Multimat Superlite Air - is not just an extra-light inflatable sleeping mat – it’s one of the lightest ever made. As such, it has been designed for ultra-light camping where every gramme saved counts. Yet it is still sure to give you the comfort you need in spring, summer and autumn. As the name suggests, this mat is super-light - even though it is full-sized it weighs an incredible 330g and rolls up to just 24x6 cm. You’ll hardly notice you’re carrying it so just remember to check it’s there before you set out. The weight saving has been made possible by the development of a special material; rip-stop water repellent nylon, which has increased durability and can be used much thinner. Here, manufacturer have pushed the balance of lightness and toughness to the limits - the fabric is just 20 denier thick. The mat is quick to inflate and even quicker to deflate through two valve and it comes with a repair kit should you need to make emergency repairs. For an extra-light inflatable sleeping mat, we think the Superlite Air has pushed weight reduction to the limit.
Material: ultralight 20D rip-stop nylon
TPU membrane for air-tight seal
Easy valve can be locked while adding air by mouth
Mat supplied with stuff sack & repair kit
Water repellance to outer fabrics
Component temperature tolerance: -20oC to +50oC
Season Rating: 3
Size: 1830x490x70mm (inflated) (L)
Tog Value: 1.6
The Multimat range of foam and self-inflating mats has been independently tested in accordance with BS 4745:1990/ISO 5085-1:1989. The higher the tog value, the greater the thermal resistance of the foam which increases the warmth and comfort of the user. For comparison: Tog Value = R-Value (m2K/W) x 10
Review by Keith Foskett:
"This mat has turned the camping and hiking industry on it's head. It's upstaged all of the competition with an excellent combination of ultra light weight, compact pack size, great durability and supreme comfort. There really is not point in buying any other mat."
Review by Carl Houlton:
"This is a fantastic mat for backpacking, very lightweight and it folds up to the size of a grapefruit. Extremely comfy and it's thermal properties are good too, although I have only used it for three season camping to date.
I own several other mats including the Thermarest Prolite 4, but it is the Superlite that usually ends up in my pack now because of weight, performance and pack size. Great bit of kit."