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Exped Syncellmat 5 Sleeping Pad

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    2 Reviews


    Exped's Syncellmat 5 Sleeping Pad makes camping trips a lot cozier with a unique matrix of air cells that accommodate your body comfortably.

    • 28F temperature rating
    • Air inflated
    • Microfiber insulation with multiple air cells
    • Abrasion and moisture-resistant shell
    • Repair kit and stuff sack included
    • Item #XPD001E

    Tech Specs

    75D polyester, TPU laminate
    air pad
    [medium] 72 x 20.5 in, [medium wide] 72 x 25.5 in, [long wide] 77.5 x 25.5 in
    Temperature Rating
    28 F
    Stuff Sack
    Claimed Weight
    [medium] 1 lb 9.5 oz, [medium wide] 1 lb 15.7 oz, [long wide] 2 lb 2.3 oz
    Recommended Use
    camping, backpacking
    Manufacturer Warranty
    5 years

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    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    This pad has over 100 little cells that conform to your every curve. It's really comfy to sleep on weather you're a back sleeper or side sleeper. The optional inflation bag (sold seperately) is the best way to inflate this pad, it takes seconds, literally seconds to fill and is really hassle free. The R value is great for 3 season use, it would be good for winter use as well with something insulating underneath it. I'd recommend this pad to anyone looking for a good nights rest in the great outdoors.

    Not bad

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    This isn't bad but not great either. The seams in between the "bubbles" don't inflate much therefore you can bottom out with your knee or if you toss and turn. I found it very comfortable if you are a back sleeper or don't move much. It would be perfect for a hammock though. It's not noisy and has enough grip it won't slide around on you. It packs fairly light and small. Not the smallest but not bad.

    I think it is discontinued now but you can still find it on Exped's website. If they would only make it a 1/2 inch thicker it would be great.

    Im wondering after watching the videos here,why would the spokesperson suggest to leave the mat open on a hanger,open under the bed,when the mats come a with a packing bag already rolled up inside?..i can see to intially dry out any condensation,but then why leave open permanantly?...thanks

    Hey Terence! Similar to sleeping bags, keeping an insulated pad rolled up and packed tight can diminish the loftiness. It certainly won't completely ruin the pad but as a general best practice you should hang it for storage purposes. Let me know if you have additional questions or need some help finding the perfect pad for your next adventure.