Therm-a-Rest Trail Lite Sleeping Pad
$84,59 – $97,55
The Therm-a-Rest Trail Lite Sleeping Pad is a must-have for any outdoor enthusiast looking for a lightweight and comfortable sleeping solution. With its versatile self-inflating design, this pad is perfect for backpacking, camping, and other outdoor adventures.
Therm-a-Rest Trail Lite Sleeping Pad: Comfortable and Packable
Looking for a sleeping pad that is comfortable, packable, and easy to use on your next backpacking or camping trip? Look no further than the Therm-a-Rest Trail Lite Sleeping Pad.
Featuring die-cut premium foam, the Trail Lite is light and packable while still delivering the critical warmth you need at camp. With a 1.5-inch (3.8 cm) pad and a 3.2 R-value for three-season comfort, this pad is versatile enough to meet your needs in a variety of conditions.
The high-performance WingLock valve makes inflation and deflation a breeze with three times the airflow rate of the classic valve, thanks to a larger opening and one-way inflation. The Trail Lite is also available in a women's version with added warmth for cold sleepers.
As with all Therm-a-Rest pads, the Trail Lite is made in-market to ensure quality and minimize environmental impact. Plus, the pad includes a compact stuff sack for easy packing and transport.
Don't sacrifice comfort for packability on your next adventure. Choose the Therm-a-Rest Trail Lite Sleeping Pad for a versatile, comfortable, and packable sleeping solution.
- Sleeping Pad Type: Self-inflating Pad
- Sleeping Pad Shape: Semirectangular
- Sleeping Capacity: 1-person
- Insulated: Yes
- Insulation Type: Open-cell Foam
- R-Value: 3.2
- Stuff Sack Included: Yes
- Packed Size:
Regular: 19.81 x 27.94 cm
Large: 21.08 x 33.02 cm
Pad Thickness (cm): 3.81 cm
Regular: 182.88 x 50.8 x 3.81 cm
Large: 195.58 x 63.5 x 3.81 cm
Regular: 142 g
Large: 283 g
Country of Origin: USA – Built of the Finest U.S. and Global Materials
Frequently Asked Questions
How should I properly inflate my self-inflating sleeping pad for the first time?
To ensure optimal performance, follow these steps to inflate your self-inflating sleeping pad:
- Inflate the pad with air by using your breath, a pump, or a sack.
- Leave the mattress fully inflated for 2-4 hours before your first use.
- Check the firmness of the pad, and add or release air as needed to achieve your desired level of comfort.
By properly inflating your self-inflating sleeping pad, you can enjoy a comfortable and restful night's sleep during your outdoor adventures.
How can I inflate my self-inflating pad during winter?
How does a self-inflating sleeping pad function?
What is the average time it takes for a self-inflating pad to fully inflate?
What could be the reason why my self-inflating pad doesn't fully inflate?
What are some tips for storing a sleeping pad properly?
For self-inflating sleeping pads, it is recommended to store the mattress unrolled and fully inflated in a dry place with the valve open. This ensures that the foam self-inflates faster when used during camping. However, storing the pad for an extended period in a damp space may cause mildew damage, which is not covered by the Limited Lifetime Warranty.
For NeoAir sleeping pads, it is recommended to leave the valve open and store the mattress rolled tightly in a stuff sack to protect it from dirt and sharp objects. This method ensures that the pad remains clean and undamaged during storage, and the open valve allows any residual moisture to evaporate.
What is the most effective method to clean my sleeping pad?
To extend the life of your sleeping pad, it is recommended to clean it regularly, especially if you sleep directly on its surface. However, it is important to avoid putting the mattress in a washing machine. Instead, cleaning with a hose or in a bathtub is the best method. Ensure that the valve is closed while washing. For general cleaning, it is best to use a quick scrubbing with Formula 409®, BioClean™ All-Purpose Cleaner, or another general household cleaner.
For tree sap, spot cleaning with a cotton rag soaked in rubbing alcohol is recommended. However, removing tree sap may take some effort, and it may leave a stain. After cleaning, a dusting with talc or baby powder can help eliminate any residual stickiness.
For more detailed instructions, we provide a video on our product page, "How to Care for Your Therm-a-Rest® Mattress."
What should I do if I suspect that my sleeping pad is losing air?
What is the ASTM testing standard for determining the warmth level of a sleeping pad, and how can I determine the warmth level of my sleeping pad?
How does the use of stretch knit fabric benefit a sleeping pad?
Is it possible to replace the valve on a Therm-a-Rest mattress?
How can you inflate and deflate sleeping pads with a WingLock™ Valve, and where can I find step-by-step instructions?
To inflate a sleeping pad with a WingLock™ Valve, first, unroll the pad and twist the valve cap counter-clockwise to open the valve. Then, use a pump sack or your breath to inflate the pad, making sure to continue until it is fully inflated. The one-way valve will prevent air from escaping, and once inflated, twist the valve cap clockwise to close the valve.
To deflate a sleeping pad with a WingLock™ Valve, open the wings to open the one-way valve. Then, twist the valve cap counter-clockwise to allow air to escape. Roll the pad toward the valve end, pushing any remaining air out of the pad.
For a more detailed guide, refer to the step-by-step instructions provided on the product page video for the WingLock™ Valve.
Is it possible to replace an old Therm-a-Rest valve with a new WingLock™ Valve or TwinLock™ Valve?
What are the differences between the WingLock™ Valve and the Classic Therm-a-Rest Valves?
The WingLock™ Valve offers several advantages over the Classic Therm-a-Rest Valves. First, the WingLock™ Valve features a larger valve opening and one-way inflation, allowing for three times faster airflow compared to the Classic Valve. This means that the mattress can be inflated quickly and efficiently. Additionally, the unique design of the WingLock™ Valve ensures that air does not escape during inflation.
When it comes time to break camp, the WingLock™ Valve also offers a faster deflation method. The valve includes "wings" that can be twisted open to release air, deflating the pad twice as fast as the Classic Valve. These features make the WingLock™ Valve a convenient and efficient option for inflating and deflating sleeping pads.
What are the differences between the TwinLock™ Valve and the Classic Therm-a-Rest Valves?
What are the steps to inflate and deflate sleeping pads with a TwinLock™ Valve?
To inflate a sleeping pad with a TwinLock™ Valve, first, unroll the pad and twist the "IN" valve counter-clockwise to open the valve. Then, use a pump sack or your breath to inflate the pad, making sure to continue until it is fully inflated. The one-way "IN" valve will prevent air from escaping during inflation. Once inflated, twist the valve cap clockwise to close the valve.
To deflate a sleeping pad with a TwinLock™ Valve, twist the "OUT" valve counter-clockwise to open the valve. The one-way "OUT" valve will keep air from flowing back into the pad during deflation. Roll the pad toward the valve end, pushing any remaining air out of the pad.