Introducing the CloudComfort AirFoam Mattress, the epitome of comfort and convenience for your rooftop camping adventures. Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, this innovative airfoam mattress offers unparalleled relaxation and support, designed specifically to perfectly fit the 4x4 Colorado Nimbus and Stratus Rooftop Tents.
Experience a blissful night's sleep on our CloudComfort AirFoam Mattress, where luxury meets practicality. The combination of advanced air and memory foam technology ensures optimal comfort and support, so you can wake up rejuvenated and ready for your next adventure.
The unique form-fitted design of the CloudComfort AirFoam Mattress perfectly contours to the dimensions of your Colorado Nimbus or Stratus Rooftop Tent. Its precision-engineered shape guarantees a seamless fit, eliminating any uncomfortable gaps or uneven surfaces, providing you with a truly immersive sleeping experience.
Thanks to its self-inflating and deflating capabilities, setting up your sleeping quarters has never been easier. Simply unroll the mattress and watch it effortlessly inflate to its full plushness. When it's time to pack up and move on, the quick-release valve allows for a hassle-free deflation process, enabling you to pack up efficiently and hit the road in no time.
Crafted with the finest materials, the CloudComfort AirFoam Mattress ensures exceptional durability and longevity. The high-quality air chambers and premium memory foam blend seamlessly to create an oasis of comfort, while the robust construction guarantees long-lasting performance, withstanding the rigors of your outdoor escapades.
Designed to deliver a luxurious sleep experience in the great outdoors, the CloudComfort AirFoam Mattress embraces the spirit of adventure without compromising on your well-deserved rest. Elevate your rooftop camping experience with this superior airfoam mattress, and let the clouds of comfort cradle you in the wilderness.
This mattress is far more comfortable than the mattress the Nimbus comes with. The material is also more sweat/water/dirt proof. Upon opening it takes a long time and substantial effort to get the mattress to full inflation. You have to help it along due to the vacuum from shipping. After that no issues at all. Fits perfectly in the Nimbus and easily inflated and deflates on its own. Definitely worth the upgrade in my opinion.
Room with a view…
The 4x4 CO Nimbus is exactly what I hoped for in an RTT. Top quality craftsmanship, great price point, excellent group of enthusiasts that deliver top service.
- Simple set up and take down to allow for more time by the campsite
- Super comfortable (added the air mattress for extra cush)
- Great window access to see the stars!
- Lower profile and super durable with a great look - included the rack mount on top that has the T hook up jawns for extra gear
- Does not change the drive so far (have not measured gas mileage)
Have received numerous compliments on the looks alone! Love this tent and plan to check out the diesel heater option that connects through a port for winter excursions!
Thank you 4x4 CO!
Comfortable But Could Be Better
Finally tried out my new CloudComfort AirForm mattress in my Nimbus tent. On the plus side it is incredibly comfortable and well worth the money, especially when spending several nights in a row in the tent. On the negative side, it would have been nice for 4x4 Colorado to supply some form of instructions. Once I got the thing correctly oriented in the tent, which was pretty obvious and easy, I opened the valves on the end to watch it self-inflate. And it did do that to some degree. But after almost an hour it was maybe inflated to 2-inches thick. What they don't tell you is that the mattress sides stick together when new (due I think to the vacuum packaging) which doesn't allow it to inflate well. Giving it some assistance was necessary. And even after being used a couple of times it never gets to full inflation without some help. Deflating it, to the point in which the tent could be closed, is another issue. It certainly does not self-deflate. Some air does come out when the valves are popped off. But to get enough air out it has be rolled up, using my body weight on top. And that brings me to what I find to be a design flaw. The inflate/deflate ports are located on the hinged end of the tent making them a little tough to get to. It would have been much better to have them on the opposite end so that they could be accessed from one of the tent doors while standing on the ladder. That all being said, the mattress' comfort makes the issues I've raised worth dealing with. I would buy this product again.