Exped Mats & Sleeping Pads

Exped DownMat UL 7 Inflatable Sleeping Pad

An amazing combination of warmth and packability, the Exped DownMat UL 7 inflatable pad allows even ounce-counting backpackers to enjoy comfort in all 4-seasons. High-performance insulation provides the pad with a warm R-value of 5.9.

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DownMat UL 7

  • R-value 5.9
  • 4-season, down insulated mat
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  • Reg. Price: $228.99
    $152.95
  • Free shipping plus free returns
Exped DownMat 9 Inflatable Sleeping Pad

Providing unmatched warmth and comfort for 4-season backpacking, the innovative Exped DownMat 9 inflatable sleeping pad has a toasty R-value of 8.0 and its own built-in pump. Insulated with high-performance 750+ fill goose down for maximum warmth.

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DownMat 9

  • R-value 8.0
  • Laminated down insulation
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  • Reg. Price: $238.99
    $159.95
  • Free shipping plus free returns
Exped SIM Comfort Duo 5 Self-Inflating Sleeping Pad

New for 2014! The self-inflating Exped SIM Comfort Duo 5 sleeping pad delivers year-round camping comfort for two sleepers. Measuring 77.5" x 52" x 2", the SIM Comfort Duo 5 is ready for use at the campground or anywhere you need a portable bed.

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SIM Comfort Duo 5

  • R-Value 4.6
  • Super comfortable camping pad
  • Reg. Price: $238.99
    $179.95
  • Free shipping plus free returns
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    • Camping Mattresses (2)

      Providing maximum sleeping comfort and warmth, these pads are ideal for camping when you don’t need to haul gear in a backpack.

    • Air Pads (2)

      These inflatable pads use air for cushioning. They’re lightweight and pack smaller than closed-cell foam or self-inflating mattresses.

    • Self-inflating Mattresses (1)

      Open-cell foam absorbs air to self-inflate. These pads are more comfortable than closed-cell foam and don’t have the “bounciness” of air mattresses.

    • Multi-Purpose Mattresses (1)

      Light enough for backpacking, yet comfortable enough for car camping, these pads strike a balance between the extremes of weight and comfort.

    • Backpacking Mattresses (2)

      Ideal for hikers who are willing to sacrifice a little comfort for a lighter weight and smaller stuff size.

    • Ultralight Pads (1)

      Extreme lightweight pads for hikers and climbers who care far more about light weight and small stuff size than they do about comfort.

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