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Sea to Summit

Comfort Light Insulated Sleeping Mat

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17 Doherty St, Brendale QLD Mon - Fri: 9am - 5.30pm
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Featuring a dual layer zoned construction, the Sea To Summit Comfort Light Insulated Sleeping Mat not only looks awesome, it introduces a new benchmark for comfort and warmth in lightweight trekking and hiking mats.

Air filled cells function in a similar manner to a pocket spring mattress with single layer cells in the head and feet areas and dual layers in the torso to create a mat with an outstanding balance between comfort and weight.

Thermolite® fill and silver coated Exkin® Platinum fabric insulate and reflect heat back to your core which when combined with the comfort of body conforming air cells can often lead to impatience amongst your trekking party and abandonment of those sleeping-in every morning.

  • Insulated, air filled mattress
  • Multi-function inflate/deflate valve
  • Individually factory tested
  • Antimicrobial - OK to inflate with your breath
  • Includes stuff sack and 3M® repair kit
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External Dimensions:
184L x 55W cm
Packed Dimensions:
23L x 11W x 11H cm
Mat Thickness:
6.3 cm
40D Ripstop Nylon
Fill Material:
Available Separately
0.62 Kg
Suggested Use:
Hiking | Trekking
Limited Lifetime
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Feb 20 2018

Fab mat.

Ordered on Sunday, Received on tuesday. Impressive service Snowy's you have my business. I had to set it up as soon as I opened the package. Inflated it in under a minute (not bad for a first time) and super comfy. Glad I went for the comfort light. Packs super small and light. I didn't notice the noise others talk about, but then again I'm in the lounge room. Looking forward to testing this in the field and forrest at the end of a days hike :)

- Fremantle, WA
Feb 09 2018

Very comfy, lightweight but so noisy

Fabulous product - lightweight, easy to inflate and deflate, extremely comfortable. Major problems is the loud squeak it makes every time you move which wakes everyone up in close proximity- so you need to sleep in a single tent far away from your group.

- Launceston, TAS
Jan 15 2018

So loud!

The mat is really comfy, light and compact but unlike the other reviewers I found it really loud! Every time I moved it makes loud squeaking and creaking sounds. My hiking buddies now make fun of me for the 'loudest mat in the world' because it bothered them all night. I wish I paid a bit extra to get something quieter.

- Melbourne, VIC
Jan 04 2018

Light weight, compact and comfy!

There's nothing not to like. It's first perfectly back into its bag every time, deflates in seconds and takes only 2 goes at the inflatable dry sack to be full! Did I mention it's light and compact? And oh so comfy!

Nov 22 2017

Great mat!

Light weight, packs small and very comfortable!

- Melbourne, VIC
Nov 17 2017

Great mat comfy and compact

I have slept on it over 10 times now and is comfy as! Packs down to the size of a Nelle bottle. The talk of it making a noise is a lot of bull. Great product but not for the gram counters they like to sleep uncomfortable!!

- Hunter Valley NSW
Sep 27 2017

A happy side sleeper!

A fabulous mat! It is lightweight and compact. Loved the fact I could sleep on my side. Only downside is that it's quite noisy when you move around.

- Cairns QLD
Aug 21 2017

very comfy

one of the most comfortable sleeping mats I have slept on! plus it is ultra light for that comfort, so rate it as the best sleeping mat for hiking and camping yet made.

- Pt Cook
Jul 07 2017

Comfortable and warm

I just used this mat for the first time over a few nights in Freycinet National Park here in Tassie. I'm not sure how cold it was overnight (Freycinet is pretty mild in winter) but I was certainly warm and comfortable. I missed the width of my old Exped mat (I had a "wide") but there's always the trade-off between comfort and weight. It is a little bit noisy but could be worse. I LOVE how easy it is to get back into its little sack - I can't stand gear that's almost impossible to pack away. That factor and it's packed size alone make it a winner for me.

- Lower Longley
Jun 03 2017

Slept well!

I really wanted to give myself the best chance of a good nights sleep while out on the trail. This mat lived up to my high expectations. It is light and small to carry, it is easy and quick to pump up with the little stuff sack pump (purchased separately). I felt really comfortable and it was warm. There is a bit of a rustling noise when you move, but with my daughter & I both sleeping on one each next to each other, any noise it made did not keep me up.

- Renmark
Response from Snowys Jun 05 2017

Thanks for your review Deanna. There has been much talk about the noise made by Sea To Summit mats. Those who work at Snowys who own them have, much like yourself, not found noise to be an issue, particularly at the end of a day of adventure. Thanks for the feedback. ~ Ben.

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Is the noise still an issue with these Sleeping Mats2 answers

Is the noise still an issue when you turn over when sleeping on these Sleeping Mats. A lot has been said about it in the reviews?

