brandon from Florida on Friday, February 24, 2017Just what I ordered. Excellent seller. Will buy again from them. A+++
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Ian from Kentucky on Friday, November 18, 2016It's a little bulky but I am very happy with this purchase. My first use was on a 28 degree night. It's very warm, I'm also a stomach sleeper and I had no issues. For $25 you cannot go wrong with this great little sleeping pad!
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Outdoor Abby from Nashville on Thursday, September 22, 2016This is a great sleeping pad and a cheap one at that! It rolls down to a reasonable size and is actually quite comfortable.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by bikekim from California on Sunday, July 24, 2016Great classic pad. Light weight and can't be puntured lke air filled matresses.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Dgo Hiker from Durango, CO on Tuesday, July 5, 2016I had an air pad fail on me during a recent river trip, which left me a bit miserable at night sleep on the ground. So I wanted something that would not fail me on my latest backpack trip. For $20, this closed-cell foam pad seemed like the perfect solution. Unfortunately I'm a side sleeper and this pad does not provide much comfort for that type of sleeper. However, if you sleep on your back and can find a relatively flat, smooth spot to lay this pad out, you should be fine.
On a more positive note, this pad was awesome for lounging around the campfire at night leaned against a log or rock. I plan on cutting this pad in half and packing it with me as a camp chair for future trips. So for only $20, I'm still pretty happy with my purchase.