When you’re out on the road, 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 900 provides that extra bit of 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.
I'm debating on what matt to buy my kids, i don't want the cheapest because if hubby or i need to sleep on them we want to be comfortable with our bad backs! we have the exped, what is this compared to like them, if you lay on them in the store can you feel the difference just laying on them?? the exped is amazing but i can't afford three more for the kids!! what are these like comfort wise and space wise when folded compared to the exped? is there any other ones you highly recommend around this price and size? whats the oztrail like in comparison to these as I'm debating on those too, this verse oztrail i think? i need to make a decision soon as we are going camping!!!
I know it can be hard to make a choice once you've used an Exped Megamat - they are just so darn comfy!
The Darche All Terrain mat is fairly new to us, but it is well contructed and quite comfortable for a mat of it's make and price point. Compared to the Megamat, the All Terrain packs up up bigger, and weighs more than the Exped so that's something to think about.
The Oztrails 4WD mat is heavier, and is the most different from the Megamat from trying them both in store.
The Zempire Bomberpad is what comes to mind when I think of value and comfort - and from asking some of the staff in store, they agree.
I have got this one out and compared it to the Megamat - and for the price, the Bomberpad feels the most comfortable compared to All Terrain and Oztrail. So if you're after three mats on a budget I'd say that the Bomberpad would be the way to go.
what size are these when back in their bag?
I've checked this for you, and the packed measurements of the Darche All Terrain 900 mat are 94L x 25W x 25H cm.
I'd say from looking at the range that this mat is an average packed size for a camping mat - it's definitely not made to be very compact like a hiking mat so that's something to keep in mind.
what is the r value on the darche matts? ta
The Darche All Terrains don't come with an R-Value. But, due to their thickness and the amount of 'stuff' in them, it would be much higher than a lightweight hiking mat.
These mats will provide a great buffer against even very cold (or hot) ground - anything you're likely to face car camping in Australia, at least. Hope that helps.
Hello Snowys. Are the Darche All Terrain Mattress range bonded or non-bonded?
I've just double checked for you, and all of the mattresses in the Darche All Terrain Mattress range are fully bonded.
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