Exped Synmat Duo Sleeping Pad

Exped Synmat Duo Sleeping Pad
Exped Synmat Duo Sleeping Pad
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Synmat Duo Sleeping Pad by Exped
The Exped Synmat Duo Sleeping Pad is insulated and wide enough for keeping two campers cozy in wintertime. Exped made it into separate halves so each sleeper can have their individual firmness, and each halve has two FlatValves to inflate and deflate separately. Exped included a Schnozzel Pumpbag that can inflate the sleeping pad and store in when it's time to pack up and head home.

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SKU: XPD0057
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