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A simple foam mat with a removable cover, the Oztrail Camp Mat 50mm is a no fuss, easy care mattress for use camping or at home. The upper is a breathable polycotton, while a water resistant, easy clean base minimises moisture take-up from the ground. A perfect way to add a little more comfort to an old camp stretcher.

  • 50mm High density open cell foam.
  • Removeable, washable cover.
  • Breathable polycotton top surface.
  • Includes webbing straps for storage and transport.


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External Dimensions:
190L x 60W cm
Packed Dimensions:
65L x 20W x 20H cm
Mat Thickness:
5 cm
Fill Material:
High Density Open Cell Foam
2.15 Kg
Suggested Use:
1 Year
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Sep 17 2015

Just foam

This mat does not compare in comfort to the self inflating style camp mats. Just a slab of foam with a very lightly constructed thin cover. Not at all comfortable. Not recommended. Low cost = poor product.

Response from Snowys Sep 18 2015

G'day Michael. We're sorry to hear that your not finding your camp mat very comfortable. It is our entry level no-fuss mat, which we recommend for extra padding on a stretcher. Please give us a call on 1300 914 007, we might be able to work out a solution for a better nights sleep. Laine

Suitable for kids?1 answers

wanting to use these for children up to approx age 12 for slumber parties. Would this be suitable? Can this be rolled up for transport or do they stay flat?

- Hervey Bay(1 month ago)

G'day Kirsten, 

The Camp Mats are a good option for occasional use such as slumber parties, as they're an entry level mat - and as for storage, you can store them rolled up with the included webbing strap or you can leave them flat depending on your preference.

- Snowys(1 month ago)

Thinking of using a second mattress for a bit more comfort. I areas you have one like this but wake up feeling the stretcher will this help 1 answers

- MERBEIN, VIC(11 months ago)
This will certainly add some padding and insulation to any stretcher Greame. The things I recommend considering are firstly the size of the mattress in respect to the size of your stretcher, you want to make sure it is about the same length and width. And secondly if you are a restless sleeper you may want to think about how to keep the mat in place. Some straps or a fitted sheet may help here.
- Snowys(11 months ago)

Warmth??1 answers

Guys I'm looking for a good self inflating pad, this caught my eye. Can you advise thermal capabilities as I do feel the cold and looking at camping through the south coast of SA

- Salisbury heights(1 year ago)
Hi Mark, this mat is an open cell foam mat, not of the self inflating type. Insulation ratings are generally not given for this type of mat, you would find them to be limiting in the depths of winter. I recommend looking at the Explore Planet Earth Sim Camper F60 (Snowys code 43720). It is a little more expensive, but is self inflating and will provide much better insulation on cold ground. I estimate the mat would have an insulation rating of R4 - R5 which is more than adequate for a South Australian winter.
- Snowys(1 year ago)

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