Sea to Summit Mats

Sea to Summit Sleeping Mat, 228 kb

UltraLight Mat

Mountain Boot Company, 114 kb
For those looking to count grams and save as much weight as possible the Ultralight Mat fits the bill perfectly. The mat is constructed using a single layer of Air Sprung Cells. These operate in the same way as a pocket sprung mattress, where each cell deforms independently as the sleeping mat conforms to your body and evenly distributes the pressure across the mat.

Tech Specs

  • Weight: 395g (Size Regular)
  • Length: 183 x 55cm (Size Regular)
  • Thickness: 5cm
  • Shape: Mummy
  • R Value: 0.7
  • Pack Size: 7.5 x 17 cm

​RRP: £90

Comfort Plus Insulated Mat

Mountain Boot Company, 141 kb
The Comfort Plus mat is ideal for those where weight is not a major concern and where ultimate comfort is the priority. Using the same Air Sprung Cells technology as the UltraLight Mat the Comfort Plus features a dual layer construction, both of these layers can be inflated independently. This means the bottom layer can be inflated to a high pressure to provide protection on rough ground, whilst the top layer can be inflated to a level which you find comfortable. The mat is also constructed using Thermolite insulation to prevent convective heat loss between your body and the ground.

Tech Specs

  • Weight: 785g (Size Regular Mummy)
  • Length: 183 x 55cm (Size Regular Mummy)
  • Thickness: 6.3cm
  • Shape: Mummy or Rectangular
  • R Value: 5
  • Pack Size: 12 x 23cm (Regular Mummy)

RRP: £165

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