Featuring a dual layer zoned construction, the Sea to Summit Comfort Light Sleeping Mat not only looks awesome but has set the benchmark for lightweightness and comfort.
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.
The Comfort Light is ideal for the hiker that doesn't like carrying a heavy pack and becomes an irritable bugger if he or she doesn't get a good night sleep!
Dual layer zoned construction
Multi-function inflate/deflate valve
Individually factory tested
Antimicrobial - Okay to inflate with your breath
Includes AirStream pump sack and 3M® repair kit
183L x 55W cm
17L x 8.5W x 8.5H cm
40D Ripstop Nylon
Airstream pumpsack integrated into stuffsack
Hiking | Trekking
R value please. Would this be warm enough to sleep on in 10 degrees?1 answer
R value please. Would this be warm enough to sleep on in 10 degrees?
Pat - Cairns(4 years ago)
You should be ok with the Comfort Light Sleeping Mat over summer, however, if you're using the mat in spring or summer we'd recommend an insulated mat with an R-value over 2. It would be worth having a read of this article which explains R-values, and how to maximise your entire sleep system.
Leece - Snowys(4 years ago)
does this come with a pump?3 answers
how does this pump up? if pump needed, does this come with a pump? if doesn't come with a pump then can you recommend a pump for this?
fiona - 2000(7 years ago)
The Sea to Summit Comfort Light Sleeping Mat doesn't come with a pump, you can inflate it with your breath - but for ease of use we would recommend using a pump.