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    Quote Originally Posted by Tikker View Post
    the advantage of the regular size draumr is that you can use any commercially available pad of the right dimensions. the draumr XL requires the Fjol XL, which is a fine pad, but you have more cold weather options in the regular size


    and I suppose more hot weather, uninsulated options too (or lesser insulater maybe better term)


    that being said, Sintax got his Fjol down to well below its rated temps, so that's always good
    I put my Exped Downmat 9 XP in my Draunr XL and it worked just fine. Very little flop at each end and fine as I am 6 feet tall.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shug View Post
    I put my Exped Downmat 9 XP in my Draunr XL and it worked just fine. Very little flop at each end and fine as I am 6 feet tall.
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    Hi Shug -thanks for chiming in on this.

    I had no idea there were inflatable sleeping pads filled with down, and it's impressive that not only is it rated to -36 F, but apparently has the rigidity to work in the Dramur XL. Do you find the down filling in the Exped Downmat 9XP easily recovers from being compressed, and if given a choice would you prefer that pad or an equavalent (full length) UQ if that were possible? Also, do you think the rigidity would hold up for a guy that's 6'2" 250lb?

    *this is getting expensive lol...

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    Quote Originally Posted by USCAV View Post
    Hi Shug -thanks for chiming in on this.

    I had no idea there were inflatable sleeping pads filled with down, and it's impressive that not only is it rated to -36 F, but apparently has the rigidity to work in the Dramur XL. Do you find the down filling in the Exped Downmat 9XP easily recovers from being compressed, and if given a choice would you prefer that pad or an equavalent (full length) UQ if that were possible? Also, do you think the rigidity would hold up for a guy that's 6'2" 250lb?

    *this is getting expensive lol...
    The Exped works great in the Draumr as UQs don't really fit the Draumr.
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