Latest review: I have tried many sleeping mats. Trying to find the balance between comfort and size you cant go wrong with this product. Rolls up small but when fully inflated is 8cm thick. Used it camping and had
Latest review: No, GWS doesn't stand for Greater Western Sydney. It's 'Goretex windstopper'. This sleeping bag was a sensational addition to my winter hiking kit (or summer in tassie).
Weight is 1.3kg. Not bad
Latest review: We recently embarked on our first camping adventure and had to set ourselves up from scratch. I did quite a bit of research on sleeping bags and decided the Oztrail Outback Comfort suited out needs
Latest review: Rectangular shape self-inflating mat, 4cm approx thickness. Orange & brown full length (198cm). Trusty old camping mattress used many many times. This was a quality purchase that I am about to
Latest review: I've owned this swag for close to 10 years. Have dragged it on every 4wd trip I've done and carried it half way around Australia. It was always reliable and a great nights sleep. Tough as nails and
Latest review: We have had this for a few years now and it has been a fantastic mat. Top is flocked so comfortable to sleep on directly if necessary.
We never hit the ground when we sleep on them so the other
Latest review: Not bad value for $55, but folding mechanism unstable, and bed rocks all over the shop..!!! Almost impossible to move around , get comfortable, without the thing rocking backwards and fore
Latest review: I bought this when looking for a cheap replacement for my camping mattress, and didn't have time to wait for shipping with online shopping. It is one of the cheapest you can buy directly off the
Latest review: We bought 2 Roman Beasts for our camper trailer, but we have only used one. We use it as a doona. It's very warm with the flannelette liner and the outer cover doesn't get as damp like a regular
Latest review: After an extended search for a suitable sleeping bag for hiking I landed on this one.
Service at one planet was excellent, knowledgeable friendly staff in little Bourke street.
Bag is super light,
Latest review: I have the 2007 model. I haven't seen the 2012 model - this is just a review of the Macpac eVent material.
I'd be keen for owners of the 2012+ models to review this – specifically, have Macpac i
Latest review: Have used the bag in NZ camping, in Queensland in my Tennessee Hammock, and backpacking though India. The bag has held well, kept me comfortable, with the only problem being the Zipper not lasting.
Latest review: Quite a good sleeping bag in general, easy to lug around in a pack and warm enough in anything 5 degrees and up (keep in mind I am talking about the 0 degree rated model). Personally I probably
Latest review: overall a very good sleep mat. a litle on the weighty side almost 200 grams heavier than the thermarest. It does however inflate to a massive 3.5cm which is great after a long day on the track.
Latest review: I lived in a tent whilst on a solo bicycling, fund raising trip. That trip's challenge was to cross from Canberra to Melbourne via the NSW & SA outback, crossing 2 deserts, in the thick of the
Latest review: It was my first stay in a swag. I've done a lot of camping, just never in a swag.
The Mitchell is easy to unroll and construct, with three aluminium arches that are inserted in the swag and the use
Latest review: I have owned one of these tent cot's for many years now.
We arrive at the location, be it day or night and within minutes I am set up and ready
whilst my friends are still trying to locate their
Latest review: ive been using this swag for a year now and i have slept in it for about 60-70% of the year, and still no signs of wear. ideal for the tough camper who wont mind having the canvas on your face/ body.