Exped Mega Mat 10, LXW

October 11, 2019 - Comment

Stretch tricot fabric top for next to skin comfort Product Features 77.5×30″ The ultimate in comfort Flat Valve Technology features low profile valves for inflation and deflation are protected and durable 3-D construction with vertical sidewalls for super comfort Measures 77.5 inches long by 30 inches wide Famous Words of Inspiration…”The function of RAM is

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Stretch tricot fabric top for next to skin comfort

Product Features

  • 77.5×30″
  • The ultimate in comfort
  • Flat Valve Technology features low profile valves for inflation and deflation are protected and durable
  • 3-D construction with vertical sidewalls for super comfort
  • Measures 77.5 inches long by 30 inches wide

Comments

Anonymous says:

Extra-large, high-quality, comfortable, warm, adjustable, mattress for car, base, or urban camping This mattress is my favorite when pack size is not a factor. It is, however, too bulky for backpacking. The packed size is approx 31 inches by 10 inches and 5.7 pounds. The expanded size is about 30″ X 78″ X 4″. For more specs, you can check out Exped’s website. Exped also has two MegaMat videos available on YouTube.This mattress most directly competes with the Therm-a-Rest Dreamtime XL. They are comparable in both size and price. They’re each the flagship of comfort for their…

Anonymous says:

I might learn to love camping again After 3 tent camping trips this summer, I couldn’t bear sleeping on the ground and uncomfortable sleeping pads any more. So I started the quest to find something comfortable to sleep on. I considered memory foam mattress toppers, air mattresses, hammocks or anything that might help me. After reading seemingly endless reviews, my “quest” brought me to an Exped Megamat 10.After 2 weekend camping trips, The Exped has helped me regain comfort while camping! As a side…

Anonymous says:

Finally, the pinnacle of camp mattress comfort I’ve bought 4 Thermarest mattress pads over a 30-year period, each thicker than the last. They were great quality, and suited to their specific backpacking or car camping tasks. But, I was never fully satisfied, as I never jumped far enough into the thicker product range, to satisfy my advancing need of comfort over portability.I was about to take the final plunge into the Thermarest line, for a “luxury” mattress to use in my camper van, when I discovered the Exped mattress, and its…

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