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 al fresco activities, as Darche mattresses are fantastic to keep on hand for when you get an impromptu house guest knocking on your door.
or is it different
These are essentially the same except the All-Terrain is a self-inflating mat.
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.
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 which 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!
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.
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.
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