From sleeping through the sunrise to coffee on the edge of the camp mat, pack the Supreme Snoozer Mattress 900 by Darche on your next outdoor overnighter.
At 10 cm thick when fully inflated, it’s soft-to-touch knitted surface and open cell, high-density foam work together to offer warmth, comfort, and support on those slumbers beyond suburbia. Boasting a 3D construction to maximise the sleeping area, a TPU laminated shell is both resistant to water and limits the moisture drawn from the foam. For a quicksticks setup and even faster pack down, a fast-flip valve offers one-way inflation and deflation for efficiency, while its foam is horizontally cross-cored to allow for a smaller packed size too.
With a large roll-top storage bag too for compact packing - roll in, roll out, and roll up the Darche Supreme Snoozer Mattress 900 with ease and efficiency only dreamed about!
100mm high when fully inflated
Soft-touch knitted sleeping surface for warmth and comfort
3D construction for optimal sleeping area
Open-cell, high-density foam for maximum comfort, support, and warmth
TPU laminated, water-resistant shell reduces moisture draw from foam
Fast flip-valve for efficient inflation/deflation
Horizontal cross-cored foam for reduced packed size
Large roll-top storage bag for easy pack-down
Ideal upgrade from swag mattress
Repair patches included
195L x 90W x 10H cm
97L x 22W x 22H cm
30D Stretch Knitted Polyester with Laminated TPU Coating | Bottom − 210D Polyoxford with Laminated TPU Coating | Side − Fully Bonded 3D Construction with Stretch Knitted Polyester with TPU Coating
Open Cell High Density 20kg/m3 Foam
Camping | Car Camping | Swag
Extra inflation1 answer
Can this mattress be inflated to increase the firmness without voiding the warranty.? I have a Darche Kozi that does not fully inflate in cold weather and is like sleeping on the ground. Darche advised that adding additional air would negate the warranty. Some other brands even supply a pump to assist in this regard.
Philip - Narembeen, WA(2 weeks ago)
Darche advises not to use a pump to inflate or deflate these mattresses as it can put pressure on the valves and stitching, damage the mattress and void the warranty. We couldn't recommend using a pump in this case.
You can inflate the mat manually with extra air to get this to your desired firmness, either via mouth or manual pump (although not recommended, a manual pump would be better). You would just want to be careful not to overinflate the mattress and may have to create a seal with your hand or similar.