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Exped Synmat Hyperlite Sleeping Pad

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    10 Reviews


    Warmth without the weight.

    Made for long treks with cold nights, the Synmat Hyperlite Sleeping Pad is Exped's lightest and most compact backpacking mat. Microfiber insulation is bonded to the top and bottom to provide maximum loft and warmth retention while keeping weight and bulk to a minimum. I-beam construction distributes pressure evenly for a comfortable night's sleep, and the tapered profile reduces bulk and weight while allowing gap-free coupling. The 20D fabric is tough to hold up on rugged terrain, and the Single FlatValve makes it easy to inflate and deflate.
    • 20D fabric
    • Microfiber insulation
    • I-beam construction
    • Tapered profile
    • Single FlatValve
    • Item #XPD001F

    Tech Specs

    20D fabric
    air pad
    [medium] 71 x 20.5 in, [medium wide] 71 x 25.5 in, [long wide] 77.5 x 25.5 in
    Claimed Weight
    [medium] 11.6 oz, [medium wide] 14.4 oz, [long wide] 15.1 oz
    Recommended Use
    camping, backpacking
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

    Tech Specs

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    Internal Baffle failures

      Eventually, your internal baffles will fail on this product. Many other people have also posted about how the product will fail. No abuse nor overinflating was ever done to my pad. I treat my gear with kids glove. I only air-up m pads in my tent. I use the snozzle bag to inflate my pad so no moisture is getting into it from my mouth. Send it back to Exped for them to replace. After I get my new pad back, I will be looking for a more reliable pad. This pad will be used if someone wants to go with me.

      Internal Baffle failures

      Better than NeoAir

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

      Super light, super comfy, packs super small. Feels good next to skin, less plasticy feel than the neoair xlite. The best part is its quiet. Doesn't sound like you're sleeping on a bag of lays like the neoair. Love it. Highly recommend. My favorite pad so far.

      easy to fill

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      Ive order this for my camping trip and slept pretty well. If only the material was a little bit on the grip side so the body wont slide around when your sleeping that would be much better.But im happy with the product .

      Comfort > weight

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      11.6 Oz and the size of a Nalgene for the Synmat , you kiddin me? Im a big believer in being comfortable when I sleep but I refuse to carry too much extra weight. It was a no brainer that this was the pad that I wanted.
      I tested it out on an overnighter in the Wasatch recently and even sleeping on snow this pad was insulated enough cut the cold.
      I am looking forward to many more nights on my Exped out in the wild.

      Works perfectly and feather light

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      You have to carry the schnozzle pump bag with this so add that to the weight. My trail weight with that and the stuff sack and patch kit is 14 oz. That said I still prefer this to my 15 oz neoair (1st gen). Its smaller but quieter and more compact. I use the schnozzle bag to protect my down and separate my cloths in my bag and pump up the rem sleep pillow so I write that weight off. I pair this with a down blanket from enlightened equipment and it works perfect together.

      Works perfectly and feather light

      Comfort without the weight penalty

      • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

      This pad packs small, is super light weight, and provides excellent comfort. If you are looking for a backpacking pad that has at least an R value of 3, packs small, and is light weight then this is a solid option.

      glorified plastic bag

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I bought this mat to replace an old NeoAir with literally 100s of nights on it that was finally springing leaks faster than I could patch them. I slept maybe 3 nights on this one before it popped and I wound up sleeping on a rope for 2 weeks.

      Sure, all of the pool toy style pads have durability issues, but this one barely out performs saran wrap.

      On the plus side, the pad doesn't crinkle and the valve makes the pad way easier to inflate and deflate than the Thermarest pads.

      Can you please explain what the R value means?

      Also what are the packed dimensions of this mat please?

      Hey Jenny, the R-Value is the thermal resistance of the pad. For instance, an all season or winter mat will have an R value of 5 or more, meaning it insulates more than a pad with an R value of 2 or 3. With an R value of 3.1, this would make a great 3 season pad.

      The medium is 5" x 9" packed

      If you have any other questions, feel free to reach out to me directly.


      How thick is this pad? That got dropped from the specs.