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Sleeping mats
Our self inflating sleeping mats have a tapered design, lightweight fabric and aggressive die-cut foam to trim the pad down so that there is no excess weight. Guaranteed with our 3 year Alpine Bond.

Destined for adventure, the Airo and Numo and Lumo are for lightweight minimal space trips, such as kayaking, trekking, alpine climbing or any trip abroad. We believe Dirtbag and Dirtbag XL are the best pad you'll want to carry, providing extra insulation for longer or colder trips and perfect for people who enjoy all round comfort away from home. For pure camping comfort Dumo, 7.5cm Dozer and Double Dozer are the extreme in luxury, guaranteeing a warm comfy nights sleep.
Airo 120
Torso length self-inflating mat, weighing 450 g it is lightweight, durable and extremely packable Airo 120 is loved by lightweight adventure seekers
£35.00
Numo
Thick big chamber 2 - 3 season full length sleeping mat weighing just 412 g, packs down smaller than a self-inflating mat saving space in your sack
£40.00
Airo 180
Your full length lightweight and compact self-inflating mat
£45.00
Dumo
Full length inflatable camping mat optimised for comfort with built in foam pump, weighing 850 g and a healthy 9.5 cm thick the weight / comfort ratio is off the scale
£50.00
Dirtbag sleeping mat Dirtbag
The fattest baddest self-inflating mat for all those dirtbag moments in your life, weighing just 880 g it is comfort you can carry
£50.00
Dirtbag sleeping mat XL Dirtbag Wideboy XL
Our favourite mat with added width and length for supersized comfort and still feasible to carry
£55.00
Dozer
At 7.5 cm thick this is the most luxuriously comfortable camping mat we make, ideal for car camping where comfort is more important than pack size
£65.00
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Double Dozer
Luxurious double self-inflating sleeping mat. Sleep in 5-star comfort.
£99.00

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