|$209.98 - $229.98
|$218.95 - $248.95|
|$218.95 - $248.95|
|$219.00 - $249.00|
|$229.00 - $249.00
An amazing combination of warmth and lightweight packability, the Exped DownMat UL 7 inflatable sleeping pad allows even ounce-counting backpackers to enjoy confident comfort in all 4-seasons. High-performance 750+ goose down insulation provides the DownMat UL 7 with a warm R-value of 5.9.
Sleeping on the snow can suck the heat out of any sleeping bag, but you retain more heat with the inflatable Exped DownMat UL 7 Sleeping Pad between your bag and the floor of your snow cave or frozen tent. This award-winning design unites the comfort of an inflatable sleeping pad with the most natural and effective insulation on the planet to ensure a good sleep for the harshest winter camping.
This ultralight sleeping pad offers incredible comfort and an R-value of 5.9 while only weighing 20.5 ounces (size medium). Although the DownMat UL 7 does not have a built in pump like many of the Exped models, you will not have to inflate it with your mouth thanks to the Schnozzel Bag. The Schnozzel connects to the one way intake valve and allows you to use a lightweight stuffsack as an air pump saving you energy and air. The 700 fill down insulation traps air inside the mat to give you better warmth and insulation from the ground.
The Exped DownMat UL 7 is the ultralight version of the popular DownMat and sports the same high R-Values. Inflation is fast and easy with the Schnozzel Pumpbag that doubles as a waterproof compression bag.
Meet the warmest ultralight mat on the planet, the Downmat UL 7 by Exped.
|Dimensions:||XSmall: 20" x 47" x 2.8" Small: 20" x 64" x 2.8" Medium: 20" x 72" x 2.8" Long/Wide: 26" x 77.5" x 2.8"|
|Fill Material:||Down / Air|
|Item Weight:||XSmall: 14.8 oz Small: 18.7 oz Medium: 20.5 oz Long/Wide: 26.5 oz|
|L:||77.5 x 26"; 25.9 ounces|
|M:||72 x 20"; 19.9 ounces|
|Material:||100% IDFL certified goose down (treated and moisture proof), lightweight polyester and airtight, moisture-resistant TPU film|
|Packed Size:||9 x 3.5 in / 23 x 9 cm (XS); 9 x 4 in / 23 x 10 cm (S); 9 x 4.3 in / 23 x 11 cm (M); 10.6 x 4 in / 27 x 10 cm (LW)|
|Pad Type:||Self Inflating Pads|
|Recommended Use:||Year-Round Ultra-Lightweight Backpacking and Mountaineering|
|S:||64 x 20"; 17.6 ounces|
|Shell Material:||Laminated Polyester|
|Size:||120x52x7 cm (XS), 163x52x7 cm (S), 183x52x7 cm (M), 197x65x7 cm (LW)|
|Type:||Inflatable Sleeping Pad|
|Weight:||14.8 oz / 420 g (XS); 18.7 oz / 530 g (S); 20.5 oz / 580 g (M); 26.5 oz / 750 g (LW)|
|Exped Down Mat 7||$178.95 - $228.95|
|Exped SynMat UL 7 Sleeping Pad||$139.98 - $175.00|
|Exped Syn Mat UL 7||$154.95 - $164.95|
|Exped Syn Mat UL 9 Sleeping Pad||$198.95 - $218.95|
The best things about this pad are the thickness, down, warmth, weight, stuff sack pump, and vertical baffles. The pad is nice and thick, so that any frozen rocks in the ground don't dig into your back. The down on the inside makes the pad nice and warm for those cold winter nights. This is lighter than the regular downmat, so I can use it for overnight snowshoeing or ski touring trips. Stuff sack pump inflates the pad in a very short amount of time. It makes it so much nicer not having to huff and puff to blow up your mattress. The inflate and deflate valves are one way, so that the air you put in won't come out the inflate, yet the air you push out through the deflate valve won't rush back in. The vertical baffles help keep you on the pad, which is nice. My two gripes are that the deflate valve sometimes gets a little stuck, so the pad doesn't deflate very quickly, and that the stuff sack for the pad is very difficult to get the pad back into. Other than that, great buy.
After a season of use, I can truely say that this is far beyond what I expected. This has been used during long summer hikes, winterskiing in tents and snow caves, and in temperatures down to -20C, I have never been cold, and it is super comfy. Takes a while to fill with air, but the waiting time is well worth it! Reccomendable!
Who need's bowling balls and glasses of wine? Just put two DownMats on the floor and be done with it! Snow, check. Ice, check. Surface of Pluto, check. This mat is warm, light, comfy, sleek . . . you get the idea. If you're going to be on snow, near snow, thinking about snow than this is the pad.
I loved the ease of the stuff sack pump, it was even easy at 21000 ft. Three inflations and voila... Loved the mat, but don't heat it up in the sun or have it soft and kneel on it. The baffles can become unglued and then it sucks....
I tried this pad on a recent trip and loved it. It is lightweight enough and it is SOOOO comfortable. It is thick so the terrain doesn't mess with your back while you sleep. The only downside is the price, but it is worth it.
The Schnozzle bag makes this a piece of cake to inflate, and it's about as warm and comfy as they come. I feel like I'm on my mattress at home when I sleep on this thing. Love it.
I really like the inflation system and it is supper comfy! I have to say I haven't used it in the snow yet but will this summer in the Mountains.