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Klymit insulated static v

The Klymit Insulated Static V Sleeping Pad

This pad has a unique v-chamber design which significantly slows air movement as well as reduces the loss of heat. The v-chamber design utilizes body mapping technology for optimal comfort. Body mapping consists of identifying the critical areas with which your body touches the pad and then customizing the pad with extra firmness in those areas of contact in order to prevent sagging or discomfort. The Insulated Static V pad utilizes Primaloft synthetic insulation to keep the user warm and cozy on cold nights. Klymit focuses on creating the most lightweight pads possible. The Klymit Insulated Static V is no exception, being one of the lightest over sized pads in the world. Inflating the pad will be very quick since the v-chamber design allows the pad to inflate with a minimal amount of air. It will take approximately 10-15 breaths to blow up the pad. The pad also comes with a hand pump which will allow the user to add extra firmness to the pad if desired. The Klymit Insulated Static V also utilizes a push valve system which easily and quickly inflates and deflates the pad. Despite the Insulated Static V being an air filled pad, it is quite durable and unlikely to pop. However, the manufacture does offer a limited lifetime warranty.

Specifications:

Weight: 25 oz, 709 g
Insulation: Primaloft
Dimensions: 72″ x 23″ x 2.5″,183 cm x 59 cm x 6.5 cm
R-Value: *4.4
Packed Size: 5″ x 9″, 12.7 cm x 22.8 cm
Includes: Stuff Sack, Patch Kit
Warranty: Limited Lifetime (Manufacturer)

Product Website: http://excursionoutfitters.com/shop/klymit-insulated-static-v-sleeping-pad/

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Comments (2)

RobNovember 21st, 2014 at 11:53 am

There is a lot of comfort in this pad and I really enjoy everything about it minus the amount of time it takes to pack up. Maybe mines a bum version but it takes repeated attempts to get all the air out. It’s a pain. Other than that its all good.

WadeJune 11th, 2015 at 10:35 am

I have been very happy with my Klimit Static V (I have the uninsulated version). I also have a Big Agnes insulated Air Core pad which developed slow leak not long after purchase. So small I can’t find the dang thing. But it requires topping off in the night. Got the Klimit in a pinch before heading out on a trip as it was the most affordable inflatable pad I could find. It has been through some pretty harsh conditions, including just sleeping on the ground without a groundcloth, and no leaks! I have not had an issue deflating except that if I lay it out in front of me and roll it up, as I drag the far end (where the valve is) toward me, it has a tendency to close the valve. That aside, I have recommended this pad to many people.

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