Dimensions 180x52x5.5 cm. Comfortable & thick sleeping surface. 8 tubes.
Ideal for temperate & hot environments (>8°)
R-Value standard ASTM F3340-18: 1,6
Easy assembly / dismantling
Inflate by mouth. Bi-valve effective and non-return.Adjustable comfort.
Anti-slip silicon pads. Limits slippage of the sleeping bag.
Volume and folded size
Folded dimensions Ø 10 cm x 26 cm.
Volume: 2 litres.
Weights, volumes & dimensions may vary slightly due to production tolerances.
The simplest way to fold without damaging your mattress is to fold it in four widthways, then roll it up.
Thermal protection and heat
Since the beginning of 2020, a new standard has been validated to assess the level of insulation of your mattress: standard ASTM F3340-18.
This standard measures the capacity of the mattress to retain or return body heat in order to avoid its loss and therefore provide you with thermal comfort.
Thermal insulation thanks to the foam.
R-Value standard ASTM F3340-18 mattress Trek 700 air: 1.6 (measured by an independent laboratory)
Thermal properties and warmth (2)
The R-value expresses the thermal performance and resistance of the mattress. The higher the R-Value, the more the mattress insulates you from the cold ground.
- R-value from 0 to 1.9: mattress designed for use in warm season (summer) only
- from 2 to 3: mattress design for use in 2 or 3 seasons (spring/summer/autumn)
- from 3 to 4: 4 season mattress, winter use possible
- higher than 4.5: winter use and extreme conditions
The sleep comfort, also called "postural comfort", of our mattresses is defined by our R&D centre. All our mattresses are subjected to mechanical tests to assess their performance and durability and ensure you enjoy a good night's sleep and an excellent recovery. We also carry out numerous field tests in real-life conditions.Postural comfort is an extremely personal thing. You can adjust the pressure of your mattress.
Sleeping comport, support
To prevent your sleeping bag from slipping on your mattress, the silicone patches must be placed in contact with the sleeping bag.
Textile dyeing requires a lot of water but also produces waste water from the dye baths. To reduce the impact on the environment, we have decided to change the upper component on this product. We use a "bi-ton" component, meaning only one out of every two threads is dyed. This dyed yarn is also dyed using mass pigmentation, using colour pigments when the yarn is manufactured.
This process reduces the CO2 emissions of this product by 8% compared to the older model.