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Exped DownMat 7 Sleeping Mat


Luxurious warmth in a sleeping mat, the Exped DownMats are also very comfortable, compact and compress well due to the down fill. Inner baffles reduce heat transfer to keep you warmer and make for a stable sleeping surface while the thickness of the mat smooths out uneven ground. And to top it off, Exped's integrated pump makes inflation easy.

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  • Medium
  • Long Wide

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  • Lightest, warmest, and most compact mat for extreme four-season capabilities
  • The thick cushion of air provides comfort and smooths out uneven ground. And as down compresses extremely well, Downmats packs smaller than other insulated mats.
  • 700-fill, Nocar-treated (non-toxic treatment which helps to stop down from clumping and prevents mould forming) goose down insulation
  • Low profile valves (one for inflation, the other for deflation) are not on the mat's edge and don't stick out and are therefore protected and durable
  • Laminated, polyester fabric is UV and abrasion resistant, slip resistant, air tight and humidity resistant
  • High-frequency welded seam construction
  • Baffled chambers eliminate cold spots and create a comfortable, supportive and stable air cushion
  • Unique integrated pump for rapid intuitive inflation
  • Customise fit to suit your body (see technologies tab)
  • 2 loops at the head end allows the packsack to be attached as a pillow
  • Stuff sack and field repair kit (fabric patches, glue and repair manual) and users manual included


Length 183cm (Medium), 197cm (Long Wide)
Width 52cm (Medium), 65cm (Long Wide)
Thickness 7cm
Rolled Size 24 x 15.5cm (Medium)
27 x 16cm (Long Wide)
Fill 700-fill, Nocar-treated goose down
Fill Weight 170g (Medium), 220g (Long Wide)
Average Weight mat/packsack and mat combined:
870g/888g (Medium)
1111g/1131g (Long Wide)
Relative Warmth (R Value) 5.9 (1.04m2.kelvins/watt)
Temperature Rating minus 24°C
Made From Laminated polyester


FlatValve Technology: Exped is the first manufacturer worldwide to incorporate these durable, easy to use valves in selfinflating mats. Two flat valves, one for inflation and one for deflation are found in the mat. One-way flaps on the valves hinder air from escaping during inflation, as 'self inflating mats' usually need a couple of breaths of air for top-up, and prevent air from re-entering during deflation and roll-up. Being flat in design, non protruding, of soft PU and without sharp edges makes these valves more durable than traditional ones.

100% airtight: each individual mat is tested for 72 hours prior to leaving the factory! The mats withstand 5x the pressure usually generated during inflation, which means they bear the weight of a car without bursting. The mat should be kept away from thorns, heat sources, fire sparks and general abuse. There is a compromise between low weight and durability. But this can be compensated by care.

Customise fit to your body ergonomics and sleeping behaviour with the FlatValve technology of the Exped mats: once the mat has been inflated completely and you are lying on it, pressure can be released by pressing on the one-way flap of the open Inflation valve. Release air through short bursts until you find the ideal softness of the mat for your sleeping position. This way sleeping outdoors will be a positive experience for users with back problems or the more mature of us, as countless messages sent to Exped confirm.


Keep your mat away from thorns, heat sources, fire sparks and general abuse. There is a compromise between low weight and durability. But this can be compensated by care.


Tips on inflating Exped mats with integrated pumps:

Deflating the Mat:

Questions on Exped DownMat 7 Sleeping Mat

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  • From Joe on 24/11/2009

    • Would the Exped down matt be a good one for use on a motorcycle? Also what powers the pump? Is it manual or electric?
      How rugged are these matts as far as punctures go?
    • The DownMat pump with wide valves is an excellent light weight durable mat for all condition uses, it is very warm as having down insulation in it. It packs down nice and small it has a inbuilt manual pump. In regards to punctures it is durable but I would suggest that you check the area before putting it down and using it as you would with all inflatable mats.
  • From Peter on 4/02/2010

    • Hi, when are you getting in stock in the 9 dlx?
    • Hi Peter,
      At this stage the supplier is not bringing in anymore of the Exped Down Mat 9 Deluxe. There maybe more being ordered but they will most likely not arrive for another 6 months.
  • From Polly on 25/04/2010

    • I am looking to buy a regular size . That is 178 in lenght by 52 Weight 898. I slept on one last night and it was great
    • Hi Polly, The only Downmats we have available currently are the ones listed on our website. In a standard length we have the Downmat 7 Deluxe Pump with Wide Valves for $269. You can find all the specifications on our website. Thanks
  • From Jenni on 24/05/2010

    • Hi,

      You seem to be out of the Exped Downmat 7 Short. Will you be getting any more in in the near future?
    • Hi Jenni, We are expecting a shipment of Down Mats in Mid July. We will hopefully have more of the Downmat 7 short available then. As soon as they are instock we will have them online. Thanks
  • From Glen on 15/06/2010

    • We leave on a trip late July, any chance your shipment for 2 x Exped Down Mat 9 DLX will be avail for delivery to Aust by then
      Is $269 the price for all versions? If not what is the price of the above mat
    • Hi Glen, Unfortunately all of our Down Mats are out of stock at the moment. We are expecting more to arrive at the end of July, however we do not have a firm date for these. Without knowing when they are arriving I do not think we could receive them and have them delivered to you before your trip. The prices vary depending on which mat yu get as well as the length you choose. The standard length down mat 9 wide valve is $279 and the standard length down mat 9 wide valve deluxe is $299. Thanks

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