Exped DownMat XP 9

Priced: $181.27 - $288.95 Rated:   - 3 stars out of 5 by 2 reviews.
Exped DownMat XP 9 -
Exped's Down Mat XP 9 Sleeping Pad is a revolutionary mat for extreme temperatures. The incredibly comfortable, warm and packable Down Mat features a Schnozzel Pumpbag, a waterproof stuff sack that doubles as a pump and compression bag for sleeping bags. The pump only needs approximately 2 minutes to work its magic even in extreme cold. The DownMat XP 9 performs best as one of the few fill down mats on the market that's incredibly compressible during freezing temps.


  • Tough 75 denier polyester and I-beam style baffles provide rugged durability
  • Laminated polyester fabric is both durable, airtight and humidity resistant. The shell‘s top surface is of brushed polyester fabric that provides excellent slip resistance and comfort next to the skin. Dark colors dry quickly. The seams are high frequency welded for durability.


  • Stuffed with 700-fill goose down for an R-value of 8, ample warmth for extreme cold and high altitude environments
  • Light foam blocks at the mat‘s ends prevent down from escaping or migrating between chambers.

Weather and Wind:

  • Pumpbag doubles as a waterproof stuff sack
  • Includes Schnozzel Pumpbag for easy and reliable inflation in extremely cold weather

Size and Dimensions:

  • Dimensions


  • Two loops at the head end can be used to secure the packsack to the mat when used as a pillow.
  • The classic with multiple awards
  • Med - 72 x 20 in / 183 x 52 in
  • Long/Wide - 77.5 x 26 in / 197 x 65 cm
  • Both low profile valves (pat. pend) one for inflation and the other for deflation ensure ease of use. As the valves are flat and not on the mat‘s edge they do not protrude and are therefore protected and durable.
  • Features Schnozzle Pumpbag inflation
Backcountry Edge

Providing unmatched warmth and comfort for 4-season backpacking, the innovative Exped DownMat XP 9 inflatable sleeping pad has a toasty R-value of 8.0. Insulated with high-performance 700-fill goose down, the DownMat XP 9 ensures a comfortable night of sleep regardless of the temperature.


The revolutionary DownMat for freezing temperatures: super comfortable the DownMat XP has unmatched warmth and is extremely compact! Obviously comes with a pump, that is a waterproof stuff sack that doubles as a pump, which can be used as a regular waterproof compression bag for a sleeping bag etc. With the aid of the "Schnozzle Pump bag" you can inflate your mat even at the lowest temperatures in a quick 2 minutes. This is the ultimate mat for expeditions in the most frigid regions of the planet.


Designed with high-altitude base camps in mind, the Exped DownMat XP Sleeping Pad boasts plush comfort and exceptionally high R-values. The 700-fill goose down insulation provides enough warmth for extremely cold weather and the included Schnozzel Pumpbag allows you to quickly and reliably inflate the pad.


Durable and super warm, with pump bag inflation, Exped's DownMat XP 9 is the true expedition choice.

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100% quality control:every single mat goes through multiple tests
Bag Shape:Rectangular
Bag Weight:1 oz
Cradle design:raised perimeter baffles prevent sliding off the mat
Dimensions:Medium: 72" x 20" x 3.5" Long/Wide: 77.5" x 26" x 3.5"
Excellent down insulation:250 g goose down with 700 fillpower, humidity resistant treatment, tested according to IDFB standards
Fill Material:Down
Fill Weight:11 oz
Insulation:700 fill goose down
Insulation Type:700 fill power goose down
Item Weight:Medium: 32.8 oz Long/Wide: 42.7 oz
Material:150 D/75 D Polyester, brushed, TPU Polyether Film Laminate, hydrolysis resistant, Honeycomb embossed
Other:Schnozzel Pumpbag included
Pad Thickness:3.54 in.
Pad Type:Air Pads
Pump weight:2 oz
R Value:8.0
Recommended Use:4-Season or Cold-Weather Backpacking and Camping
Reliable flat-valve design:separate valves for inflation and deflation
Shell Material:Nylon
Temperature Rating:-36 °F
Thickness:3.5 in / 9 cm
Type:Inflatable sleeping pad (pump included)
Warranty:5-year limited
Weight:32.8 oz / 930 g (Med); 42.7 oz / 1210 g
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Exped DownMat XP 9 Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

I have been searching for a pad that I can use for winter camping as well for a long while now. Ever since I backpacked into -15 degree temperatures with a down bag and only a half ultra-light pad I swore I would never do it again. So?I bought a Therma-rest neo air which was nice but bounced me too much among other things. Did some research and decided to give the down mat a go. WOW. This thing is great. Its comfortable and warm. When I say warm I mean when you lay on it, it feels like its heated because it reflects your own body heat so well. Its like taking your bed mattress with you when you hike. The only down side (pun not intended) its a little weighty but that really can?t be avoided. Im also not impressed with the valve that is not supposed to let air back in when you are trying to roll it up. My valve fails and doesn't stop the air from being sucked back in if you have to walk away while rolling it up. -1 star for it. Other than that, great design and well made.

Event Horizon at Backcountry.com on 05/28/2013

Negative Reviews:

wow the price of this stupid thing went up wow! DONT BUY THIS PAD!!!!!!! it will take you 30min to pump the stupid thing up and then the air plug will pop off all night then when it gets cold the glue that holds the chambers together will come undone and you will have a 300 doller blob thing that will buck you off if you try and sleep on it. this is just some new company that is way way over priced and make crap pads............. lol 300 bucks that is a joke and a slap in the face. -5 stars

Ty William Wade at Backcountry.com on 10/30/2013