Price Paid: $59
I purchased the three-quarter length version and have never had a problem. I chose to have a wider and thicker pad to sacrifice the length. The only time you really need anything under your legs is in the winter and you can always shove your coat and extra clothing under your legs.
I recommend getting the Therm-A-Rest chair to go along with this. Great to relax in after a long day of hiking. Just make sure if you're sitting around a fire to move it away if you get up for a bit. I haven't found out what a spark will do to the pad and I don't want to. Even though I haven't had to repair it yet, the little a repair kit weighs is well worth bringing.
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Here's what other sites are saying:
The Therm-a-Rest CampLite sleeping pad is bigger but lighter than previous models.
- Backcountry Outlet
Hit the trails free and easy knowing you'll enjoy the extra comfort of an oversized mattress at the end of the day. A long, wide and thick mattress, yet the CampLite(TM) from Therm-a-Rest(R) is still light enough for backpacking.
- FogDog Sports