Upgrade the mat in your swag, or add more comfort to your sleeping set-up with the Camp Plus SI Mat from Sea to Summit.
The Camp Plus SI is a thicker entry-level mat option to the original Camp Mat SI, with 7.5cm of height that prevents your hips from hitting the ground, and an R-value of 4.3 ASTM F3340-18. Its surface is made from abrasion-resistant 75D polyester with laminated TPU, with a multi-functional high flow rate reversible valve that's simple to inflate. Inside, horizontal delta coring reduces the bulk and weight without compromising comfort or robustness. To prevent your separately available Sea to Summit pillow from slipping about, this mat comes with the PillowLock™ system to keep it in place as you snooze. If you need to patch it up in the field, make use of the self-adhesive puncture repair kit included.
With versatility and comfort paramount all year round, you can’t go wrong with the Camp Plus SI Mat from Sea to Summit.
ASTM F3340-18 R-Value: 4.3
7.5cm of height
Designed for year-round use
Abrasion-resistant 75D polyester with laminated TPU
Multi-functional high flow rate reversible valve for easy inflation/deflation
Horizontal delta coring reduces the bulk and weight
PillowLock ™ system to keep separately available pillow secure
I am just wondering if I can push the valve down to secure it closed and to open it? It said to twist on bit of plastic around the valve but it seems to secure well just by pushing it in ? I don’t want to twist cause it looks like the plastic will snap but I also don’t want to ware out the valve if I am suppose to twist it on and off?
Sandra - Perth Airport, WA (4 months ago)
You can push the valve into place, you only need to twist the middle valve when changing over from inflate to deflate then push it in to secure. There is a handy video here that explains the process at 6mins - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jV_NJfQUSSs
Kaya - Snowys(4 months ago)
Rolling witdth1 answer
If I had a swag such as https://www.snowys.com.au/ranger-solo-plus-swag which normally folds in around its 45cm foam pad, would I be able to fold this mattress (large size 64cm) at the edges inside the swag so that it rolls up at its usual size (50cm)
Jesse - Perth, WA(1 year ago)
Unfortunately not without potentially causing damage to the internal foam structures of the mat, as they're not designed to be folded. Your best bet would be to remove the mat and roll separately, or look at a non-foam inflatable hiking mat alternative that can be easily folded.
Lauren - Snowys(1 year ago)
Mat Size1 answer
Hi Snowys, can you please provide the dimensions for the four different sizes of this mat?
Tom - Lawson, NSW (1 year ago)
Thanks for the question. Each of the sizes has the dimensions in the dot points but this is an excellent opportunity to summarise them. The dimensions for the four sizes are as follows-
Regular - 26L x 20.4W cm
Large - 33L x 21.6W cm
Rectangular Wide - 34L x 20.4W cm
Rectangular Large - 34L x 21.6W cm
Regular - 183L x 51W cm
Large - 198L x 64W cm
Rectangular Wide - 183L x 64W cm
Rectangular Large - 201L x 64W cm
All the above are 7.5cm thick when in use
Hope this helps!
Mike - Snowys(1 year ago)
Separate Pump1 answer
The information given says a pump is available separately for this mat, which pump is compatible with this mat?
Thien - Turrella, NSW(2 years ago)
Its the Aisr Sack pump, which you can find in the "You Might Also Like" section of the product page. If you are wanting a compact powered pump, the EXPED Widget is also compatible.
Lauren - Snowys(2 years ago)
PG Rated. Is thicker necessarily better? 1 answer
Ok lets face it I like my mattress fairly firm, pillow tops are not for me. I therefore will more than likely put a few puffs in a STS self inflating mattress to firm it up. Noting this, should I go for the 3.8 cm SI mat over the 7.5 cm camp plus Si mat to save a few $$$ and a little pack size/weight. Weight is not the highest priority as it will be used for motorcycle camping on a large capacity bike with a fair amount of luggage space. Appreciate your thoughts before I commit to a purchase.
Brett - Franklin, ACT(2 years ago)
The thickness comes down to comfort and what you're prepared to sleep on. I personally wouldn't be getting anything thinner than 7-8cm because I'm not keen on feeling the ground through my mat. I toss & turn a lot in my sleep which makes that more of an issue. If you're mostly a front or back sleeper, and doesnt move alot, the 3.8cm would be ok. The firmness of the mat comes down to the user and how much you do or don't want to pump it up. The other thing to consider is the R-Value of the mat, which tends to be lower in thinner mattresses. Any sleeping bags tested to ASTM standards are tested on an R-Value 4 mat. If your mat is less than this, your rated sleeping bag performance will likely be lower than stated.
Lauren - Snowys(2 years ago)
Comparable to red Comfort Plus SI?1 answer
G’day Snowys, I have the red Sea to Summit Comfort Plus SI mat for myself, which I am really happy with and I’m looking for an extra mat for my son. This one looks very similar, but will keep a few dollars in my pocket. I’ve been through the specs, and it looks pretty comparable but just wanted to ask if the material this one is made of is going to be louder than the red version? I love the soft top of the red, and think it will be good for minimising noise as he wriggles about overnight, but if this fabric is similar I might give this mat a go. Thanks, Lisa
Lisa - Somerville, VIC(2 years ago)
It's a different fabric, but has a similar look and feel, definitely not noisy in a crinkly way like some of their hiking mats are known to be. I think this is an excellent alternative that will save you some pennies, you won't be disappointed.
Lauren - Snowys(2 years ago)
Dimensions 1 answer
Hello i was wondering what the width is of the large camp plus SI mat at the foot end?
Troy - Lightsview, SA(3 years ago)
We've got one on display here fully pumped up, and the foot end on the Large Camp Plus SI Mat is measuring at 45cm wide.