The Exped AirMat Lite 5 Sleeping Pad is an air mattress for warm weather backpacking. Boasting an R-value of 1.70, this will lift you off the cool grounds to keep you warm in temps down to 41°F. Don't forget your sleeping bag on top, or maybe just a sheet on even warmer nights. That part is up to you. The pad itself features lengthwise baffles, providing comfort as you snooze, so you'll never know if there is a rock beneath your tent floor or not. Durable and lightweight for taking on plenty of use and moving from camp to camp between the long hikes during the day.
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FEATURES of the Exped AirMat Lite 5 Sleeping Pad
Uninsulated mat for warmer sleeping situations
75 denier fabric for durability
Single FlatValve for inflation and deflation
Exped accessory pump recommended for inflation
Comfortable, compact, lightweight and extremely affordable
Sleeping Pad Dimensions (Regular):
72 x 20.5 in.
Sleeping Pad Dimensions (Long):
77.6 x 25.6 in.
Weight (Wide Long):
1 lb 9 oz
Stuff Sack Volume:
1.6 liters / 97 Cubic inches
We only ship this brand to US Addresses.
Sleeping Pad Dimensions (Large):
77.6 x 20.5 in.
Sleeping Pad Dimensions (Wide Long):
77.6 x 25.6 in.
Sleeping Pad Dimensions (Small):
64 x 20 in.
Repair Kit Included, Insulated, Stuff Sack Included
Rated 5 out of
cool for hot weather, compatible with Exped pumpThis is the third Exped sleeping pad I now own, I use an Exped mini pump to fill them (avoids getting moisture inside) and it fits this one perfect. Pad is not insulated which is what I want for hot summer nights in Florida. My two other pads have been working great for years (Synmat 7 now for winter kayak trips in FL,and Synmat ultralight for
summer backpacking in CO/WY). Note this pad has only one valve, in order to release the air there is a small rubber stick (~1" long) that is tethered to the valve, insert stick into valve to hold it open to release the air (instructions did not mention how to release the air).