With a non-skid surface and a comfortable 5 cm thickness, this full foam self-inflating sleeping pad keeps you warm and stops you from sliding into the arms of your hiking pal. Because of the 5 cm thick full foam structure, the mat insulates well and can be used in cold weather to separate you from the cold ground. The shape of the mattress gives you enough sleeping space to keep all the body parts within the warm-zone. Its generous length of 198 cm allows even a taller hiker to sleep in comfort. Weighing 1,800 grams, this sleeping mat is not the lightest, so it won’t suit the needs of an ounce counter, but if you are more interested in comfort, this will make a great camping mat for you.
Trimm Altea Sleeping Pad Features
- Weight: 1,800 g
- Dimensions: 198 x 63 x5 cm
- Packed size: 15 x 63 cm
- Valve: brass
- Reinforced quick-flow valve
- Water repellent coating
- Durable TPU lamination
- Stuff sack, roll up straps and emergency repair kit included
- Outer: 75D polyester with PVC dots, TPU coating
- Inner: Full foam 19 – 20 kg/m³
- Valve: Brass
Use and Care Instructions
To inflate the sleeping mat, open the valve by turning it counter-clockwise. Let the mattress inflate itself. Close the valve by turning in clockwise. You may adjust the firmness of the mattress by inflating or deflating the mat. In case you prefer a firmer mat, you can add a few breaths via the valve. If you prefer a softer mattress, apply a little pressure on the mat with the valve open. In colder weather the mat may require more time to inflate.
To deflate the mat, open the valve and fold the mat up, pressing down to push the air out of the mattress. Close the valve and roll the mat, pushing the remaining air towards the valve. Open the valve again to let air out. Finish rolling the mat and close the valve.
Store the mat preferably unrolled, with the valve open. Only use the stuff sack when traveling. To clean, fully inflate the mat, close the valve, and clean using mild soap or detergent with a cloth, rinse well and let dry.