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How should I inflate my self-inflating mat the first time ?


For the first time use, the mat will require a few breaths during the first inflation as it has been compressed throughout the transit process and prolonged storage, but will then self inflating in normal temperatures.

How should I store my sleeping mat?


Self-inflating mats are best stored unrolled with un open valve when not being used. This is so they can become accustomed to this shape. Clean only with a damp cloth or sponge.
 

Is 3D shaped SELF-INFLATING SLEEPING MAT?


Insulated well enough for three-season temperatures?  Absolutely. The 3D shaped Self-Inflating Mat has a tested R-Value of 10.7– suitable for even really cold outside temperatures.
 

Easy to pack up ?


Relatively easy. The flip-over valve prevents the mat from drawing air back in while it is being rolled up – but a mat of this size – especially the Double - still requires some effort to pack into its stuff sack.
 

Small enough when packed to use for non-motorized travel ?


No. The packed volume is similar to a folding camp chair, so the 3D shaped Self-Inflating Mat is really not suitable for human-powered travel.

Cautions ?


Keep away from the fire and other possible sources of heat.
Avoid prolonged sun exposure.
Avoid using pumps.

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ETHER LIGHT AIR SPRUNG CELLS

Inspired by the springs of a modern pocket sprung mattress, dozens of interconnected chambers  perfectly support your weight and conform to your body contours. The Ether Light range uses loops of TPU material to connect the top and bottom welds. This produces a thicker cell to give you a plush sleeping experience.

DELTA CORE TECHNOLOGY

The innovative DELTA CORES foam system maximizes the comfort and thickness of our Self Inflating mattresses while minimizing weight and bulk. 40% of the initial volume of the PU foam is removed in horizontal Delta-shaped cores, giving minimal weight and packed size. Importantly, the top and bottom surface of the PU foam remain completely intact.

MULTI-FUNCTION VALVE

To ensure that you will be warm when you sleep (especially when the ground is colder), it is essential to know how well your sleeping mat resists heat loss into the ground. This resistance is known as an R-Value. A laboratory-tested R-Value is the only way to measure resistance to heat loss. Sea to Summit has always provided independent lab-tested R-Values for its sleeping mats. Since January 2020 we have used the industry standard ASTM F3340-18 test to provide R-Values for our mats. There are other factors which will determine how well a sleeping mat will insulate; but the standardized ASTM R-Value test means that you can compare resistance to heat loss in sleeping pads across different brands.

INTEGRATED PUMP SACK

The clever design opens at one end to stow the air mat and the other end unfolds to become the built-in pump. The integrated pumpsack can be inflated with a single breath and takes just two or three cycles to fill our mats. Not only is it faster than inflation by mouth, but there is minimal breath condensation entering the mat and it eliminates dizziness from blowing the mat up directly by mouth. The integrated pumpsack is also compatible with smaller products of air pillows.

ASTM F3340-18 R-VALUE TESTING

To ensure that you will be warm when you sleep (especially when the ground is colder), it is essential to know how well your sleeping mat resists heat loss into the ground. This resistance is known as an R-Value. A laboratory-tested R-Value is the only way to measure resistance to heat loss. Sea to Summit has always provided independent lab-tested R-Values for its sleeping mats. Since January 2020 we have used the industry standard ASTM F3340-18 test to provide R-Values for our mats. There are other factors which will determine how well a sleeping mat will insulate; but the standardized ASTM R-Value test means that you can compare resistance to heat loss in sleeping pads across different brands.