Exped Schnozzel PumpBag

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Exped Schnozzel PumpBag
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Exped Schnozzel PumpBag.
Sleep comfortably even under open sky with the Exped Schnozzel PumpBag. This ultra light pump bag from Exped pumps up your sleeping pad while you give your lungs a break. With the help of the Schnozzel Pumpbag all Exped mats can be easily inflated with 2 to max 3 bags full of air. It also doubles as a waterproof roll-top stuff sack and liner, giving your gear added protection when you are not filling up your pad. Integrated Schnozzel connects to current Exped mats without integrated pumps. It features an anchor loop that prevents the bag from shifting and moving during inflation. You can also wrap and lock the schnozzle around the loop to create a counter loop at the bottom of the sack that makes unpacking the stuff sack easier. To pump up your air mattress effortlessly, choose the Exped Schnozzel PumpBag.

Key Features.

Lining and Layers:

  • Taped seams hold the line against the elements


  • Designed for use with Exped pads that do not have an integrated pump, such as the Exped SynMat UL 7

Weather and Wind:

  • Doubles as waterproof gear or sleeping bag stuff sack
  • Pumpbag doubles as a waterproof roll-top stuff sack and a pack liner


  • Pumbag features an integrated Schnozzel valve at the bottom that connects to valve on air mattress; to use as pump, loft the sack, seal, roll and push air into mattress
  • Lightest weight inflation accessory
  • Integrated Schozzel connects to current Exped mats w/o integrated pump
  • Use with FlatValve Adapter to inflate Exped mats with an integrated pump
  • 27.5 x 18 x 4 in.
  • Ultra lightweight
Backcountry.com (Fall 2014)
The Exped Schnozzle PumpBag makes pumping your inflatable mat a breeze, and won't leave you winded. Simply let the PumpBag fill with air, and then apply pressure to easily inflate your sleeping gear. The integrated Schnozzel connects to current Exped mats without a built-in pump.

Mountain Gear
Exped's Schnozzel PumpBag is a ultralight waterproof drybag that has a deflation valve to help with compression but can also be used to pump up any of Exped's mats.


The ultralight Exped Schnozzel Pumpbag works like a bellows, delivering air into your Exped sleeping mattress.


With the help of the Schnozzel Pumpbag all Exped mats can be easily inflated with 2 to max 3 bags full of air. And it doubles as a ultra lightweight compression stuffsack.


The Schnozzel Pumpbag is an ultralight pump bag for Exped mat inflation.

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Bag Weight:70 g
Dimensions:17.7 x 29.5 inches
Gear capacity (L):45
Gear capacity (cu. in.):2746 cubic inches
Material:Ultralight ripstop nylon with fully taped seams
Packed:8.6 x 2 in.
Stuff Size:22 x 5 cm
Weight:2 ounces
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Exped Schnozzel PumpBag Reviews:


Save your Lungs!

I had the privilege to use this product as part of a gear review before it came to market and have been waiting patiently for it to appear at REI ever since! I have the Exped UL 7 Short sleeping pad that I bought last year (great pad by the way). Now this pad only takes about 10 breaths to inflate by mouth but when you are at high elevation that can really take a toll on your head. With this inflation bag, it only takes three bag-fulls of air to inflate my pad to max capacity. The large diameter opening and rigid roll top edge allow you to get a decent amount of air into each bag unlike the smaller pillow size inflation bags. Simply open the top and allow the air to fill the bag, roll the top closed to create an airtight seal and push the air into your pad. No more light headed feeling and especially in cold climates, no more moisture in your pad. This is by far the best accessory you can add to your sleeping pad and the best part is, the bag doubles as a waterproof pack liner or hang bag if you are in bear country. At only 2 oz you can't go wrong! Just be aware that this inflation bag will only inflate Exped sleeping pads that have the flat valve system.
Jay-Lo at REI on 03/03/2012

Works Great

I recently converted to open air sleeping pads (I beat the heck out of my old Thermarest foam + air pad and needed to switch) when I bought the REI Flash pad. Love that it packs small, but inflating it was a chore. And I did notice a bit of condensation build up when I blew it up.

