Gear Review: TETON Sports ComfortLite XXL Camp Pad + Giveaway (Closed)

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  • Reviewed by: Campy Mom
  • Price (MSRP): $179.99
  • Category:
  • Best Use: Camping
  • Where to Buy: Amazon
  • Testing Location: Georgia
  • Time/Distance Tested: 2 nights of testing (many more to come).
  • Testing Environment: Low to Moderate Temperatures (mid 30's to 70°F)

Today, I am reviewing the TETON Sports ComfortLite XXL Camp Pad.  I recently reviewed their TrailHead Ultralight sleeping bag and was very impressed with it, so I readily agreed to review the ComfortLite self-inflating camp pad.


  • ComforTech stretch microfiber top.
  • Self-inflating.
  • Rapid inflation/deflation valves.
  • Velcro side attachment strips.
  • Non-slip heavy-duty base.
  • Horizontal insulating core.
  • Stuff sack included with offset shoulder strap.
  • Size: 78″ x 30″
  • Thickness: 3 inches
  • Pack weight: 4 lb 13 oz

TETON Sports ComfortLite XXL Self-Inflating Camp PadWhat We Like:

Inflates quickly on its own.  Just open the valves and it inflates.  Easy- peasy.

The velcro side attachment allows you to attach 2 camp pads together or double up 2 camp pads for extra comfort and insulation from the cold ground.

The top of the pad is very comfortable. It’s not too slick.Teton Sports Self Inflating Camp Pad

The non-slip base keeps the pad in place and from slipping around inside your tent.

Nice and thick.  Three inches thick, so it is comfortable and you don’t have to worry about sharp rocks poking you through it.  Just right for us car campers who don’t mind roughing it as long as we can find a comfortable place to sleep.

What We Are Not So Crazy About

It’s a little heavy for backpacking at 4 lbs 13 oz. It depends on your priorities- comfort vs very low weight.  We still love it for car camping.  Comfort is definitely our priority.

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The Bottom Line

The Teton Sports ComfortLite XXL Camp Pad is super easy to setup.  Just pull the 2 valves and within minutes it inflates.  The 3 inch thickness provides wonderful comfort, protection from sharp rocks, and insulation.  We also enjoy the XXL size.  At the end of the day, this self-inflating camp pad is great for car camping and backpackers who like a little extra comfort.

I was provided with the Teton Sports Camp Pad by the manufacturer to review.  The opinions are honest and my own.

The Giveaway is CLOSED.

I also have another TETON Sports ComfortLite XXL self-inflating sleeping pad to giveaway.  WooHoo!!  Enter the contest on the widget below.  That's easy enough, right?

More to Giveaway??

But wait, there's more.  TETON Sports is giving away even more camping gear-- in fact they are giving away a whole camping kit-- one piece at a time.  To enter  to win some of the other great pieces of camping equipment from TETON Sports, like for instance a tent, backpack, sleeping bag or cot simply visit the blogs below and enter the contest on their websites as well.  It's the TETON Sports Christmas Camping Giveaway (the contests on some of the other websites are still being posted. Check back throughout the week as more contests go live).

Enter to win a TETON Sports Outfitter XXL Quick Tent  Enter Here -CLOSED

Enter to win a TETON Sports Outfitter 4600 Ultralight Backpack  Enter Here -CLOSED

Enter to win a TETON Sports Adventurer Camp Cot Enter Here -CLOSED

Enter to win a TETON Sports Trailhead Sleeping Bag Enter Here -CLOSED

Good Luck and Happy Camping!

Must be at least 18 years old to enter and a US resident.  Contest ends December 15th at midnight.  Winner has 48 hours to claim their prize, otherwise another winner will be drawn.  To see a complete list of rules, please see the Rafflecopter widget.


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  1. I don’t actually camp in the winter anymore, so I can’t really comment. In fact, the only ‘camping’ I ever did in the winter was in the Army and then we had giant kerosene heaters in the tents, and they were big tents.

