DownMat UL 7 (Fall 2014)

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Special Price $148.85

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Exped - DownMat UL 7 (Fall 2014)

Exped offers outrageously comfortable mats for every user and condition: from the alpinist in the extreme cold of the highest mountains in the world to the long distance hiker on rough ground to the car camper looking for ultimate comfort. Exped mats are the closest you will ever come to bringing the comfort of your bed at home into the wilderness.

Technical specifications & features

Weight XSML: 420 g (14.8 oz.)
SML: 530 g (18.7 oz.)
MED: 580 g (20.5 oz.)
LNG/WIDE: 750 g (26.5 oz.)
Material 20 denier fabric for weight/bulk reduction
Insulated Pad Yes
Insulation 700 fill goose down insulated, extremely high R-values
Pad Thickness 7.0 cm (2.8 inches)
Other Features Warmth R Value: 5.9

XSL: 120 x 52 cm (47 x 20 inches)
SML: 163 x 52 cm (64 x 20 inches)
MED: 183 x 52 cm (72 x 20 inches)
LNG/WIDE: 197 x 65 cm (77.5 x 26 inches)

> Comes with Schnozzel Pumpbag for quick inflation
> I-beam baffles

Product Reviews

Great Mat from a Great Company
Nothing even come close to an Exped DownMat for comfort, warmth and ease of use. I have been using Exped DownMats for 16 years and they are excellent. I had a problem with one some years ago and Exped just sent me a new one. Backcountry Gear shipped promptly. Review by Jerry F

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can you help me with the proper size? I would like to use a western Mountaineering Alder with summer coupler on top of two pads. So my ? is how wide is bag and coupler? I believe I have have two choices 2 20" ( 40" ) or two 25" ( 50" ) any way you can help would be great. THANK YOU
Question by: Randy on Aug 1, 2012 9:16:15 AM
With the pad being filled with down, is it recommended to store inflated? Or at least not compressed in the bag?
Question by: Mark on Jul 17, 2013 6:47:49 AM
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