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The Exped Syn Mat Hyperlite Sleeping Pad is a ultralight air mattress for backpacking in temps down to 21.2°F and warmer. The incredible 2.8 inch thickness gives you plenty of cushion against bumpy campsites and the insulation hidden inside keeps you warm against the cold grounds. When the sun rises in the east and it's time to pack camp, you'll hardly notice the small size and 12.3 ounces of weight hidden away in your pack. More trail now, time for sleep at the next camp.
FEATURES of the Exped Syn Mat Hyperlite Sleeping Pad
Microfiber insulation bonded to top and bottom for maximum loft/warmth
Rated 5 out of
Great UL sleeping padI bought this UL pad to replace a Therm-a-Rest NeoAir XLite I returned because it was too noisy (woke up me and my fellow campers). Compared to that one the Exped is just as lightweight, softer, warmer, and does not make that annoying crinkling noise. It's faster to pack in the morning and as a 230lb side sleeper I've never bottomed out. The lengthwise baffles keep me on the pad better too. So far I recommend it.
Date published: 2016-07-09
Rated 3 out of
Very lightweight but not comfyI ended up returning this because the gaps between the baffles of air caused my hips to dig into the ground:(