Exped SynMat 12

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The super-thick and warm and Exped SynMat 12 Sleeping Pad provides excellent insulation from the cold, hard ground for year-round adventures, and it still packs down small to fit in your backpack.


As thick as it gets, generous in size, unbelievably comfortable and extremely compact when packed, lightweight and warm. This Exped SynMat 12 also features the durable FlatValve technology and I-Beam baffle construction. The included smart Schnozzel Pump bag ensures quick and easy inflation without the risk of lung humidity reaching the insulator. The pump bag also doubles as waterproof compression bag.

- CampSaver.com

Sweet dreams come from a night spent under the stars on the Exped Synmat 12 Sleeping Pad. This pad raises you almost 5 inches off the ground so creepy crawlies, other than your sweetie, won't wind up snuggling with you through the night. Rugged 75D fabric withstands the wear and tear of being dragged in and out of the car, being pumped up and then deflated, and being jumped upon by the kids. Car camping need not be an exercise in frugality or suffering, nor need it be restricted to the warmer months. Microfiber insulation on top and bottom minimizes the amount of cold air reaching your slumbering soul to keep visions of sugar plums dancing in your head. I-beam baffles not only keep you comfortable but also ensure the air inside doesn't get crammed into corners by morning. Air elevates your sleeping experience, and works as insulation. The 6. 0 R-value offers warmth so you might only need a sheet when heading out for some summer fun. Some professional basketball players might find their feet hanging off the ends, but most other folks will stay tucked in, nice and tight. At 77. 5 inches long and 30 inches wide, you might be tempted to sleep on this pad every night, in the house and at the campsite. The Schnozzel pumpbag makes blowing this baby up a snap. When you're not pushing air, the pumpbag does double-duty as either a gearbag or sleeping bag stuff sack.

- Backcountry.com