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I'll start with the down sides. It's large and takes up a lot of room and it takes some effort to blow up. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Amazon Customer
My husband I followed the Tour De France a couple of years ago, camping on the side of roads, in paddocks and on near frozen ground in the Alps. Read morePublished 5 months ago by June Calder
I bought my mat at a sports store in Portland, OR in 2011. During a float trip down the Kisaralik River one night it snowed and everyone woke up because it was cold except me. Read morePublished 11 months ago by BETMakaveli
The Exped 9 downmat completely changed winter camping for me. My wife bought this for me because I would have never spent this kind of money on a mat for myself, but now I realize... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Rave On
Good product I have two, they/mine came from uk. Yes they are heavy and bulky. My wife went camping with some friends and they were on the ground. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Travis L. Mccaughey
I tried Thermarest. It was too thin. This pad is wonderful! I am almost as comfortable as being in my own bed at home. The hand pump works great. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Chezron
much better than my old 1970's vintage Frostline-kit sleeping pad
slept on concrete patio (non-snow-covered) when it was - 9 deg. F with -20 deg. Read more
OK, it is a bit on the heavy side. But the comfort more than makes up for it.
I've used it in the North Cascades (30 degrees) and in deep snow in Eastern Washington (5... Read more