The Sea To Summit Ultralight Insulated Sleeping Mat completely redefines what we perceive as a comfortable and lightweight mat for trekking and hiking.
This lightweight sleeping mat is dot weld constructed to create air filled cells that function in a similar manner to pocket spring mattresses. Confidently do away with a pump and inflate the mat with your breath, the durable rip-stop fabric is extrusion TPU laminated and has an antimicrobial treatment to resist the growth of mould.
The body conforming air cells combine with Thermolite® insulation and heat reflective silver coated Exkin® Platinum fabric in a comfortable, compact and lightweight package that may generate fits of jealousy amongst fellow lightweight hikers.
I've used this sleeping on rock platforms, sand, dirt and can say this is my most comfortable mat ever. I sometimes like to lie on my side and I think the dimples in the design help spread my weight when move on my side. I still havent figured out how to remove all the air after deflation in one go and have been needing to squeeze the air out twice before packing. Overall, the weight, the packed down volume and relative ease to inflate and deflate have made this a good purchase. Plus Snowy's delivered very quickly!
Very lightweight and compact but still comfortable.
comfortable even when sleeping on your side. Good insulation. Lightweight and packs down very small. Slightly squeaky but not a problem.
Haven't used it yet but I have full confidence it will be exactly as it should be.Service was wonderful.Will be back.
I recently used my new sleeping mat for 2 weeks in the 'Red Centre'. It is lightweight and packs down small. It provides a REASONABLY comfortable night's sleep , although it squeaks as you move around on it. Occasionally, in the middle of the night , I wished for more padding under my hips. Whilst the construction and material of the mat appear somewhat flimsy , I had no problem maintaining it's integrity during two weeks on hard ground.
I've only used this a couple of times, but I can safely say that it is very light to carry, very comfortable, and warm. I read reviews that said it was noisy. I didn't find that at all. After a couple of nights use, the air needed a top-up, but importantly, I wasn't let down overnight. I sleep on my back, and I could use elbow pads, but otherwise, this mat will cover 90%+ of my needs. S2S is a go to brand for good quality and light weight for me. I have more S2S products now than any other brand
This was recommended by a friend. When I first unpacked it, I wondered how something so small and apparently flimsy could work as well as he described. Well, I've just completed a 5 night, 100km hike with it, and its everything he said. Light, compact, a clever valve system makes it easy to inflate and deflate, and so comfortable. I woke every morning with no soreness in my back, feeling like I'd had a great nights sleep. Overall, an excellent piece of kit, well worth the money!
Very comfortable sleeping mat, although it may be a bit long for my small ultralight tent
Would the thermal rating be suitable for an Australian winter maybe down to 0 +/- a few degrees? Or should I look at the comfort plus range or alternate product.
The Sea to Summit Ultralight Insulated Sleeping Mat is a suitable to use in Australian winters, as it will act as a buffer to stop the transference of temperature.
If you'd like to have that little bit more cushioning, the Comfort Plus Insulated Sleeping Mat is a good option but it will be slightly heavier and bigger than the Ultralight.
I think that as long as you choose a mat that is insulated, you should be fine in Australian winter conditions.
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