Sea to Summit Aircell Ether Light XT Insulated Sleeping Mat
194,95 € – 239,95 €
This sleeping pad is lightweight and quieter than a standard air pad because it uses two types of insulation for three-season warmth.
Sea to Summit Aircell Ether Light XT Insulated Air Sleeping Mat
The Ether Light XT Insulated Mat, at four inches thick, brings Air Sprung Cell comfort to the realm of thicker air sleeping mats. This sleeping pad is lightweight and quieter than a standard air pad because it uses two types of insulation for three-season warmth. To give a comfortable sleeping experience, the XT Air-Sprung Cells are made of loops of strong, flexible material. The improved 30D/40D face fabric is quiet and long-lasting, and the lamination technology keeps Sea to Summit’s class-leading reliability.
- At four inches thick, Ether Light XT Air Sprung Cells provides a plush sleeping experience.
- 3.2 R-Value is sufficient for late spring to early fall use.
- Exkin Platinum insulation reflects your radiant heat back to you, Thermolite insulation prevents convective heat loss.
- Lighter, quieter and durable 30D/40D face fabric with Sea to Summit’s liquid-extruded lamination is extremely reliable.
- Quick and easy inflation, deflation and adjustment is made possible by our multi-function valve and supplied Airstream Pump/stuff sack.
- Anti-microbial treatment added to the TPU lamination formula prevents internal mold growth.
- PillowLock system prevents your Sea to Summit Aeros Pillow from slipping.
- Airstream Pump/Stuff Sack can be used to inflate Aeros Pillows – turn the inflator bag inside out; the nozzle will fit the mini pillow valve.
- Comes with a stuff sack which doubles as a pump, a repair kit with six self-adhesive patches and a spare valve insert.
- Available size: Small | Regular | Large | Rec. Reg Wide | Rec. Large
|REC. REG WIDE
|168 x 55 cm
|183 x 55 cm
|198 x 64 cm
|183 x 64 cm
|201 x 64 cm
|11 x 24 cm
|11 x 24 cm
|12 x 28 cm
|11 x 28 cm
|12 x 28 cm
|STUFF/ PUMP SACK WEIGHT
Sea To Summit
Sea to Summit began in 1983 when Roland Tyson, a young outdoor enthusiast, started making lightweight outdoor products on an antique sewing machine in his bedroom in Perth, Western Australia. By 1991, after outfitting the first ascent of Mt. Everest, Sea to Summit was born.
Roland's passion and talent for creating cutting-edge outdoor equipment took him to the remote Australian outback and eventually the Himalayas, where he put his inventions to the ultimate test. In 1993, Penny Sanderson joined Sea to Summit, bringing her passion for exploration and innovation. They traveled extensively, testing products and iterating on designs.
Today, Sea to Summit is a successful global brand, with Penny and Roland's love of travel and design as the foundation. They still own and manage the company and are involved in everything from developing materials to delivering high-quality gear to customers around the world.