Exped ComfortFoam Mat 7


7 M 7 LW
Size 183 x 52 cm / 72 x 20 in 197 x 65 cm / 77.5 x 26 in
Thickness 7 cm / 2.8 in 7 cm / 2.8 in
Weight 1340 g / 47.3 oz 1650 g / 58 oz
Packed 30 x 16 cm / 12 x 6 in 36 x 17 cm / 14 x 7 in
Temp. -17° C / 1° F -17° C / 1° F
R-value 4.9 4.9

Manufacturer's Description

Visit Exped's ComfortFoam Mat 7 page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Exped ComfortFoam 7 Long Wide self-inflating air mattress is light and warm for excellent year-round comfort. Recycled foam cylinder insulation keeps you warm and comfortable for a restful night's sleep. UV- and abrasion-resistant ripstop polyester fabric is also slip-proof and airtight. Baffle chambers prevent cold spots; welded, dual valves allow maximum airflow. Comfort rated down to -10deg F. Stuff sack, repair patches and adhesive included. Closeout.


The standard for comfort excellence in backpacking and climbing situations, the ComfortFoam Mat 7 is the lightest full-length mattress in the Exped ComfortFoam series. Beneath the durable, slip-proof, UV-resistant polyester cover is a baffled chamber construction filled with recycled foam insulation. The ComfortFoam Mat 7 is nearly an inch thinner than Exped's ComfortFoam Mat 9 collection, so it provides you with a smaller packed profile and significant weight savings. The ComfortFoam Mat 7 is best suited for moderate three-season use, although you could use it to sleep on snow or cold rock surfaces if you pack a cold weather sleeping bag. If you're considering a mattress strictly for sleeping outside in the summer months, check out Exped's AirMat 7.5 Pump Deluxe

- Altrec Outdoors

Exped ComfortFoam Mat 7

previously retailed for:
$25.73 - $78.95

The Exped ComfortFoam Mat 7 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 13, 2013 at REI.

If you're looking for a new self-inflating sleeping pad, check out the best reviewed current models.

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