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Therm-a-Rest

Therm-a-Rest LuxuryMap Mat regular deep blue (2019)

ID: 480638
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Product Description
The luxurious self-inflating LuxuryMap uses advanced variable-density pressure mapping technology and innovative die-cut foams to provide comfort and support in all the right places. The result is a more even and supportive sleep surface, less tossing and turning with fewer pressure points, and the priceless experience of a more restful night outdoors. Add the soft, stretch-knit fabric top for even greater comfort in basecamping situations and this next-to-skin softness will have you snuggling up and sleeping in! A new and improved stuff sack with easy-carry handle is also included.

Details

  • Fabric: 50D stretch knit polyester (top), 75D polyester (bottom)
  • soft stretch knit fabric feels comfortable
  • unique pressure sensor technology provides support and softness, where it is particularly important
  • compressible foam expands
  • the mat is inflated in a few easy breaths
Specifications
Mat & Mattress
Model: Thermo air mattress
Type: Comfort
Construction
Self inflated: yes  
Material
Type of foam: Polyurethane foam
Outside material: 100 % polyester
Dimensions
Thickness: 76 mm
Mat thickness: Comfort
Pack Size (cm): 53 x 16 cm
Weight: 1480 g
Length (cm): 183 cm
Width (cm): 51 cm
Performance
R-Value: 6.8  
Gender
Unisex
Model year
2019
Product number
480638
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