Tired of waking up tired while camping? It’s time to upgrade your sleeping mat. Change the way you wake up with the 3D Fatmat series from OZtrail,
The 3D Fatmat Lite is the ultimate in comfort and convenience with its exceptional warmth, easy inflation and a super-compact pack down. The 10 cm thick open-cell memory foam follows the contours of your body to evenly distribute weight and offer the maximum support a lite camp mat can provide. No more elbows pushing through to the cold ground. The 3D Fatmat Lite is the ideal solution for your swag, stretcher or small tent. Heavy duty but soft feel pongee fabric means comfort and durability all round with no slipping on the base of your tent or stretcher.
The 360° wide open twist valve is big and easy to adjust to make your setup and pack down time quicker than ever before. Just twist to inflate and twist again to deflate. Two extra hook and loop crank straps are provided in addition to the carry bag with compression straps to ensure your sleeping mat packs down to the smallest size possible.
30D stretch pongee fabric top and sides for comfort and quietness
75D base fabric for durability and stability
Water-resistant TPU coating
10cm thick 3D high-density, open-cell, hollow-core memory foam for warmth and support
Carry bag with compression straps and repair kit included
Additional hook and loop compression straps to make sure it packs down as small as possible
Not Specified by OZtrail
198L x 68W cm
70L x 25W x 25H cm
TPU Coated 30D Stretch Pongee Fabric Top & Sides | 75D Base
High Density, Open Cell Cross−cored Memory Foam
Camping | Swags | Stretchers | Small Tents
Fatmat lite with OZtrail Easy Fold Single Stretcher1 answer
How well does the 3D Fatmat Lite fit with the OZtrail Easy Fold Single Stretcher? Is it a good combination for stretcher/mattress? Thanks :)
Michelle - Devonport, TAS(4 months ago)
Yes, the Fatmat Lite and the Easy Fold Single Stretcher are a great combination. The mat is a little narrower than the stretcher, however, this won't be a worry.
Leece - Snowys(4 months ago)
Additional Air1 answer
Does the valve allow you to blow in some extra air to make it firmer, like the red comfort bonded mattresses do, or is this not necessary because the memory foam expands enough to make it firm?
Richard - Quindalup, WA(5 months ago)
Yes, you can add additional air if you require a firmer mattress, but you need to do that manually and not with an electric pump. Any over-inflation can tear the bonding between external fabric and foam, so manually pumping it in will ensure that doesn't happen.