I love this pad. I did however; buy the 2006 model…
Price Paid: $149.99
I love this pad. I did however; buy the 2006 model vs. the 2005 model. The difference, if I remember correctly, is the 2006 is 2.5 inches and the 2005 is only 2". Not sure on the thickness thing.
Also, the 2006 does not have the fleece cover to it. Big difference to me.
I bought the extra large pad. It is 30" wide and 2.5" deep. Wow, what a difference. The advertising boasts this is a car camping pad. Not for me. I will carry all 5 pounds of it. To me the pad is worth the weight. For an ultra light, I have the feeling it is way too heavy.
My first night up country in the Rockies was great. I slept like a log. I could not believe how well I slept. My old pad was also a Therm-a-rest, but it is only .67” thick. I do not sleep well on it at all.
The benifit of this pad, is also its drawback. I have…
Price Paid: 100 au
The benifit of this pad, is also its drawback. I have a three-quater one of these and it is so thick, that it needs to be used with a pillow to elevate your head enough to keep it in line with the pad.
I slept 40 nights on this pad last summer. Quality…
Price Paid: Gift
I slept 40 nights on this pad last summer. Quality material, comfortable and warm. I recommend.
Here's what other sites are saying:
Views, schmiews - with the kind of sleeping comfort offered by Therm-a-Rest's LuxuryCamp sleeping pad, you'll be more in the mood for tent-service croissants and cafe au lait. You're protected from the cold ground with a 2.5 inch layer of compressible foam with an R-value of 7, ensuring a good night's rest without getting chilled.
- Mountain Gear