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Exped MultiMat Foam Sleeping Pad Item # EXPA0210
$48.99
$48.99

Availability: In Stock!

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Availability: In Stock!

Ships Tuesday.
Unique and versatile, the Exped MultiMat serves as a minimalist sleeping pad, a ground cloth or even a carpet for your tent! Made of EVA foam and backed on one side by a ripstop nylon surface, the MultiMat is lightweight, waterproof and durable.
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A one-of-a-kind offering, the Exped MultiMat serves as a minimalist sleeping pad, a ground cloth or even an inside-your-tent carpet! Made of EVA foam and backed on one side by a ripstop nylon surface, the MultiMat is waterproof, durable and surprisingly effective in insulating against moisture and cold surfaces. If you fold it lengthwise, it can serve as a lightweight, closed cell foam sleeping pad.

The full dimensions of the Exped MultiMat are 78.7" x 39.4" x 0.1". It weighs just 10.9 ounces and fits in its own included 20" x 5" (1.0 oz) stuff sack.

  • Constructed of 2mm EVA foam
  • One side is backed by fast-drying, waterproof ripstop nylon
Specs

Specs

Recommended Use Warm-Weather Backpacking or as extra protection for colder-weather
Warranty Lifetime
Type Closed Cell Foam Pad/Ground Cloth
R-Value 1.2
Packed Size 20" x 5"
Item Weight 10.9 oz
Dimensions 78.7" x 39.4" x 0.1"
Reviews

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Likes: light weight , packs small , size is perfect for under sleeping mat

Dislikes: not a thing

Reviewed by Herb H. - July 30, 2014

Likes: lightweight, versatile, can be snapped together with additional mats

Dislikes: no dislikes so far

Reviewed by Jay D. - April 29, 2014

Likes: This is really multi purpose as advertised. Very useful and light.

Dislikes: It is little expensive. A 4 by 5 version would have been great.

Reviewed by Inside Edge M. - March 11, 2014

Likes: very fast shipping with multiple uses

Dislikes: too slim to use as sleeping pad even folded over

Reviewed by Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer - November 23, 2013

Likes: I love this mat. If you look closely, you will notice that it is the mat Steven "Leon" uses in many of his "Backcountry Edge" videos to set up on while demonstrating other products.

At only 11oz I was surprised how light this pad is. I use it for sitting on during the day and as base pad to stay dry when sleeping under a tarp. It's also a great item to have for picnics or tailgating. I like a little more cushion, but it can be used as a sleeping pad of you fold it in half. Very versatile and rolls into a very compact size.

Dislikes: Could be a little thicker, but that would add to the weight and size.

Reviewed by Mike B. - November 10, 2013

Likes: If you consider the multimat as a small tarp and bring it with you as you would say a survival blanket (which goes to say that you always bring one and never use one) you will see that the multi-mat is super useful. It's the last thing in the pack so it's the first out. I use it as a ground cloth while I unpack, a camp blanket/pad while lounging around, a entrance/vestibule to the tent, an improvised chushion/knee pad while cooking, and a quick sun/wind shade. Used to carry a grabber space blanket (12oz) but may start carrying this exclusively.

Dislikes: Is a little stiff padding wise, may break in with use, would like it better if it draped more. Color choices would be nice.

Reviewed by Inside Edge M. - April 1, 2013

Likes: I've used this several times winter camping as both a mat in my vestibule and a mat to pack my gear on getting ready to go home. It keeps the rest of my gear clean and you can feel the insulating properties when kneeling on it while packing.

Dislikes: Nothing as of yet.

Reviewed by Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer - March 23, 2013

Likes: quality is good

Dislikes: not dense enough

Reviewed by Valeriy B. - November 9, 2012

Likes: We used these sleeping pads on top of our twin inflated mattresses for insulation. Gets pretty cold in the Cascade mountains at night and my husband and I were warm and toasty even using 35 degree sleeping bags. Did not feel the cold from the air mattress at all.

Dislikes: Can't say anything bad about these pads. Just wish I'd found them sooner!

Reviewed by Diane G D. - September 15, 2012

Likes: Just what the name implies(MultiMat).Got your tent pitched and ready to start stuffing gear in,stop!And put down a couple of these MultiMat(s) to help insulate,but to keep the inside of your tent clean.

Dislikes: The price,again manufacturer think volume.

Reviewed by Michael D. G. - April 21, 2012