If you live to be eighty, you will have slept for about 9733 full days in your life.
Another fun fact – did you know that we can go longer without food than without sleep?
For a camper or a hiker, the quality of sleep they get on the trail is one of those things that can make or break a trip. On the other hand, the quality of sleep we get is largely affected by the comfort of our air mattresses and sleeping pads.
Yet, many of us don’t fully understand what makes a good air mattress for camping.
So, today we take the time for an in-depth analysis of just that – the choice of an airbed. We’ll go beyond the usual stuff people talk about and commonplace advice like…
“Make sure you’re comfortable…”
“Make sure there's enough room in your tent…”
“Make sure you’re warm…”
We go beyond that and dig deeper and look at what actually makes an inflatable comfortable or warm. We might get a bit “sciency” but we’ll also make sure we boil it down to actionable advice.
What determines the comfort of a camping air mattress