Klymit Static V2 Sleeping Pad

Klymit Static V2 Sleeping Pad

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A comfortable, minimalist sleeping pad for anyone looking to pare down their load, the Klymit Static V2 is made with durable 75d nylon on the bottom and lighter 30d nylon on the top. It inflates easily in 10 to 15 breaths through a push valve, and its body-mapped V shape and dynamic side rails hug your body as you sleep Read More
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iplayinthedirt
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Mar 7, 2021
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Extremely light and that is where it shines, but an additional foam pad is pretty much necessary.
Heyybooboo
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Jun 7, 2020
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Great pad.
Very comfortable, even as a side sleeper. Ended up getting the fitted sheet for it when the weather gets cooler. No issues yet
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Would recommend to a friend.
GinaCico
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Dec 10, 2019
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Fun while it lasted
I bought this two years ago. It is super lightweight and compact, yet still inflates to be cushy and comfortable. Now it won’t hold air. I’ve tested it in a tub full of water. There are no punctures, rather air is leaking at the valve. No way to take it apart to troubleshoot. Nothing worse than waking up on the hard ground in the middle of a trip! I learned that Klymit has a lifetime warranty on sleeping pads, so I submitted a request for repair or exchange. https://www.klymit.com/warranty
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Would not recommend to a friend.
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HappyCamper
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Jun 10, 2018
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Seems to lose air now.
Was a great buy two years ago as it revitalised my camping and made it much, much more comfortable. I'm tall, 2 metres and around 100kgs. The mat was very comfortable.
I've used it with a tent, bivvy bag and the last year and mostly this summer it's provided comfort in a hammock.
Glad I bought it.
I purchased an insulated kymit v after and though that now deflates too, it was a comfortable initially. The cost difference made that I had to pay a tax bill.
MerelR
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May 2, 2018
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I used it last summer in Scotland and Iceland, with a thin isolating mat underneath against the cold. It's super comfy, big enough for me to turn around on. In short, I slept like a baby. The only downside is that there are no grip spots on the bottom. lf you camp a slighty steep hill, you will slide away.
Ken.c
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May 2, 2018
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Works great
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Great sleeping pad! Carried it the whole length of the Appalachian Trail, comfortable both on ground and in my hammock. Only takes 12 breathes to inflate.
TheGreenman
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May 2, 2018
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Terrific bit of kit! The only downside is it's difficult to get the last bit of air out....
Derakkon
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May 1, 2018
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These pads are compact and lightweight making them great for backpacking. There isn't any insulation so they are better suited for warmer weather. They aren't as comfortable as the much larger mattresses used for car camping but it's good enough for me to get a good night's sleep. My only real problem with it is that the nozzle isn't as good as as the ones on Therm-a-rest pads. I'm not sure how durable it will be in the long run but it's held up for several trips so far though. Overall I am quite pleased with it.
GreatSchmaltez
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May 1, 2018
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Low insulation but a good balance of comfort. Wide enough for a 6’ 2” 210 lb dude (all muscle) and light enough for an ultra light setup
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