For the camping companions who seek to meet rugged with royalty – the Comfort Deluxe Self Inflating Double Sleeping Mat by Sea to Summit is built for blissful outback slumbers.
With insulated comfort that climbs to ten centimetres in height, an R-value reaching 6.5, and a soft, stretchy top fabric – set up camp in the clouds and doze into a divine state of dreaming. A laminated TPU anti-slip print on the base of the mat also means you can stay grounded on any gradient. Owed to PU foam engineered with Delta Core Technology and diagonal supporting walls, enjoy improved insulation from directly below as well as compact rolling. Coupled with the multi-functional valve for easy inflation and deflation, set-up and pack-down are efficient – taking you from hitting the sack to hiking the slopes. Double the room means double the dreaming, where a consistent warmth along the full length of the mat has you drifting at sundown and sleeping into sunlit mornings.
Carry on from mountain crest to much-needed rest, with the Sea to Summit Comfort Deluxe Self Inflating Double Sleeping Mat.
ASTM F3340-18 R-Value: 6.5
10cm of insulated comfort
Anti-slip, extrusion laminated TPU mat base to aid in camping on slopes
Delta Core Technology PU foam
Luxurious stretch fabric
Multi-functional valve for easy inflation and deflation
Consistent warmth throughout length of the mattress
PillowLock feature prevents pillow from slipping
6.5 | ASTM F3340−18
201L x 132W cm
70L x 30W x 30D cm
30D Stretch Knit Top Fabric | 75D TPU Polyester Base
Delta Core™ PU Foam
Sea to Summit1 answer
Where are the insulated beds made?
Lisa - Forster, NSW(8 months ago)
Sea to Summit has a dedicated Sea to Summit owned, operated, and managed factory in China. Other brands will approach an already established factory and ask them to make more generic gear, but thats not the case with Sea to Summit. Everything is designed and manufactured to exacting standards, controlled by the S2S team at every stage.
Lauren - Snowys(8 months ago)
Seat to Summit vs Exped Megamat1 answer
Which of these would you recommend? The Exped seems most popular but the stats on the Sea to Summit look better, including lifetime warranty?
Josh - Perth, WA (1 year ago)
It's a hard one! They're both pretty fantastic mats, coming from high end, reputable brands. Sea to Summit are traditionally known for lightweight adventure/hiking gear, so their Comfort Deluxe is only fairly new - maybe around a year - when compared to the Exped. I think in terms of popularity, that is largely due to the fact that the Exped name has dominated the market for such a long time. Having personally laid on both, I find the Sea to Summit slightly more comfortable, but I am aware that comfort depends on the individual. We have a few great reviews on the single version of this mat, so I'd say whichever one you choose you'd be happy.