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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

    Material
    [top] 30D, [bottom] 75D
    Style
    air pad
    Shape
    rectangular
    Dimensions
    72 x 23 x 2.5 in
    R-Value
    1.3
    Pump
    no
    Stuff Sack
    yes
    Packed Size
    3 x 8 in
    Claimed Weight
    16.33 oz
    Recommended Use
    camping

    Tech Specs

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    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.

      Yes! Just, Yes!

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      What an amazing step up in being lightweight, packable, AND SO COMFORTABLE.

      I am a sprawling stomach and side sleeper. I'm hardly made for sleeping in a mummy bag, but I love camping, and this has definitely become my favorite piece of backpacking gear, especially for the side sleeping.

      It packs up smaller than a 1L Nalgene bottle, and they are pretty accurate with the 10-15 breaths estimate.

      Great Pad at a Very Reasonable Price

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

      I bought the Klymit Static v2 Sleeping Pad for my husband. He had been using the same Therm-a-Rest pad for the last 15 years. He's the type to hold onto equipment whereas I'm the type that wants to try new things.

      Initial impressions when the pad arrived was, "Wow, that packs up small!" I wondered if we would ever get it back into the stuff sack once used (it literally is the size of a water bottle). It did!

      We just returned from a camping vacation in New Mexico. We stayed both in the desert (southern NM) as well as the mountains (northern NM). My husband states he was comfortable every night.

      Easy to inflate (roughly 20 breaths) and deflate. I'm glad I bought the Klymit Static v2 Sleeping Pad for my husband.

      No reason to get anything else

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Whether I am backpacking in to my favorite lake or camping next to my car, I see no reason to get any other pad. The size and weight are phenomenal of course and in my opinion the comfort is no less than pads twice as expensive and twice as large. Tiny, durable and comfortable...

      SWEET!

      • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

      I got this pad for my husband and when I received it I was shocked with how small it packs down! We took it camping last weekend and he loved it. It inflates quickly and easily, stays inflated, is very comfortable and packs back down easily. Very impressed!

      Favorite Piece of Camping Gear

        I bought the Static V without ever hearing of Kylmit - but they were offering a good sale so I decided to go for it. I'm so glad I did because it has become my favorite piece of backpacking gear, and one of my favorite pieces of gear in general. When rolled up, it's a little smaller than my 1L nalgene and nice and lightweight, too. I love how compact it is, because it's easy to store in my pack when I'm hiking.
        Then, when you blow it up, it almost magically turns into this big, cushy, comfortable sleeping pad. Because of the 'v' baffles, it only takes ~20 breaths to fill this bad boy up.
        It's been super durable and I've been able to use it a ton without any signs of wear. If you're in the market for a new pad, definitely check this one out. It's light enough for backpacking, cushy enough for glamping!

        Save the money and the weight!

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        I've only used this pad a handful of times but so far, it has lived up to the hype and product descriptions.

        I was apprehensive about an air vs. foam pad as I a.) did not want to hear a noise ever time I shifted or rolled and b.) was concerned that it would have to be blown up all the way (ie: fairly stiff) in order to prevent pressure points from touching the ground.

        The thing is a breeze to blow up, deflate and pack and the material seems quite durable!
        The V pattern makes it super comfortable and allows for an even feel on the pad, even when it is inflated less than 100%. I blow mine up to somewhere around 75% and it provides a great snoozing foundation.

        folded size comparison

        From Left to Right:

        Therm-a-rest NeoAir All Season http://www.backcountry.com/therm-a-rest-neoair-reflect-sleep-pad

        Therm-a-rest NeoAir Xtherm http://www.backcountry.com/therm-a-rest-neoair-xtherm-max-sleeping-pad



        Nemo Cosmo Air Lite http://www.backcountry.com/nemo-equipment-inc.-cosmo-air-lite-sleeping-pad



        Klymit Static V2 http://www.backcountry.com/klymit-static-v2-sleeping-pad

        folded size comparison

        You won't believe it

          I saw that tiny stuff sack and thought I'd better gear up for a long night on the mountain...I was so wrong. Not only does it deflate and pack away easily and quickly but every nights sleep is great on the Static V2 pad. So comfortable. Definitely money well spent and night well slept!

          Amazed

            Love this pad...was skeptical it could actually be comfortable because of its tiny stuff sack . But when I inflated it that first night on the mountain and climbed in my bag to sleep, I was seriously amazed at how comfortably I slept. Highly recommend the Klymit Static V2 Sleeping Pad.

            Best Pad Ever

            • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

            I use this pad whenever I got backpacking and it has never let me down. You can't beat the performance this pad gives at this price. I can't agree more with what the Gearist review said... "Whether you are backpacking, trekking, car camping or need something soft to crash on when traveling; weight, size and comfort matter. So, when you find a sleeping pad like the Klymit Static V2, you want to shout about it from the rooftops."

            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[