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Womens Prolite Plus Sleeping Mat

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Statistically speaking, women sleep colder, and have a shorter average height than their male counterparts. The Thermarest® Womens ProLite™Plus mat is tailored for these differences.

Less foam has been cut from the torso and foot section of the womens mat, resulting in better insulation values, and with a shorter mat length, the Womens ProLite™Plus actually weighs less than the Regular ProLite™Plus.

Thermarest® Womens ProLite™ mats are made in the USA to high standards, using quality die cut polyurethane foam laminated with a soft touch 50D Polyester upper, and 50D Soft Grip Nylon base. These lightweight, compressible materials come together in a tapered shape producing a highly packable product for lightweight adventurers.

  • Excellent balance of comfort and weight.
  • Thicker than the ProLite™ models for extra warmth.
  • R-value 4.6.
  • Made in the USA.
  • Colour: Burnt Orange Print.
  • Includes stuff sack.
Snowys Code:
Supplier Code:
S220 06088
External Dimensions:
169L x 51W cm
Packed Dimensions:
28L x 12W x 12H cm
Mat Thickness:
3.8 cm
50D Mini Hex Ripstop Polyester
Fill Material:
Polyurethane Foam
Self Inflating
0.57 Kg
Suggested Use:
Hiking | Trekking
Limited Lifetime

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Rates to what temp?1 answer

Hi, Just wondering I feel this had a temp rating as I want a mat for camping in about -4 temps. Thanks

- Alice springs (3 months ago)

G'day Sara,

I've just checked with Thermarest on their website and it looks like this Women's Prolite Plus Sleeping Mat with an R-Value of 4.2 will provide enough insulation down to around -7C. Naturally, these ratings are always variable depending on many factors like body warmth, quality of the sleeping bag, ground moisture etc, but it gives you a good guide to work from. If you'd like to have a look for yourself, you can view Thermarest's website here with the temperature chart on the right-hand side of the page.

- Snowys(3 months ago)

Thermarest prolite plus1 answer

Hi, I am researching Thermarest mats. I have heard there have been some significant changes between last season's prolite plus & the newer model. Can you explain the changes? Are there other mats which compare in both weight and warmth? If I was looking at hiking in spring and autumn, is it the most suitable choice? Thanks!

- BERWICK, VIC(1 year ago)
Hi Ruth, there was an update to Thermarest Mats back in 2014/15, but there have been no updates from 2015 until now. The changes involved making them lighter and more compact, they also updated the colours and included a stuff sack. In terms of a mat suitable for spring/autumn, you can't go wrong with a Thermarest, and the Prolite Plus will take you into winter. The only other range I would recommend looking at is the new Sea To Summit Mats. These are not self inflating instead requiring your breath or a pump sack for inflation, but they are super compact and reports so far are that they are very comfortable. Give us a call if you want to talk this over with one of our sales staff - 1300 914 007.
- Snowys(1 year ago)

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