  2. Have activities planned. On the go and moving keeps you warm and having fun.
    Also change all clothes before going to bed. The clothes that you wear during the day will be damp even if you weren’t working up a sweat.

  3. Wendy Andrews says:

    I’m a cabin camper in the winter time!

  4. Definitely cabin camping in the winter. I need a warm space.

  5. Definitely love camping… but in winter… I don’t think, It’s a great idea, but I’ll try, thank you.

  6. I like cabins best but my son is gathering stuff to do tent camping

  7. I love tent camping because it’s easier with kids, but I would love to do more backcountry camping!

  8. allyson tice says:

    tent camping is awesome!!!

  9. I love to three-season backpack, but I just can’t get into loving sleeping on the snow. So I love to crawl out of my warm RV or cabin for winter fun!
    Thanks for a great blog!

  10. I’m all for camping in winter as long as I am toasty and warm. Otherwise it is a miserable experience.

  11. Hmmm… Not exactly camping when in a cabin, but a toasty fire, glass of bourbon, and window from which to watch the snow fall is pretty unbeatable.

  12. In the winter I stay toasty in a cabin with my family! For now I’ll leave the real camping for Summer.

  13. Kristen M. says:

    With three younger children, we’re all about tent camping. I look forward to introducing backpacking as the kids get older.

  14. A yurt would be fun! I’m a bit older now so like cabins but when I was younger I liked tent camping. ty!

  15. I would love to tent camp in the winter, but need the right equipment first. Right now I love staying in a yurt!

  16. My family and I don’t camp in the winter too cold for our little ones but if we did I would say cabin were we could stay warm ;-)

  17. Rhonda S. Phillips-Tenderholt says:

    I like Trailer camping. Never been Cabin camping and I think I’d like to try that sometime.

    Thanks for the chance to win!

  18. I so want to start winter camping in a canvas tent with wood stove!

  19. I like cabin for winter – it’s what I did for my honeymoon. Looking forward to trying camping in a tent, though. :)

  20. camping in the winter does get a little chilly, a camper of course is nice and cozy but a tent and a nice fire is the best I have to say. You can snuggle up and stay warm.

  21. If I am am to be tolerable, it has to be an RV. :)

  22. carol roberts says:

    cabin for winter

  23. That’s a tough out. I like the ease of the yurt, by far. It’s outside, in the woods, but not too far off the path of reality with the wife and kids. If had a chance I would like to backpack the AT (at least as far as I could). That would be the camping trip of a lifetime.

  24. cant wait to win this

  25. krista grandstaff says:

    We try to tent camp year round, only because Texas doesn’t get THAT cold… when I lived in Ohio, it was strictly cabin camping from late Sept. – April

  26. Although I would love to try so many other ways of winter camping, I swear I am part cold blooded and am alwasy freezing, so heated cabins are for me.

  27. I prefer cabins. A mixture of both worlds!

  28. We like to tent camp in winter. Since we live in south Florida, it doesn’t get too cold!

  29. I’m a tent camper plain and simple. I’ve stayed in cabins but that ain’t campin’, that”s relaxin’.

  30. So far, I’ve only experienced tent camping and sleeping in a screened shelter. I love my tent, but I wouldn’t mind trying camping in a cabin in Colorado!

  31. Winter camping is now trailer ca,mping but for over 30 years it was tent all the way, see what having a wife and kid will do to your freedom? LOL

  32. Valerie Kinney says:

    My favorite type of camping in the winter is a cabin or yurt. I live in Alaska so winter tent camping here is a little more adventurous that I like. I have camped in a unheated camper and woken up in the morning and it was 12 degrees though. i would happily camp year round if I had a 4 season camper though.

  33. Cristy Rice says:

    I perfer tent camping in winter but if it is too cold a cabin will do.

  34. I prefer camping in my cozy camper in the winter time.

  35. I do both RV and tent camping.

  36. I gotta get my camp on this summer. I just don’t know if I want to buy a tent. solution? Sleep under the stars

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