Designed for divine outdoor dozing, the Comfort Plus Self Inflating Rectangular Sleeping Mat by Sea to Summit offers sublime siestas in every outback hangout.
With comfort that climbs to eight centimetres in height, an R-value that reaches 4.1 in cooler climates, and a 30-denier laminated TPU anti-slip print on the base of the mat – camp comfortably in the clouds while remaining grounded on the gradient. A roomy, rectangular-shaped mat of PU foam engineered with Delta Core Technology has weight and bulk reduced without trimming the fat on comfort or supportive qualities. Wake up warm after easy dreaming, with a consistent warmth along the full length of the mat and the 30-denier soft-touch stretch upper fabric. Owed to both the triangular Delta Core interior for compact rolling and a multi-functional valve for effortless inflation and deflation, be set up by sundown and backpacking by daybreak.
For a mat that takes the night shift so you can sleep soundly, Sea to Summit’s Comfort Plus Self Inflating Rectangular Sleeping Mat is your better bedtime choice.
8cm of insulated comfort
ASTM F3340-18 R-Value: 4.1
30-Denier soft, stretchy top fabric
Multi-functional valve for easy inflation and deflation
Delta Core Technology PU foam interior
30-Denier anti-slip, extrusion laminated TPU mat base to aid in camping on slopes
Wide, rectangular shape allowing more space
Consistent warmth throughout length of the mattress
4.1 | ASTM F3340−18
183L x 64W cm
34L x 22W x 22H cm
30D Stretch Knit Upper | 30D TPU Laminated Polyester Base
Delta Core™ PU Foam
Hiking | Trekking | Camping
Comfort vs STS Comfort Deluxe1 answer
How does the comfort of the STS Comfort Plus compare with the STS Comfort Deluxe? Would the Comfort Plus be suitable for a 100kg person? Looking at purchasing this as a gift for someone, for the use on multi-night adventure motorbike touring. The Comfort Deluxe (LW) would be preferable however, the packed dimensions of 79 cm would likely be too wide to practically mount and travel with, so the Comfort Plus (LR) is the other option, although just concerned about the comfort level in comparison?
Liam - Wodonga, VIC (3 months ago)
I agree the packed sized of the Comfort Deluxe wouldnt be as practical for motorcycle touring, although it does depend on the individual and what they're will ing to compromise on. The Comfort Plus has some great reviews, one from a moto tourer, and is really comfy despite being a bit thinner. The only issue with choosing a mat is that comfort is such a personal thing, and you can get opposing views from people on the same product!
I've had a quick search through all the reviews and feedback on mats across our website, specifically from Motorbike campers, just to see what other options ther are that people love. The top flags are the Etherlight Insulated in the Large Rectangular size, or the Exped Versa / Exped Ultra for cold weather (these are the upgrades of the older Synmat and Downmat which were our top moto camping mats). The other option which may be worth considering is the Exped Megamat Lite. Its 12cm thick and is the 'air filled' version of the top selling Exped Megamat. We don't have many reviews yet because its new to us, but they're an incredible mat option which packs quite small. We anticipate these will be a huge moto touring favourite.
Hope that helps, feel free to give us a buzz on 1300 914 007 if theres any further info we can help with.
Lauren - Snowys(3 months ago)
Manual pump1 answer
What is your recommendation for portable manual pump that fit this mat?
Antonia - Chadstone Centre, VIC (6 months ago)
The Air Stream Dry Sack will be your best bet for a manual pump option to suit this mat. Hope that helps!
Lauren - Snowys(6 months ago)
vs Sea To Summit Camp plus1 answer
What is the difference? Seems 0.5cm thicker, 0.2 less R value, very similar on page.
Chris - East Melbourne, VIC (12 months ago)
Yep, spot on. Those are the main differences, but the Camp Mat aslo has slightly different external fabrics. Essentially the Camp Mat is the base mat, and the Comfort Plus is mid range, with the Comfort Deluxe being the premium. All are excellent mats with great reviews, it just depends on your preferences & budget. Hope that helps.
Lauren - Snowys(12 months ago)
Can I use Exped air pump for this?1 answer
Hi, I have Exped air pump battery powered. Can I use this to inflate this sleeping mat faster? I want to avoid using my mouth to inflate. Thank you.
Min - Adelaide, SA(1 year ago)
Are you talking about the Exped Widget Pump? If so, then yes. Its not a straight forward fit, you need to give it a bit of a jiggle and push, but it does connect. Hope that helps!