Exped designed the Downmat XP 7 Sleeping Pag for trekking in colder climates. It's insulated with 700-fill down for lofty warmth--rated to -11F--that weighs two pounds or less. Exped wrapped this insulation up in durable polyester laminated for abrastion- and water-resistance. This sleeping pad includes Exped's innovative Schnozzel Pumpbag that conveniently inflates the pad in four pumps, and doubles as the pad's stuff sack so you aren't sacrificing more space in your pack.
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