I've been interested in this bag option since I saw someone else confirm that it works with the REI Flash air pad. Works great, and fills my pad up with 1.5 to 2 bag fulls. Seems solidly built and the fact that it can double as a stuff sack is a nice plus. With these features, its minimal weight and pack size, I will be adding it to the always carry gear list from here on out.

Going to check out more options from Exped in the future too.
Roaring Knobbies at REI on 10/10/2013

Ultralight, efficient & dual purpose

You only need this if you have a Exped sleeping pad that is not self-inflatable. and it completes the perfect alpine sleep systbecause this ultralight pump for one of the best pads around also doubles as a waterproof compression sack for your sleeping bag. I bought a backup pump because I'm not comfortable with the possibility of welded seam failure in the field. If that happened and the bag could not deliver air through the nozzle, there would be no way of inflating my downmat. I use the backup schnozzel pump bag for clothes. I think it may be the lightest, best designed waterproof compression sack on the market. Compares favorably with my go-to ultralight dirtbags. Treat this product gently and don't over compress its contents. You don't want seam failures in the field around the nozzle. They won't be repairable in the field.
Wildmed mom at Mountain Gear on 08/08/2013

I love multiple use gear where you don't end up sacrificing anything. This thing works so well as a pump, just fill it up and compress, only takes a few pumps. Plus it doubles as a super-lightweight, big dry bag. Personally I don't like taking multiple dry sacks, nor do I like taking massive pack liners. For me the 45L capacity (which is not stated on this page) is a perfect size to put sleeping bag, clothes and food in. And best of all you get it at no weight penalty: this weighs 70g while Sea to Summit's biggest dry bag weighs 65g and is only 35L!
Bottom line: if you own an Exped mat, get one! And ditch your old dry bags while you're at it.

joomington2240041 at Backcountry.com on 07/19/2012


I have 4 Exped mattresses. I kayak camp and always carried a Coleman 4D electric pump to inflate them. The Coleman worked fine, but, in addition to the bulk, I always worry about the batteries wearing down on a multi-day trip.

The Schnozzel pump bag solves both problems. It works as shown in the video--2 bags full inflates my new Exped AirMat 7.5 basic pad. The pump bag is made from very light material and therefore packs up very small. By the same token, I don't anticipate using this as a serious dry bag. The material seems too delicate to be loading with gear and jamming into tight spaces. As long as it functions well as a mattress pump, I'm happy.
Chekika at REI on 01/01/2013

Using with the REI Flash

Originally used the REI Flash with lung power alone. After a 5 day trip there was a lot of accumulated condensation inside my pad. I feared I'd be growing a mildew colony that would be impossible to remove from inside my new pad..

The Exped Schnozzel pump works efficiently with the REI Flash inflatable pad. I still find occasional condensation inside on cool mornings but, much less than I had when relying on my breath for inflation. I find I can dry the inside out by pumping dry air 2-3 times once I get back home; similar to airing out the damp tent.

I am happy I made this purchase.
Dave in Mpls at REI on 09/09/2013

Great,if you are not full of hot air

Great product. Used the pump to inflate my Exped and it exceed my expectations. 3 fills and <3 minutes I was done. I had been avoiding bringing my Exped pad on high attitude trips because of the time to pump and the possible moisture. With this both were solved. Also because of how well it compresses and the water proofing the bag was great for holding my down jacket until I needed it at night.
McDinDelMar at REI on 04/04/2012

Pretty ingenious product

I've always blown up my mattresses but this is my first pad with down in it and moisture from my breathe is bad for the down over time, so I ordered the schnozzel. This is a very ingenious product, works exactly as advertised, and at 2 oz and doing double-duty as a dry bag for my sleeping bag, is a no brainer to pack. Great product and impressive design.
Dadof5 at REI on 01/01/2013

Works great with Thermarest Pads!

In spite of hearing it would not work with Therarest pads I went to REI and tried it. The Thermarest nozzle fits very snuggly into the nozzle of the pumpbag and works very well. I blew a Thermarest NeoAir pad up in the store several times and it works great. I actually had better luck with this bag than the actual Thermarest inflator bag. Great product.
Steve in TX at REI on 03/03/2013

Works with Coleman Slim Twen

I was looking for something that did not rely on power to inflate a matress. This is a very simple solution that works with a Coleman matress. It's also dual use as a stuff sack for my sleeping bag and air matress.
Zipper at REI on 01/01/2014