The Klymit Static V Sleeping Pad is a lightweight sleeping pad for hiking and camping. As you lay out all your gear to check everything off the list before loading it into your pack, you'll notice this sleeping pad packs down to the size of a water bottle. At just 18.1 ounces, it won't weigh it down either. When you get to your first camp, that's where the real fun begins. Inflate the mat via valve, which should only take 10-15 breaths, then adjust to your preference. The V Chamber is body mapped for comfort so you can sleep soundly through the night. Until the creepy rustling of a squirrel in the not-so-distant trees wakes you up. It could be a bear.
Rated 5 out of
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Very comfortable, super compact and lightweight!I searched for hours looking for the perfect lightweight sleeping pad. Found this great one at MooseJaw for a fantastic price. It's 1/3 the size of my old one - now I can carry more cool stuff in my backpack for longer trips. Thanks MooseJaw!
Date published: 2016-05-05
Rated 5 out of
Super comfy yet very lightI was on the fence about adding this to my gear but I am glad that I did. It is SUPREMELY comfortable and makes camping trips all the more pleasant because you get a good nights rest. MUCH more comfortable than a closed cell pad alone. I took my closed cell and the klymit on a trip to the adirondacks recently and it worked out great. Doesnt add much to your pack weight given the comfort level. I would shave off weight in other places and make room for this. 18 ounces isnt bad considering the huge difference it makes. I decided to go with this one over the mor einsulated version of it, and instead combined it with my close cell pad. The total weight came out to about the same as it would have been for the heavier kylmit pad alone. But this way I have the ability to split up the weight and leave or take one item if I choose. Also The closed cell pad serves as an insurance policy for if the klymit pops a leak int he backcountry, while also minimizing the chances of leakes to begin with if you put it under the klymit. Overall, you cant go wrong with this pad. Folds down to nothing, very easy to inflate it takes like 10 seconds and fairly lightweight for the addition of comort. Its worth every ounce on the trail.