Estera Outdoors Lightweight Self Inflating Air Mattress, Foam Sleeping Mat, Camping Sleep Pad with Stuff Sack

December 30, 2016 - Comment

� Self inflates in minutes & with little air can be fully inflated or adjusted for comfort;� Easily rolled up for space-saving storage;� Lightweight, plastic air valve provides trusted seal;� Durable polyester helps prevent punctures & ripping while holding up to the elements;� R-value tested at 3 (retained heat value);� Diamond-cut foam provides temperature control;�

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(as of March 29, 2017 6:20 pm EDT - Details)

� Self inflates in minutes & with little air can be fully inflated or adjusted for comfort;� Easily rolled up for space-saving storage;� Lightweight, plastic air valve provides trusted seal;� Durable polyester helps prevent punctures & ripping while holding up to the elements;� R-value tested at 3 (retained heat value);� Diamond-cut foam provides temperature control;� Length just over 5ft;� Includes modest lightweight pillow & waterproof, roll-top stuff-sack;� Orange;

Product Features

  • Diamond cut Foam provides temperature control.
  • Lightweight plastic air valve friday provides trusted seal.
  • Durable polyester helps prevent punctures and ripping while holding up to the elements.
  • R-value tested at 3 (retained heat value).
  • Does not come in Black but is a great deal.

Comments

Alexander Hsieh says:

Fantastic mats! My lady friend and I ordered 2 of these for a camping trip. This product is built with quality and efficiency. I liked how lightweight the mat is. It makes it easy to pack and store, I am eager to take this mat for a backpacking trip one day. We used these mats in combination with a sleeping bag in sub 50 degree weather and it kept us off the ground, warm, and comfortable. The setup of the mats were easy and took less than 3 minutes to inflate. The thickness of the mat felt good and was enough…

vbcertified says:

No! Busted on First Night of Use Ordered online April 13, 2015. Took it camping this past weekend, for Trail Days in VA. Used it Friday night, for the first time. Saturday afternoon, I noticed a huge bubble, half-way down mat on the right side. I can no longer use it!! Ruined my remaining 2 nights of sleeping. Very uncomfortable with the bubble. Need to return and get reimbursed. I would not recommend this mat. I believe the eggshell foam pad may be the best route for backpacking, lightweight, non-inflating, no holes…

R. Nico says:

Very thin better for kids Great price for this mat, but it is very thin. It does keep you from the cold ground in a tent, but not much for comfort. I purchased these for my 15 year old and 6 year old sons. It was fine for the 6 year old. Note that I got the green one for the 6 y.o. Which is shorter in length without the pillow. My 15 y.o. Said the mat was ok but would prefer a thicker one. The mat looks durable just not for much on the comfort side, so if you’re an adult or teenager I would spend the extra $20-30…

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