Exped DownMat XP 9 Sleeping Pad

Exped DownMat XP 9 Sleeping Pad
Exped DownMat XP 9 Sleeping Pad
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DownMat XP 9 Sleeping Pad by Exped
Designed with high-altitude base camps in mind, the Exped DownMat XP Sleeping Pad boasts plush comfort and exceptionally high R-values. The 700-fill goose down insulation provides enough warmth for extremely cold weather and the included Schnozzel Pumpbag allows you to quickly and reliably inflate the pad.

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SKU: XPD0031
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