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Klymit Static V Sleeping Pad

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    Ready for sleep dancing.

    No one actually sleeps without moving, and it's never fun to wake up on the cold and uncomfortable ground, so get some shuteye on the Klymit Static V Sleeping Pad. It's nearly two feet wide, so you have some room to wiggle, and it features dynamic side rails to keep you from rolling off the pad while you dream about doing the worm. The V-chamber design is optimized to keep you comfortable and warm with the minimum amount of material, too, so the Static V weighs just about one pound and compresses to the size of a water bottle for easy packing.

    • 75D polyester
    • V-chamber design
    • 1.3 R value
    • Inflates in 10-15 breaths
    • Stuff sack and patch kit included
    • Item #KLT000K

    Tech Specs

    Material
    75D polyester
    Style
    inflatable
    Shape
    rectangular
    Dimensions
    72 x 23 x 2.5 in
    R-Value
    1.3
    Stuff Sack
    yes
    Packed Size
    3 x 8 in
    Claimed Weight
    1 lb 2 oz
    Recommended Use
    backpacking, camping
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    Great Sleeping Pad

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This is a great pad. It is very compact and lightweight, making it easy to pack for any trip. The pad is very easy to blow up and deflate. It blows up very fast with minimal effort. It is comfy to sleep on and stays inflated. I usually have to just add a little bit of air each night. This was my first sleeping pad and I loved how easy it was to use, and I was surprised at how comfy it was.

    Does not stay inflated

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I bought this pad based on reviews. It seemed like a great pad for the price. It is very comfortable when it is fully inflated but I have not managed to get through an entire night without losing almost all of the air. I am not sure if it the valve that is leaking but I can't fine a hole anywhere.

    Really good lightweight pad

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Super lightweight and very compact, a great option for lightweight backpacking trips. It blows up super quickly by mouth, I think I only needed about 8-10 breaths to get it inflated to max capacity.

    That brings me to my issue though. I am only 165lbs, and bringing the pad to the highest pressure I could breathing into it alone, I felt like I was touching the ground at a couple points. I am a side sleeper and have admittedly bony hips, and my hips in particular were hitting the ground when I was on my side. I do like the small size and weight of the pad, so for when I need to pack light I will still bring it, but when I am doing more luxurious outings (river trips, car camping) I may bring a thicker pad.

    good sleeping pad.

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I went to scout camp with this. it was amazing, I would say that you could feel the baffles but when you put the sleeping bag on top of it makes it AMAZING. It was very easy to blow up. i would say the only miner issue with it was that the dirt was hard to get off the baffles. over all very good product.

    Backpacking With this Pad

    Not sure how this would work on the ground but on the wood platform I kept sliding off this pad all night long. Seems when I was on it it was kinda of comfortable. Sometimes the air bumps (thats what they can feel like) were digging into my back. Think I will stick with another sleeping pad. My son in the photo.

    Backpacking With this Pad

    Good pad

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I bought this pad for backpacking and camping. I have used it on several trips, and it really shines on warm nights. I found it to be very comfortable: my hip did not touch the ground even though I am a side sleeper!

    This pad is great if you use it for what it is intended for: warm nights. If you are expecting cool weather, it is a better to get pad with some insulation. This pad has a R value of 1.3, which means that anything below 45 may be a cold night. I spent several comfortable nights on this pad in temps around 50-60, but was uncomfortably cold on a night that dipped to around 35 (bag rated EN 32).

    Likes:
    -Decently light (18 ounces)
    -It takes me only a few minutes to blow it up, and the comfort is well worth it.
    -I think the green color is pretty and less of a stand-out than other sleeping pads (bright yellows, oranges).
    - Packs very small (about the size of a Nalgene).
    - Edge does not collapse like some pads.

    Dislikes:
    -The pad is noisy when moving around on it. This may be an annoyance to some.

    Overall a good pad for the money. Happy hiking!

    Sick First Impression

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    First of all, this thing wins for its price alone. It has similar specs to pads that are $30-$100 more. Sold already



    I received it and got to play with it and I am still stoked! It arrived in it's stuff sack about the size of 32oz Nalgene. It was denser than I thought, but I credit that to the 75D polyester. After unrolling and initial inspection, it seemed solid.

    I blew it up in the 10-12 healthy breaths as listed, and didn't have any trouble losing air between breaths cause the valve is easy to temporarily close. So if you have small lung capacity, this won't be an issue. The pad inflated to just around 2.5 inches when I measured it with a ruler.



    As far as comfort goes, I have not slept a whole night on it, but initial impressions are that the V channeled contours are legit. I sighed in comfort as I laid down ( and that doesn't happen lately as I am recovering from a broken spine).



    I left it inflated overnight to check for leaks and it stayed full all night. Even if it were to leak, there is a patch kit included in the stuff sack which is an awesome feature.



    Folding is pretty easy. I googled the technique and Klymit has a tutorial that makes it look breezy. My first fold and stuff didn't go as well as the video, but I still got it in the bag. As seen in the pic, it got slightly larger after my first roll-up, but is still tiny compared to comparable pad at this price and thickness.



    Sizing is okay for me. I am 6 foot 165lbs and it is not spacious, but I fit!

    Sick First Impression

    Great Lightweight Pad

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I really enjoy this pad when I'm out in my hammock during this summers camping and backpacking. It is super simple to use with a pressure valve mouthpiece that is an easy twist to open/close. I Usually can blow up the entire pad in 7 or 8 breaths and then 1 or 2 to make it as firm as I like it.

    The one negative thing I have about it(which is also a plus in a way) is that the material is so dense, meaning when all rolled up and packed up, it feels heavy for it's size when I put it in my pack. All packed up, it is about the size of a small Chipotle burrito. This all being said, the material is dense and rip and tear resistant. I have abused this thing on rocks, sand and soil for the last 3 years and I've never had to use the patch kit that came with it.

    As a lower cost pad, it works really well and I would highly suggest this to beginning backpackers and hammock campers who are looking to cut a few $$$ and have a low profile, highly packable pad.