MULTIMAT SUPERLITE COMPACT 25 SELF-INFLATING MAT- CHINESE RED/BLACK
- 20D rip-stop nylon fabric
- Easy valve can be locked while adding are by mouth
- TPU membrane for air-tight seal
- Mat supplied with stuff sack matching upper fabric retaining bands & repair kit
- Quality ultra-lightweight vertically drilled 16kg/m3 PU foam core for lasting performance and full inflation
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The Superlite 25 S is an extra-small extra-light self-inflating sleeping mat, designed like its full sized brother for ultra-light and ultra-compact competitive challenges and backpacking. The difference is, of course that this mat is shorter making it even lighter and even more compact when carried - and who could resist one of the lightest sleeping mats in the world Incredibly, it rolls up to the size of a packet of biscuits and weighs about the same! Yet it still provides vital cushioning and thermal insulation from the cold hard ground and it is fast to fully self-inflate and deflate so you can set up or break camp quickly. If you are going to extremes in weight reduction and want an extra-small extra-light self-inflating mat, the Superlite 25 S has got to be the mat of your choice.
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Top Customer Reviews
Since I first wrote this review I've taken it around New Zealand for three months and it performed very well indeed. I slept excellently. You have to be careful not to dig anything with sharp edges into it, but with that proviso (and it is pretty easy to stick a patch on if you do puncture it), it's very comfy. It self inflates (over a few minutes) but I usually top it up with a couple of breaths of air. Hard to beat for lightness allied to a comfy night's sleep. It's impressively close to the feeling of sleeping on a decent mattress!
The bag also comes with a handy pouch to keep the repair kit in. If you're trying to keep your backpack light but want the warmth and comfort, then I'd suggest going for this.
I've seen other mats for the same price that weigh twice as much...
Be sure to check the length of your roll mat so you don't end up with one too short/too long for your needs.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I'd give it five stars if they didn't claim it was 'self-inflating'. You still have to blow it up, but it's a hell of a lot better than one of those roll up bits of foam.Published on 26 Jun. 2014 by Heather Swanson
The first time I used this mat was only for one night. The second time I was blowing up the mat it appeared to have got an internal puncture, as a huge bubble appeared half way... Read morePublished on 30 Aug. 2013 by Wood job