Insulated Static V sleep pad Description
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Insulated Static V sleep pad Reviews
I recently picked up the full…
I recently picked up the full length non-insulated version if the Klymit inflatable pad to use for kayak camping on a trip to a fjord in Quebec. The pad is impressively tiny, less than a quarter of the size of my shortie Thermarest, yet it is at least as comfortable, very good quality and quite a bit cheaper. Found it on sale at Dunham sports for $50. The packed pad is so tiny it could fit in a water bottle or jacket pocket. I found sleeping on it was very comfortable - my hips usually ache when using my other pads but not with this one. Inflates easily and has a sturdy, locking valve, even comes with a nice little integral patch kit in the stuffsack. I'm picky about gear but this little product passes muster.
Great pad that I have used…
Great pad that I have used many times in cold and warm weather. I am large and tall (6'6" 270) and a side sleeper, yet this pad is perfectly comfortable all night long. It takes 10-15 breaths to blow up and rolls up to the size of a Nalgene bottle. It is insulated and has a really high r-value. I have used it down to 20 degrees on snow pack and it really helps keep you warm. I find it more comfortable than a Thermarest and way cheaper at around $75 on Amazon.