- Cromer NSW(3 weeks ago)

G'day Rob,

The ripstop nylon that the Sea to Summit Comfort Light Insulated Sleeping Mats are made from makes for a really durable mat. The side effect, however, is that they do tend to be a bit crunchy in sound when you roll over on them. If you're a deep enough sleeper, you won't notice this at all but if you're prone to waking at the slightest sound, then maybe this mat isn't the ideal one for you. 

- Snowys(3 weeks ago)

G'day Rob,

You'll be sacrificing a little bit of weight but I reckon you would probably be best looking at one of the Sea to Summit Self Inflating Mats. They'll be a lot quieter for you whilst you you're sleeping. 

- Snowys(3 weeks ago)

R Value per seasons1 answer

I was wondering if this mat would be recommended for only winter months ? Due to the R rating value.

- Chatswood(3 months ago)

G'day Ben,

R-Value represents the resistance to the temperature which makes it valuable both in winter and summer months as it 'resists' the warmth and cold coming from the ground. As such, the Sea to Summit mats, depending on the environment being used in, are very effective in both summer and winter months.

Summer warmth typically doesn't require as much resistance as winter cold does, which makes considering the R-Value for winter months more beneficial.

- Snowys(3 months ago)

packed size1 answer

Does this pack down significantly smaller than the standard insulated comfort plus (small)? I have looked online at the dimensions of all the mats but don't think it is terribly accurate. I own the STS Ultralight insulated in large (hubbys mat) and I have the Comfort Plus Insulated (small). I think my mat is just a tad on the bulky size so was looking to save a bit of space in my pack, without compromising on my comfort too much. Thoughts?

- NSW(3 months ago)

G'day JC,

I like you're thinking, but ultimately, only you can decide if it's worthwhile to downsize from the Comfort Plus to the Comfort Light. As you say, you'll save a little bit of space and weight, while also compromising on comfort.

I've just gone and doubled check some of the measurements and they all appear to be correct. Some may be half a cm bigger than listed but this is all dependant on how people roll them up etc.

I'm not sure if you're aware, but as you select different sizes on the right-hand side below the product name, the dimensions will change to suit the size.

- Snowys(3 months ago)

Does the large size fit into the jet stream?1 answer

To keep weight and packing sizes down I was thinking of just using the pump sac but I'mm not sure if the large size will fit into the jet stream.

- Melbourne(7 months ago)

This is a good question Stewart, and not one that seems to have been addressed anywhere previously.

Just looking at the packed products alongside the Jetstream Pumpsack, the mats that would appear to fit comfortably are the non-insulated Comfort Light and the Ultralight range of mats in all sizes. The XS Ultralight insulated may fit at a squeeze, but any the other mats, particularly the insulated models will probably be a hassle to squeeze into this pumpsack. I hope this is useful.

- Snowys(7 months ago)

I'm 163cm tall, so size wise1 answer

will the small at 168cm be OK or should I opt for the regular size mat?

- Ashburton(9 months ago)

G'day Sue, 

For your height, it looks like the small is going to be the better fit. You could go for the regular size if you prefer a more spacious mat - it's really up to you as to what you'd be most comfortable with, and if you don't mind carrying the extra little bit of weight and volume. 

- Snowys(9 months ago)

What is the size of the small mat?1 answer

I am 161cm tall. I was thinking about the regular for extra comfort, but just want to check. Thanks

- Perth(10 months ago)

G'day Rikeesha,

The length of the Comfort Light Insulated Small Mat is 168cm making it a perfect fit for you. In comparing the small and regular sizes, there is no difference in thickness, so there is unlikely to be any difference in comfort.

- Snowys(10 months ago)

Do I need a pump for this mat? And what size should I get if I'm 159cms tall?1 answer

Comfort light insulated may

- Mount Eliza (10 months ago)

G’day Aneeta,

You can actually inflate this mat with your breath, but we would recommend that you pick up either the Jet Stream Pump Sack, or the Air Stream Dry Sack which will make inflation so much easier.

Most hikers try to save on as much weight and space as possible, but I would probably recommend going for the small size which is 168cm, that way your feet won’t dangle over the edge of the mat and leave you cold. 

- Snowys(10 months ago)

How do you choose a size for these mats?1 answer

how do you chose a size for this brand? I'm 173cm tale.....

- NORTHCOTE(1 year ago)

G'day Daniel, 

On the product page where it says 'Choose from 3 sizes', select the arrow drop down, and you'll be able to choose from small, regular or large.

As you're 173cm tall I would choose from the regular size (184cm long) and the large (201cm long) depending on what length you would prefer. 

- Snowys(1 year ago)

Could you please explain R value?1 answer

- LARGS NORTH, SA(1 year ago)
R Value is a measure of thermal resistance David, or in simpler terms a measure of how well the material resists cold or heat transferring from one side to another. It is the same measure used for the insulation in the ceiling of your home, the higher the R-Value the better the ability to retain or maintain temperature.
- Snowys(1 year ago)
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