When you’re out on the road exploring, fishing or hiking all day - the last thing you want to do is toss and turn all night because you’re not as comfy as you’d like to be. The Darche All Terrain Mattress 1100 provides a layer comfort on top of your stretcher, in your tent, or in your swag so you can drift off blissfully while sleeping out under the stars.
You’ll be ready in the morning to spring out of bed for another beautiful day in the great outdoors, as the non-slip base will keep you cushioned and comfortable all night. The durability of Darche products means the kids and the dog can roughhouse on it, and it’ll stay in one piece for many future uses.
You can get the most out of your camp gear by using it for more than just alfresco activities, as Darche mattresses are fantastic to keep on hand for when you get an impromptu house guest knocking on your door.
High-density foam for comfort
Quick self-inflation/deflation valves
Curved corners to fit it wherever you need it
Water-resistant outer shell
Carry bag included
195L x 110W cm
114L x 25W x 25H cm
Open Cell Foam
Will this work in a darche roof top tent 1 answer
I'm wondering whether this will work with my darche rtt. Ideally I would like to replace it as the mattress. Would it be possible for it to be deflated and squash down when not in use? ie stay in the tent when its folded down?
Sarah - Adelaide (6 years ago)
If may work Sarah, but I couldn't say for sure. The things you would want to check is if the thickness of the mat is going to impede the folding of your rtt. You would also need to ensure there are no pinch points that could puncture the mat and that the dimensions fit within your rtt. Darche has a replacement mat called the RTM 1400 for their 1400 wide rtt's which is 8cm thick, this one is 9.5cm which may cause some hassle. We don't stock the Darche RTT 1400 but could look at getting it in for you if oyu think it would be suitable. Give us a call on 1300 914 007 if you would like us to do this, we'll grab some details and get back to you with more information. ~ Ben
Ben - Snowys(6 years ago)
Darche, Exped or Blackwolf2 answers
My wife and I have been sleeping on a high quality queen air mattress for a while, and a great sleep is the #1 requirement to enjoyable camping for us. So size and max comfort are top priorities. I am 6â€™3â€™ and a muscular 120KG, my wife is 5â€™5 and 60KG. I was thinking about ditching the queen air in favour of 2 single mats which would give us more width. The darche is appealing because itâ€™s so much wider than the other options, and two would give us more width than our home king size... but I do not want to compromise on comfort for width. I have a turbo twin 300 and landcruiser so room is no issue. Can you give me the best advice possible regarding comfort and quality of this compared to the exped and blackwolf? I am definitely leaning more toward the exped over blackwolf. But the darche width has really got me interested. Iâ€™m also still dubious on whether these mats actually offer more comfort than an air mattress purely due to overall width - despite the foam and all that surely the thinner mats cannot support my 120KGs and keep my hips and shoulders/elbows etc from touching ground during the evening. And therefore waking up with hip/back pain??
Iâ€™ll pay a premium for comfort but not sure if sleep mats are all hype to be honest?
Jez - Sydney(6 years ago)
The main difference between an airbed and a foam mat when it comes to comfort is the warmth a foam mattress provides. The added benefit of going with 2 single mattresses is that you can inflate yours more than the wife's so that you're both comfortable. You can also join the two mats together with a Coupler Kit. As for comparing the different mattresses you've mentioned, I personally have a Zempire Megamat & love it. I'm more towards your wife's end of the scale than your end when it comes to size. I tried pushing a knee into the Darche All Terrain Mattress 1100 on our shop floor and whilst putting all my weight into my one knee, I could touch the floor but it didn't feel hard to touch. The benefit of a foam mattress is that you can still inflate it a little extra to add strength to it because there is air inside all that foam. I do think you'd be pleasantly surprised at how comfortable a camp mat can be when you go for a good quality one.
Ben - Snowys(6 years ago)
Not a worry at all mate. I do find that self-inflating mats are better when it comes to puncture resistance. As for comparing the others. I can help with that but it might be a bit of an essay. Feel free to give us a buzz on 1300 914 007 and ask for me and I can go through all the bits and bobs of all the different mattresses over the phone with you.
Ben - Snowys(6 years ago)
Ridgedome Swag1 answer
Will the Darche All Terrain Mattress 1100 fit inside
the Darche Ridgedome Swag, or would the 900
be better suited.
I note that the dimensions of the swag and the 1100
mattress are almost identical.
Philip Gausden - Narembeen WA(6 years ago)
It will be a tight fit, but you shouldn't have a problem fitting the Darche All Terrain Mattress inside the Darche Ridgedome Swag. You could go for the 900 but there will be excess 10cm on each side.
Emily - Snowys(6 years ago)
Is this mat the same type as the one that comes with the dusk to dawn swag only thicker?1 answer
or is it different
Jason - Ridgewood(7 years ago)
These are essentially the same except the All-Terrain is a self-inflating mat.
Troy - Snowys(7 years ago)
Hi guys, you've got the ATM 1100 listed as 7.5cm thick and on the Darche site, it's listed as 9.5cm thick. Is it 9.5? cheers.
John - Ballarat(7 years ago)
The Darche All Terrain Mattress 1100 measures around 7.5-8cm thick, based on our display model that we have inflated in store.
As these mattresses have been packed tightly since they left the manufacturer, they are usually compressed significantly and that does require them to be allowed to breathe for a few hours to obtain their true dimensions and thickness.
The Darche mattress is also Bonded whichÂ means that the outer fabric and the foam interior are glued together. This means that there is nowhere for the air to go when you lay on it other than between you and the ground.
Generally with mattresses the thicker the better, however with bonding you can get away with a mattress that is a little thinner and still get great support and a sound nights sleep!
Nick - Snowys(7 years ago)
This V's Oztrail 4wd mats?1 answer
I'm after mats for my kids, I'm needing to fit three mats in side a black wolf cabin 450 on one side. is darche better because they are bonded? but they are only 7.5cm thick compared to the non bonded Oztrail mats at 10cm thick. darche isn't that much dearer but the oztrail have a better variety of sizes.
emma - wollongong(7 years ago)
Hi Emma. Thanks for your question. The differences between bonded and non bonded is where the outer fabric is glued to the foam on the inside. The benefit of this is that the compressed air when you lay on the mattress has nowhere to go other than between you and the ground, giving you a better and more supportive feel. Non bonded mats will allow for the sides to balloon when the air is pushed out from under you, and you rely on the foam in the mattress to do most of the work. This means the mat is generally a bit thicker to accommodate for the extra support needed.