About Therm-a-Rest Army Sleeping Pad - Self-Inflating
Closeouts. The Therm-a-Rest Army sleeping pad is a lightweight, rugged, self-inflating sleeping pad suitable for backcountry camping.
Specs about Therm-a-Rest Army Sleeping Pad - Self-Inflating
- Sleeping pad style: Self-Inflating
- Shape: Rectangular
- R-Value: 3.4
- Insulation: Open-cell foam
- Repair kit: Yes
- Weight: 1 lb. 8 oz.
- Dimensions (LxWxH): 72x20x1"
- Recommended Use: Backpacking
- Material: Nylon with polyurethane coating
- Made in United States of America
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Pretty comfortableVerified Buyer Reviewed by Northwoods Mom from Wisconsin on Thursday, September 6, 2018I found this pad to be fairly comfortable to sleep on, but was disappointed that it didn't have some sort of a bag to stuff it in. It was kind of hard to keep it deflated to get it in my pack. It also takes up more space than the inflatable one I have. I probably won't bring this one when I'm backpacking, but will be fine for tenting if not packing in.
Improved sleepVerified Buyer Reviewed by ESVA Randy from Eastern Shore of Virginia on Tuesday, August 21, 2018It's definitely improved my sleep on an army cot.
Good comfort for the size.
Thus far it seems to work as represented.
I feel it should include the carry/inflation sack that I've seen in video, which I believe would cost the manufacturer mere pennies yet add great convience.
Seems decentVerified Buyer Reviewed by JFranklin from Idaho on Tuesday, July 10, 2018Comfortable, but somewhat heavy. It appears durable, and while I fully expect it to last several years, I only got it a week ago so I can't swear on its longevity.
love itReviewed by Gena from MA on Monday, July 2, 2018This pad is easy to use, cushion with a thin pad which we can use without inflating the air is so very practical.
Just OKVerified Buyer Reviewed by MtnStew from Colorado on Monday, May 14, 2018These have been stored for too long rolled up. When I first inflated them (ordered 2), they wouldn't lay flat because they have a fixed curl to them for sitting too long in one position. I've got them stored flat now, hopefully it fixes the shape.
Exactly as expectedVerified Buyer Reviewed by paddlingwookie from TN on Monday, January 23, 201720" x 72", packs to a single roll under 6" in diameter and a little over 20". Warmer R factor than the "trail pro" that is currently on closeout(1/23/2017), but doesn't pack quite as small. Combine with dealflyer coupons, and this will be will worth the extra 5-10 dollars.
Good for canoe camping in the BWCA warmer months, solid 3 season everywhere else.