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Default Therm-A-Rest ProLite vs. Prolite Plus - worth the extra weight?

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Actually the title already says it - I'm thinking about getting one of these and wanted to ask if anyone here has experiences with one or both of them?

Is the thicker Plus worth the extra weight/size? I try to keep my gear light weight but also enjoy a good night's sleep One other thought I had, was about the length. Do you usually have full-body-lenghts or would smaller sizes also do a good job?

Thanks for any input/thoughts on this.


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