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Klymit Static V2 Sleeping Pad


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    Almost as luxurious as your bed at home.

    Lighter than—yet just as comfortable as—the original, the Klymit Static V2 Sleeping Pad is a must-have for any serious backpacker. With a new, lighter high-end polyester fabric, the V2 makes for a cushy trek in and then an even cushier night's sleep. It only takes 10-15 breaths to inflate, and with the included stuff sack and patch kit, transportation and repairs are a breeze.

    • 75D bottom fabric
    • 30D top fabric
    • Rectangular shape
    • Stuff sack and patch kit included
    • Item #KLT0005

    Tech Specs

    [top] 30D, [bottom] 75D
    air pad
    72 x 23 x 2.5 in
    Stuff Sack
    Packed Size
    3 x 8 in
    Claimed Weight
    16.33 oz
    Recommended Use

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    Excellent warm weather pad

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    The Static V2 sleeping pad is great for warm weather camping. It's thick enough for side sleepers and back sleepers alike. It's small enough and doesn't take forever to inflate. If you're camping in colder weather check out the insulated version to keep you warmer. I toss and turn a lot at night and the side baffles help keep me on the pad and off the ground. Highly recommend it.

    Can't beat it!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I bought this pad as a gift for a family member. They are just getting into camping backpacking and needed a solid pad without spending a lot of money. They have taken this out a few time and love how compact and comfortable this pad has been. Would reccomend to anyone!

    Amazingly compact and comfortable!

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

    These pads are great! They pack up so small but they are amazingly comfortable! The V2 is a must have for backpacking light! Durability will be proven over time, but for now I'm really optimistic!

    Easy to use

      This thing is really easy to blow up, and packs down easily once you get used to it. It's also really comfortable to sleep on pretty much no mater how you sleep. If you're on the taller side or sleep on your side it's a really good option. I haven't had any problems with it popping or tearing yet, and I even woke up to find that I'd slept on top of a pretty jagged stump (which I didn't notice thanks to this thing). I think you get a lot more than you'd expect based on its price point.

      So Small

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

      Easy to air up. It is so small. Good for camping. Only downside is its R value is a little low but you can always buy an insulated one.

      never worked

        I bought this pad for my boyfriend for his birthday. the first time we opened it was on the site we had canoed to stay for 5 nights. the thing had multiple holes. we canoed to town and got the appropriate materials to patch the holes. the patches wouldn't hold and ultimately I ended up sleeping on the ground for 5 nights. huge disappointment

        Great mid-range pad

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        Very comfortable, super light, and surprisingly small pack size.

        Given the weight, size, and comfort of this pad, I would consider it to be a great option for the money. The only downside is that the material can tear if you are not careful but it does come with a patch kit.

        Really small but....

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        My valve ended up seizing up due to errant dust/wind storms. Still works ok, but I have a yank the entire valve core out in order to deflate/inflate. Kind of a bummer. Other than that it's an easy, comfortable, and tiny pad.

        Comfy and compact

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

        Finally made the upgrade from a child's sleeping pad (I was trying to save money, what can I say?), and this was a good decision. It's comfortable, affordable, and what a joy to finally have a long sleeping pad. It goes on for days!! (I'm 5' 4" so keep that in mind). I'm a side sleeper, and it works well for that, and I used it in temperatures that were somewhat chilly (high 30s/low 40s?) and did not notice the lack of R-value. Probably need something warmer for the cold, however, like other reviewers point out. PACKS DOWN SO SMALL!!

        Great pad for the price

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        Packs really nice and is very light for the price. I picked one up over a year ago for myself since my Therm-A-Rest is a hard on my back. I used mine every other weekend last year and it is holding up great so far so I picked up a wnd one for my wife.

        If you are camping in temps around 35f or lower I would use an insulated pad over this one but it is great for summer.

        Very Comfy, Easy to Blow Up and Compact

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

        I have used this for a few nights and I love it so far, I have a dog and against my wishes she walked over it with longer nails and it held up! I am impressed with the comfort level and I am an all night side sleeper. I love that it is easy to blow up and packs so small. I would recommend this to anyone.

        Great pad, popped quite soon

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        I bought this pad stoked on all the good reviews It has received. The pad lived up to these reviews! however it did pop quite soon, but came with a patch kit and was easy to repair. I have yet to have a sleeping pad that hasn't popped though.

        Great pad!

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        Love this pad! I bought it for it's size and weight and love it for the support that it provides. My wife loves it as well. I did not find it noisy when moving around. It is compact and much smaller than some of my earlier pads. It also gets me off the ground a little more providing some bottom insulation. We have used them several times. I am a side sleeper and I don't feel any pressure on my hips when on my side. Just took it on a trip through Utah and the Grand Canyon!

        LIghtweight, compact and comfortable

          It takes 12-15 breaths to inflate and it packs down smaller than a nalgene bottle. It is comfortable for uneven surfaces and it sufficiently covered up rocks. I was able to comfortable sleep on my side for multiple nights in a row but I would recommend a pillow if you are a side sleeper, my compression sack with a puffy did not suffice.

          Side sleeper's savior

          • Familiarity: I've used it several times

          I am so glad I purchased this for my recent camping trip. It is easy to inflate and works well throughout the night. Kept my hip off the ground even through I am a side sleeper. The valve was a little difficult to secure the first night (especially without the use of my headlamp) but I soon learned the feel of it completely closing and it worked much better through the rest of the trip. I did have to add air to it before bed each night, but it held well overnight with my weight on it.

          Great product for the money

          • Familiarity: I've used it several times

          I am continually looking for a lighter way to do my backpacking and I have found my perfect sleep solution with this. I have used everything from "nothing", thin foam pads, self inflating air mattresses, to other tube-style inflatables. None offer the same support and light weight as this (except for the "nothing" option but that was unpleasant). It has been used on the ground, in a shelter, and in the back of an SUV with varying contours and each time I slept well supported on hips, shoulders, and knees. The fact it rolls back up onto the orignal stuff sack without effort is great. Size of a Nalgene bottle roughly so it fits in the pack and is not strapped to the outside.

          Unanswered Question

          All Big Agnes brand air mattress models are 20" wide. This one is listed at 23" wide. Has anyone tried this mattress inside the air pad pocket of a rectangular Big Agnes sleeping bag? Does it work?

          Unanswered Question

          What kind of pump can be used?. l cannot breath thru my mouth and can not blow my wife's V2 up[