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Therm-a-Rest ProLite Sleeping Pads

Therm-a-Rest ProLite Sleeping Pads

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I have read that when REI sold dog beds they used the prolite sit pad. I picked up the x-small awhile back. It's a good size for a larger dog.

https://backpackinglight.com/forums/topic/54026/
Any chance of swapping these confusing text blocks in specs with a much more readable and user-friendly table?
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Thanks again for joining this drop! We have submitted the group's order with the vendor for the Thermarest Prolite Sleeping Pad (Regular) and they are working hard to prepare it for shipment.

As soon as the group's order is ready at the vendor's location, they will send the bulk shipment to our warehouse in New Jersey where our warehouse team will break it up into individual orders and ship them. The current estimated ship date from our warehouse is 3/2.

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This thing is impossible to use while standing, I tried for 3 hours and kept falling in the water. This is by far the worst paddleboard I've ever used.
Being that im 6'6", if this was in large I'd order right now
I'm a huge Therm-a-rest/MSR/Platypus fanboi, I'll admit it. My wife and I each have one of these pads for our odd car camping trips. They even get used in the back of our Jetta Sportwagen and on our living room floor (and others' living room floors) from time to time. They're not our lightest pads, not the easiest to strap to a pack, but they're fantastic in chilly weather and the durability and comfort level of these pads (ours are 10? years old) is great.
***tl;dr- My experience is in line with 100's of reviews online. I have no regrets having bought these pads.
I have this. It's very small, very light, pretty comfortable, and good with a good bag, it's good down to ~40 degrees. It stores at the size of a Nalgene bottle.

One note is the way it folds and rolls, it's mean to be carried on the inside of a bag, not the of a bag in the traditional way.
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I love this sleep pad when it not too cold and I do roll it and strap it outside my pack. If you skip keeping it in the bag it rolls just fine. Also Themarest suggests storing it unrolled especially between seasons. I keep mine unrolled under a spare bed. Great sleep pad.
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i got one, because it was the smallest they carried. i cant vouch for -40 but i find it to be more comfortable than bigger/puffier ones that i got my kids. rolling it up is fun, and quick!
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