Snooze on your side in comfort, even on a lighter adventure with the Ether Light XT Mat from Sea to Summit.
This mat has large air pockets created from looped TPU baffles and has a massive 10cm of thickness to ensure that you’re comfy as you sleep on your side. The Ether Light XT is constructed from a grippy and durable 30/40D nylon fabric which is easy to repair in the field thanks to the included adhesive patches.
The multi-functional high flow rate valve makes deflation and adjustment a breeze, while the included Airstream™ Pump integrated into the stuff sack makes inflation simple. This mat has an anti-microbial Ultra-Fresh™ treatment to prevent mould from growing inside your mat and you can also easily attach an Aeros pillow if you have one thanks to the hook and loop PillowLock™ system.
If you’re searching for a mat that lets you sleep without your hips touching the ground, the Ether Light XT Mat from Sea to Summit was designed just for you.
ASTM F3340-18 R-Value: 1.2
Lightweight and grippy 30/40D nylon fabric
Ultra-Fresh™ anti-microbial treatment to prevent internal mould growth
Air Sprung Cells™ for a more comfortable sleep
Multi-functional, high flow-rate valve
PillowLock™ attaches an additional Aeros™ pillow to your mat
Field repairable and comes with self-adhesive patches included
Is the hook and loop PillowLock™ system included with this mat?
Ed - Pakenham (11 months ago)
Yes, the PillowLock™ system stick-on patches are supplied with the Ether Light XT Sleeping Mats.
Leece - Snowys(11 months ago)
I just started using a hammock. In your opinion would this be suitable to use in a hammoc on colder nights, I usually carry a bivy with me so I have options which the sleeping mat may be used in both?1 answer
I have found in the hammock I get cold without a liner. if the Mat was usable in the hammock and a bivy which I carry as well (don't always know what's available at the campsite) I am proposing to carry only the one mat to do the two sleeping options.
Ian - St Andrews Beach(2 years ago)
The Ether Light XT Sleeping mat isn't insulated, so, unfortunately, it isn't going to do much to help you out on cold nights. The insulated version of this mat might suit your needs in the bivvy, but this style of mat tends to not work overly well in a hammock, as the air cells really need a solid surface underneath them to perform to their designed capabilities.