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Put a warm layer of duck down between you and the ground.

You only trust a down-filled sleeping bag for cold weather camping, so it makes sense that you'd choose the Exped DownMat Lite Sleeping Pad with Pump to round out your sleep gear. The pad is stuffed with 650-fill duck down for exceptional warmth on cold nights, and features two large air-only cells on either side that prevent you from rolling off the pad.

  • Stuffed with 650-fill duck down to provide insulation and warmth for cold weather adventures
  • Tough 75 denier polyester and welded-through baffles provide long-term durability
  • Large air-only cells on either side of the mat prevent you from rolling off in the middle of the night
  • Single FlatValve and the included Mini Pump allow you to quickly inflate and deflate the pad
  • Hand operated Mini-Pump eliminates moisture buildup caused by lung inflation in cold weather
  • Includes a stuff sack and repair kit

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is this pad waterproof or water resistant?...

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is this pad waterproof or water resistant? because it is down..

if not, anyone have any experience how it fairs in damp conditions?

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Mitchell,

The nylon face fabric does not have any waterproofing, so it may get superficially wet (like any pad) but the down is enclosed inside the airtight mattress chamber, so there's no risk of it getting wet unless you were to blow moisture into the mat, which is why the mat comes with the pump.

Hope this information helps! Feel free to give me a call if you have any other questions or want help setting up an order. I can be reached at 800.409.4502 ext 4456 or llabar@backcountry.com!

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Comfie!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I'd been using a Big Agnes Air Core but just wasn't sleeping very well on it. 2 friends purchased Expeds and raved about them so I gave it a shot. I've used it on two multi-day trips and so far have loved it. It's comfie, easy to inflate, and has a nice level of insulation. I debated getting the version with the internal pump but decided it would be nice to not have to bring the pump if I was worried about space or weight and wanted to blow it up manually. So far it's worked out fine.

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Best sleeping mat ever!!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I bought two Exped DownMat Lite sleeping pads, one for me and one for my girlfriend. The first morning after using them, we could not believe how well we slept. This is the most comfortable mat I've ever had and they seem very durable. We've used this mat in warm humid nights in Kentucky to cold nights around Yellowstone and it's great in the cold and fine when it's warm. It packs up smaller than a water bottle and is very lite, it fits in a pack. All in all, great mat.

Deflating Exped Mats with Andy Brun

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Andy Brun from Exped gives tips to deflate your mat

Exped DownMat Lite 5

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The DownMat Lite 5 delivers the outstanding warmth, compressibility, and light overall weight of a down filled sleeping mat at a great price.

Inflating Exped Mats with Andy Brun

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Andy Brun from Exped gives tips to inflate Exped mats with an integrated pump.

Exped DownMat

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The Exped DownMat is designed for use in extreme cold and because of it's outstanding insulating capability it also keeps cold sleepers warm in more moderate conditions.

(The DownMat 7 LW in this video weighs 1110 grams/39 ounces and offers an R-value of 5.9)