Sea to Summit Comfort Deluxe Sleeping Mat – 4 Season Comfort
The Self-inflating Sea To Summit Comfort Deluxe Sleeping mat has become my new favorite. It has seen a lot of use around the house as a comfy bed, as well as several later summer, early winter camping trips.
The 4 season sleeping pad has great structural integrity and does not bottom out. Unlike some inflatable pads. That right there is awesome! Plus, it packs up a little smaller than some other insulated self-inflating pads.
The Comfort Deluxe is self-inflating. Though, I usually give it a few breaths of air to get it going. I like that it does most of the work on its own, allowing me to save my breath to tell bad stories at camp.
There is just one valve for inflation and deflation. One less thing to break, I suppose! You unscrew the valve to allow air in or out. You can then screw the second cap on to fine-tune the pressure. When you are happy with the loft, you screw on the 3rd cap.
The Comfort Deluxe is made of 4″ thick foam and soft 30D polyester face fabric. Not a crinkly hard surface like some pads. I appreciated this when using it at home with my bare skin in contact with the materials.
Sea to Summit Comfort Deluxe Sleeping Mat Review
How I used this sleeping pad:
At home, I used this pad a lot over the summer. I used it inside our home as a nice alternative to our bed. Not saying there is anything wrong with our bed, I am just used to sleeping away from home a lot more than I have the last 7 months. So, it is like a mini-vacation LOL.
I used the Comfort Deluxe on our deck as well. The neighbors eventually got used to me “camping” on the deck on and off since March. You do what you can with what you have!
What I loved about the thick pad, is that I did not bottom out when sleeping on my side. I am a dense guy (in more ways than one!) and I usually make contact with the ground when I rollover. Not the case with this sleeping pad.
Camping. This mat is awesome for car or truck camping! It packs up a bit smaller than some other deluxe self-inflating sleeping pads, so it travels well. It insulates great and I had no issue using it in the high country of Colorado. Often, temps dropped into the 20s and this pad did great.
I can see this sleeping pad being a great investment for people who want a comfortable sleeping pad, for use on the road, and as a backup bed for guests. It is a very comfortable sleeping pad and will serve you well. We used this mat with the Sea to Summit Altitude Sleeping bag (full review here)
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