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Exped Syn Mat 9

by Exped

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Terracotta
Long Wide
  • polyester
  • 77.5x26"
  • Synthetic micro-fiber filling that is laminated to both upper and lower sides of the mat which eliminates loss of loft
  • Fast and easy to use integrated pump system
  • Laminated polyester fabric
  • Measures 76 inches long by 26 inches wide
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FEATURES of the Exped Syn Mat 9 Microfiber insulation bonded to top and bottom for maximum loft/warmth Integrated pump for quick and easy inflation 75 denier fabric for durability I-beam baffles SPECIFICATIONS of the Exped Syn Mat 9 R-Value: 6.0 Thickness: 3.5" / 9.0 cm Pump Status: Integrated Dimension: 77.5 x 26" / 197 x 65 cm Average Weight: 40.7 oz / 1155 g

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  • ASIN: B001VLRKJG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #79,767 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Best mat i've ever had!
diane flores
The air pump is pretty good and stays with the mattress, downside is that it takes a bit longer to blow up.
TZ
Do yourself a favor and buy this mat.
gotothis

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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By osmium on September 25, 2009
Color Name: TerracottaSize Name: Long Wide Verified Purchase
To make it short:
In my opinion, this is the best mat money can buy at the moment.
I was tired, awaking with aching back from Thermarest mats with only 2 cm thickness. The only Thermarest stuff I could use for a comfortable sleep were base camp and luxury camp, both far too heavy for a hike.
So I tried the Exped Synmat, a high-tech air-mat which is covered with foam in the inside. You simply open one valve, the mat inflates a little bit by itself due to the foam, the rest is done with the internal pump (which is simply a structured foam) by allowing air to get into the foam, closing the valve with the hand and pressing the air from the foam into the mat. That is very easily done and takes only a minute.
The sleeping comfort is outstanding! It is nearly as comfortable as your mattress in your bed at home. It keeps you warm and you can even use it in winter, due to a very good insulation. Again: This is sleeping like in your bed - I can't stop saying how good the comfort is. Due to the structured surface there is no problem with sliding away from the mat with your sleeping bag.
Big pluses are:
- lightweight
- small and good to carry
- comes with sack and repair kit
- COMFORT !!!
I would buy this mat again and again. I even use it for guests at home and noone ever had concerns with aching backs.
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 28, 2010
I purchased a Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Air Mattress Large before this Exped Synmat 9 Deluxe. The NeoAir is great (19 oz, packs small) but mine began to leak through pinholes at the seams after about 10 uses. To Thermarest's credit they replaced it (with a refurbished one) quickly. However, in the mean time, I purchased the Exped SynMat 9 Deluxe.

Frankly, the Exped 9 seems like it is built like a tank compared to the Neoair. The Exped weighs 23 oz more (42 oz vs 19 oz). It is 1 inch wider (26" vs 25") than the Neoair. It is also 1" thicker (3.5" vs 2.5"). The Exped 9 has an R value of 6 vs R=2.5 for the Neoair. The Exped 9 Deluxe has a built-in pump, a repair kit, and a stuff bag--the Neoair has none of these "extras." The Exped 9 is also at least 50% more bulky when rolled up, than the Neoair. I have no trouble deflating/rolling-up either the Exped 9 or the Neoair. While the built-in pump of the Exped 9 works, I use a Coleman 4D pump to inflate both air pads. To top each off, if necesary, I use a few puffs for the Neoair and a few pumps w/ the built-in pump on the Exped 9.

Considering the bulk and the weight of the Exped 9, it is very suited for kayak-camping or car-camping. Some backpackers do use the Exped 9.

The Exped 9 provides a GREAT NIGHT'S SLEEP (the NeoAir does too if it does not leak.)

I kayak-camp about 20 nights a year--mostly along coastal Everglades during the winter. During the summer-fall, I am in the rockies at 8000-9000' where I usually camp 25+ nights at temperatures into the low 20s. I do numerous multi-day trips into remote areas where it will be very inconvenient if an inflatable mattress fails. For this reason, the Exped 9 is my hands down favorate for back-country camping.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By TZ on July 12, 2010
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I think this is pretty well the ultimate in sleeping pads. Warm, insulates well from the ground, very compact storage... and doesn't deflate! I can sleep on my side with this pad... without contacting the ground. The air pump is pretty good and stays with the mattress, downside is that it takes a bit longer to blow up. Good part of the air pump is that it keeps moisture from your breath out of the insulating material... or you can use another air pump (external).

I guess there is a minor bad side to the pad, the insulating material requires a flat spot to pack it up and roll the air out. Other than that, this is a winner.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Steve on January 13, 2011
I'm 100% behind this product--very comfortable and warm. In fact, it's more comfortable and warmer than our Aerobeds for car camping and hotels. I highly recommend getting the optional sack for it for additional protection, even though it has seemed very durable and has endured many nights of abuse by me and my children (albeit with the mattress sack). The pump is easy to operate once you get the hang of it (push down on the pump valve to loosely close it while you're simultaneously pushing down on the whole pump surface with two hands, then release the valve to let it fill with air, and repeat). And if you open the release valve, fold it, and just roll it up, the mat and sack fit easily into the stuff sack; not sure why others have said they have a hard time rolling it up!
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By gotothis on January 9, 2011
Hands down the single most comfortable pad I have ever camped on. This thing rocks! The built in pump is cool and easy when you set your kids loose on the task of inflating it. I will never sleep on a Z-Rest again. It is very warm as well. No complaints. Heck it can even double as an emergency raft if your in a flash flood. Quality all around and I am going to buy two more. Do yourself a favor and buy this mat. You cant put a price on a good nights sleep.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By M. Bales on May 31, 2010
Color Name: TerracottaSize Name: Long Wide Verified Purchase
Wow.

Needed some assist with the back and sleeping many years ago - self-inflating pad just wasn't thick enough for sleeping on side, or back for that matter, any longer. Tried doubling up pads, never worked well besides being heavy.

Went for an old fashioned vulcanized rubber air mattress monstrosity that weighed 6 lbs - comfort worth the weight I thought. And still had to use closed-cell foam blue pad for the winter backpacking to not freeze using it.

Found out about this whole line of products and got this, fearful of problem of cold.
Not a problem down to 15 F anyway. I think 0 F might be pushing it for me, and I sleep warm too. But at that point adding the blue pad will still make this a lighter combo than a self-inflating pad alone.

And the ability to sleep on the side with no shoulder or hip hitting the ground. Wow.

Sticky enough surfaces, even when outside at that 15 F, the crystallized condensation on ground cloth and pad and sleeping pad didn't cause me to slide around.

Great pack-ability, with options for your own method.

Store partially inflated, so foam used as pump has quick recovery to it, and insulation on inside isn't compressed. They say store open, but that would still compress the insulation.

Just have to figure out a pillow. It has 2 loops for supposedly tying backpack to the top and using that as pillow - but that is not comfortable nor tall enough to come above the 4" of pad already there.

Still fearful of longevity, only 2 trips of 3 nights each in the winter. And I scope the ground pretty good for piercing problems. I'll report any changes when I get back to winter again.
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