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Therm-a-Rest ProLite 4 Sleeping Pad - Self-Inflating

Closeouts. A four-season inflatable sleeping pad with a tapered design, Therm-a-Rest's ProLite 4 sleeping pad is ideal for activities where reduced bulk and a small packed size are critical.

Average Rating based on 25 reviews 4.040000 0 5
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  • Reviewed by AMS from Los Angeles on Sunday, August 13, 2017
    I took this on a 5 day camping trip, day 3 lost all air. Duct taped a tiny hole in it, did not hold. Slept on this doubled over and a crazy creek chair rest of trip. Unpleasant.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Inua from Massachusetts on Monday, July 17, 2017
    I have been buying lightweight and smaller camp pads to use on airline flights to camping sites. This one seems to fit the bill for what I have been looking for.
    Lightweight- hovering a little over a pound- and folds up pretty small. Not bad for a full size pad. The width is a tad narrow, but that shouldn't present a problem.
    Drawback? There is no carrying bag provided.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Tabletop from Montana on Tuesday, June 20, 2017
    Affordable, light, and practical.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Tabletop from Montana on Tuesday, June 20, 2017
    Affordable, light, and practical.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by JM from NYC on Thursday, March 23, 2017
    Excellent 3 season pad. A little heavy and bulky by today's top of the line standards, and it comes without a stuff sack. However with deal flyer on STP you can pay $55 or so for the 4; the Prolite Plus (the new name for the Prolite 4 ) with stuff sack sells for $89, so the savings are big. I carry it in a Thermarest 11.5 liter stuff sack ($15) attached to my pack. If you want an ultralite airpad expect to pay well over $100. If you want a great time tested pad under 2 lbs this is it.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Me from Colorado on Wednesday, November 9, 2016
    Packs really small, so not the thickest pad out there, but that wasn't expected.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by The Krone from Hudson Valley, NY on Saturday, November 5, 2016
    This thing is a combination between a foam pad and an air mattress. I bought it for backpacking, but I think it will be to bulky to fit in my backpack. I also misread the description and thought it was 1.5 lbs. which was even a little heavier than I wanted. It is pretty comfortable, so I will probably use it for car camping and maybe short backpacking jaunts. Looking forward to see how it holds up.
  • Reviewed by Happy in nature from California on Saturday, October 1, 2016
    So the pad wasn't fully inflated when I cut the plastic band and let the pad loose. It needed some work to get the air all the way in but managed ok to do so. Left the pad fully inflated for a few days before packed back in and brought to camping. I am pretty happy with pad because the air stayed evenly while I was turning and tossing most of the night. Great value because of the SPT price! Going out of country for several days of backpacking with this. Planning to update the result when I come back in Nov.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by rwb from Washington on Thursday, September 15, 2016
    Seems improved from earlier thermarest pads- inflates quicker, firm and fully insulates, protects you from rocks etc. while sleeping. Packs down better as well.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by basement surfer from Illinois on Saturday, August 27, 2016
    I have used this pad several nights now (on basement floors) and have determined it is more comfortable when it is not topped off firm. It self inflates in just a few minutes and packs up as described with a little effort.(to be expected) Overall, I am happy with this purchase. I would like one wider than 20 inches for rolling during the night, but I would rather have it pack up smaller for bike camping, so I chose this width.
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