Durable expedition mat for cold nights
- DOWNMAT TECHNOLOGY™ ensures maximum protection from cold ground
- compact pack size
- recycled face fabrics
The Dura 6R is a durable, warm mat for demanding adventures, including extended outings in alpine and polar regions, rugged paddling trips and overlanding.
Suitable for a wide range of adventures, the EXPED Dura sleeping mat offers an optimal balance of durability, light weight, warmth and comfort.
DOWNMAT TECHNOLOGY™ - 700 cuin down insulation for use in all seasons, ensures maximum warmth in any weather or for the coldest sleeper, while a 7 cm thick air cushion cradles the body. Air chambers run head to toe, fully supporting the body for an unrivaled night's sleep and giving maximum durability.
The Dura sleeping mat features recycled 75D/170D ripstop face fabric; all EXPED mats are certified carbon neutral by myclimate.
EXPED's Schnozzel Pumpbag is included: rapid, moisture-free mat inflation: lung power not required!
MW: 35 oz
LW: 37.4 oz
LW: 13 x 6.7 in
LW: 77.6 in
Schnozzel Pumpbag UL
LW: 25.6 in
LW: 25.6 in
TPU film laminate
Climate neutral product
EXPED measures and fully offsets all global warming gases (CO2 equivalents) from manufacturing and shipping this product.
More and more EXPED products are made from recycled materials. Materials gained from previously made materials -such as PET-bottles or waste from the production of textiles.
Responsible Down Standard (RDS)
RDS is the strictest standard for animal welfare in the production of down. EXPED uses 100% certified down in all down products.
Made in Taiwan: Feng Yi
Feng Yi is an established mat manufacturer based in Taichung City in Taiwan and has been producing the well-known mats for EXPED for over 20 years.
Abbreviation for Per- or poly fluorinated chemicals, also known as fluorcarbons. Non degradable and accumulating toxic chemicals used for waterproofing.
Bluesign certified material
Bluesign®, the world's strictest textile standard for environmental protection and consumer protection in textile production. The listed products aren't certified under this standard. Only accordingly specified materials are certified.
How do I store my mat?
We recommend storing the rolled up mat with both valves open in a dry and cool place e.g. under the bed.
How can I patch a hole in the mat?
Here are a few helpful videos on how to repair sleeping mats. You can also find instructions in the repair kit included with your sleeping mat.
How to Repair a Leaking Sleeping Mat
How do I clean my sleeping mat?
We recommend cleaning the mat with warm water and a mild detergent (no bleach!). Carefully clean the mat with a cloth or soft sponge. Make sure all valves are completely closed. Rinse well. The mat should be allowed to air dry after cleaning. DO NOT put your mat in a washing machine or dryer.
How do I distribute the down evenly in my mat?
As with a comforter, the down works best when at its fluffiest. Therefore, before you lie down, you should shake the down mat slightly and pat it out so that the down can redistribute itself evenly again after it has been rolled up. Then you sleep nice and warm.