A great all-rounder for casual adventures, the Camp Mat Self Inflating Mat from Sea to Summit provides comfort and insulation when you’re sleeping outdoors.
You can use this mat year-round as it has an R-value of 4.2 and provides 3.8cm of comfort as you doze. The shape is also a little bit wider which gives you extra room to move around. This mat has a durable and abrasion resistant 75D polyester with extrusion laminated TPU. The cored interior has smaller vertical Delta™ Cores™ where your hips feet and shoulders are for warmth and larger cores where you don’t need them to keep the mat lighter and smaller.
For simple inflation and deflation, this mat features a multi-functional high flow rate valve and has an attachment point for an optional pillow so you can keep it in place as you snooze. The Camp Mat Self Inflating Mat from Sea to Summit is the versatile and durable companion for your open-air expeditions.
ASTM F3340-18 R-Value: 4.2
Multi-functional high flow-rate valve
Abrasion-resistant 75D polyester with extrusion laminated TPU surface
Smaller Delta Cores™ in body contact areas for warmth
Larger cores in other areas to reduce weight and size
PillowLock attaches optional Aeros pillow to your mat
4.2 | ASTM F3340−18
183L x 64W cm
34L x 20.5W x 20.5H cm
75D Polyester | TPU
Hiking | Trekking
Top fabric1 answer
Hi Snowys, Is the top fabric the same as on the S2S Comfort Plus SI Rectangle Sleep Mat Double? If not, how does it compare regarding noise and softness? Thanks!
Lisa - Somerville(1 year ago)
The top surface of the Camp Mat is a little different to the Comfort Plus SI Mat. The Camp Mat uses a 75D polyester on the top which feels a little bit more industrial and can be a tad noisy if you're an active sleeper. The Comfort Plus SI has a 30D stretch knit top, which is a little less durable, however, it is very soft and comfortable, and doesn't produce much noise at all. Overall the Camp Mat is a great option but will be a little louder and rougher on the top.
Leece - Snowys(1 year ago)
Hi, Would this be a good match for the oztent bunker pro? Or need something thicker
Mat - GC(1 year ago)
You could use one of these in the Bunker Pro, however, we do find that most people opt for something a little thicker. Maybe have a look at the Comfort Plus SI, or the COmfort DLX SI mat, they're a bit thicker and will provide a little more comfort and insulation.