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Sea to Summit Ultralight Insulated Mat Review

Aaron Zagrodnick

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Aaron Zagrodnick

This spring, Sea to Summit introduced a new lineup of sleeping pads (or mats as they refer to the line) made up of 6 different models utilizing their Air Sprung Cell design, an egg-crate like dot weld pattern designed to prevent the transfer of movement throughout the pad and increase a user’s sleeping comfort. The mats range in r-value from a low of .7 to a high of 5, and range in weights from less than a pound to 36 ounces. The details of the lineup on paper caught my eye: Durable 40D fabrics, decent weight to warmth ratios, comfort, and Sea to Summit even added an anti-microbial treatment within the pad. As a backpacker that likes to stay warm and frequently encounters freezing weather even on occasion during summer months in the mountains, in particular the Ultralight Insulated Mat seemed to offer the best blend of features…

We take a look at this new sleeping pad from Sea to Summit, promising comfort and warmth while keep the weight low. Read the full review below in Issue 22:

Sea to Summit Ultralight Insulated Mat Review

Sea to Summit Ultralight Insulated Mat Review

Issue 22 Page 1

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