Exped DownMat Sleeping Pad Campground Sleep Pads

Exped DownMat Sleeping Pad Campground Sleep Pads 


You no longer have a reason to shiver or cuss at the world when you're stuck in a cramped, snow-cave or tent in the middle of winter; you have the Exped DownMat Sleeping Pad underneath your body. The highly compressible warmth of 700-fill goose down will send you to never-never land in no time. Not to mention the baffled insulation chambers make cold spots a thing of the past.


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[Dec 30, 2015]

Mine is the DownMat 9, DLX with the integrated foot pump. Love it! Certainly not inexpensive and more than I would pay for any pad but I bought mine second hand at a very good price. That being said, if the price doesn't make you balk, you won't be disappointed with the comfort or warmth of this R8 baby. When I was younger the standard Therm-a-Rest type pads were fine but with middle age my hips need a little more cushioning and I sleep through the night on this. At 44.1 oz. (1170 g) it's not light either but the high R-value has allowed me to use a lighter bag than I otherwise would so that helps compensate. The dry bag stuff sack also makes a great pillow.

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