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  • Exped - MegaMat 7.5/10 Sleeping Pad - Ruby Red

Exped MegaMat 7.5/10 Sleeping Pad

$198.95 - $218.95

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    • Ruby Red, 10 LXW
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    4 Reviews


    While you may not be hitting the fashion runway any time soon, it doesn't mean that the value of beauty rest is lost on you—especially when camping. Thankfully, the MegaMat 10 Sleeping Pad is made to keep you comfortable while you count sheep. Constructed with a rugged nylon fabric, this sleeping pad has an adjustable firmness that permits a fine-tuned fit with its self-inflating foam and additional hand pump. And the MegaMat is equipped with generous proportions, so you can sprawl while you snooze. 

    • Nylon tricot
    • Self-inflating foam
    • Mini pump
    • Stuff sack
    • Repair kit
    • Item #XPD002M

    Tech Specs

    50D tricot nylon, TPU polyether film laminate, hydrolysis resistant
    air pad, self-inflating foam
    [7.5] 77.6 x 30.3 x 3.0 in, [10] 77.6 x 30.3 x 3.9 in
    [7.5] 6.4, [10] 9.5
    Temperature Rating
    [7.5] -18 F, [10] -54 F
    yes, mini pump
    Stuff Sack
    yes, included
    Packed Size
    [7.5] 31.1 x 8.3 in, [10] 31.1 x 9.8 in
    Claimed Weight
    [7.5] 4 lb 14.3 oz, [10] 5 lb 9.6 oz
    Recommended Use
    Manufacturer Warranty
    5 years

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    Great Big Pad

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This pad is awesome. Typically I don't care for air mattresses especially the "raft" you get from Walmart. But even other nicer camping mattresses haven't been very comfortable so I've been sticking with a 3in foam rubber, until this baby. It's comfortable, it's warm, and I can even jam it in a big duffel. (A little big for that). Self inflates 80% if you let it sit for 10 minutes. The included pump takes longer than just blowing it up the rest of the way with your mouth, plus that warms you up to go to sleep on cold nights. Only downside is if your space is limited and I wouldn't take it backpacking for it's rolled size.
    This is the pad of all pads over any of the big boys and I think I've convinced my friends to ditch the "raft", the classic foam, or the thin backpacking style and get this.

    Glamping pad, level expert

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Wow, that's what a car camping pad should be. Not for backpacking, packs down, a bit, and it's not light. But when car camping it is the way to go, 30" wide and 4" of foam filled cushion can lead to more naps and some restful nights. Best support for side sleeping I've felt, never had hip to ground contact. The flat stretch velour-ish top of the pad adds to the comfort. I paired it with the Sierra Designs front country sleeping bag bed in large, which has a 3/4 pad sleeve so there's no rolling off the pad, what a wonderful combo.

    Oh My Word.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    The Megamat is for sure more comfortable than my mattress at home. Even though it's an air mattress, it doesn't have that bouncy feeling that most others do–to me, it feels more like a firm memory-foam mattress. Yes, it's large and definitely not an ultralight option, but hey, it's for car camping. The sleep you'll get on the Megamat is worth it.

    Comfy but high packed volume

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I use this as a car camping pad. It's absurdly comfortable; I've got bigger air mattresses and ones that inflate much taller, but none that feel as dense when I lay down on them while fully inflated.

    It does have a stuff sack, but it doesn't really compress very well -- in particular, it's super long. The official length of ~2.5' is ballpark right, but even that might depend on you doing a perfectly straight job rolling it up. I do bring it when I'm flying somewhere that I'll need a mattress just because it's so comfy, but it's always a wrestling match to bend it when it's in the stuff sack so that I can get it into my suitcase.

    All in all I'd really recommend this pad, but if you plan to travel with it in a space constrained environment you should double check that the packed dimensions work for you.