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OEX Traverse IMX Inflatable Ultra-lightweight Sleeping Mat, Camping Air Bed, Backpacking, Festival Essentials, Camping Equipment, Camping Accessories, Yellow, One Size

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There is a cap that stop the air to flow out when breathing in which needs to be maintened by hand when deflating.

Dose the job and is easier then blowing up by lung but why ohh why oex did you not make the dry sack cylindrical and then stitch and tape or seam weld the valve on , currently the design is two flat panels welded together, great for use as dry bag but useless at catching air, if it was a cylinder the bag would stay open and it would be easy to trap the air inside. In fact they probably fit in the final segment we mentioned above whereby they deliver a fantastic overall package. Do this 4 or 5 times and the mat is inflated with air that is as dry as you can get it without dessicant.Thanks and don’t forget to drop a comment below if you have any thoughts on our OEX Traverse IMX Sleeping Mat review. This is of course really helpful, but there’s almost too much information available, so it’s important to know exactly what you’re looking for. If after checking those three out, you’re still looking for some more inspiration then something like Thermarest NeoAir XLite Sleeping Pad (Size Regular) reviews could be a great choice, or perhaps something like Thermarest ProLite Apex Self-Inflating Mat (Regular) reviews. Great for year-round use, compact and lightweight, the OEX Traverse IMX Sleeping Mat is made using a nylon ripstop outer fabric with a water-repellent coating so it will stand up to camping in inclement weather conditions.

If you have a bit of time and want to find out more about OEX Traverse IMX Sleeping Mat after reading the reviews then YouTube is your next stop. The compact pack size makes it easy to transport whilst saving valuable space in your bag, so you don’t have to sacrifice a good night’s sleep. The chart below will give you an estimated minimum comfortable temperature for an average adult male.

Just connect it to your mat, open the end of the bag and fill with air, twist the top down to inflate the mat. Any recommendations for an inexpensive lightweight inflatable mat that packs down small for bike camping? I’ve had reason to use Alpkit’s warranty on their airmats a couple of times, fortunately not mid tour. Trying to find the perfect camping mattress is hard work and comparing different mats is a bit of a minefield. Having written that, I had a Thermarest Xlite fail at the seam that needed warrantying by Cascade so they’re not immune either.

However, if you’re still on the fence and want to look at some more options, here are some great alternatives to consider. One issue I’ve heard of is moisture from your breath rotting the mat from the inside (obviously over a fairly long period). Tough and lightweight, the OEX Traverse IMX Inflatable Sleeping Mat is a must-have addition to your multi-day hiking kit.

There will be some products that are amazing quality and packed full of additional features or specifications, but do take the time to really get an idea if you need that level of quality or if your budget and needs mean you should get something else.

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