Forclaz 400 XL Self-inflating Hiking Mattress - Blue

    Designed for sleeping on MULTI-DAY HIKES/BIVOUACKING.

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    SKU: S132045 (2067673)
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    € 18.65
    Characteristics Designed for sleeping on MULTI-DAY HIKES/BIVOUACKING.
    Product Benefits
    1. Easy transport
      Weight 1100 g/Volume 11.8 L/Carry sack.
    2. Sleeping comfort
      Dimensions 195 x 60 x 2.5 cm.
    3. Warmth
      Ideal for mild temperatures (10°C to 20°C). Thermal insulation provided by foam
    4. Easy assembly / dismantling
    • Size available.
      2 sizes: L and XL
    • Dimensions (cm)
      195 x 60 x 2,5
    • Weight
      1100 g
    • Folded size
      Ø 21 x 34 cm / 11.8 L
    • Category
      Self-inflating mattress
    • For
      1 person
    Product feature
      Ideally, before setting up camp, you should get your mattress out, unroll it and open the valve to facilitate inflation. A self-inflating mattress inflates by itself up to about 80%. You will need to blow up the rest yourself so you can adjust the pressure to your desired comfort level.
    Product testing
    1. Composition
      Main fabric : 75.0% Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) - Phtalate free, 25.0% Polyester (PES) Foam : 100.0% Polyurethane (PU) Carry bag : 100.0% Polyester (PES)
    2. Storage advice
      Optimum storage: mattress unfolded, valve open.
    3. Cleaning advice
      Do not machine wash the mattress. Wipe with a damp sponge when needed.To dry, stretch out in a dry and well-ventilated place without exposing to the sun or close to a heat source.
    4. Product restrictions
      Not suitable for use on slopes Height:L < 1.80m / XL < 1.95m.
    5. Product catchline
      1100g. 195 x 60 cm.The comfort of an XL self-inflating mattress!
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    • Cheap mat for warmer months

      Lee (United Kingdom)
      Used for 3 to 6 months
      This was my first sleeping mat i bought when i started wild camping again after a 30 year break.
      Not a bad mat as long as its used in warmer weather and you sleep on your back.
      Unfortunately i am a side sleeper and my shoulders where digging into the ground.
      Used it in October on Dartmoor and it felt like i was going to freeze to death even with a foam pad underneath it. and it only got to as low as 5c .
      So if you want cheap and decent summer +10c pad then this is it.
      Have since bought a Exped Synmat 9 , this is 9cm thick so side sleeping is no problem and toasty warm when i did the West Highland Way in November with temps of -5.
      not for side sleepers