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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joshcgt
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Sep 22, 2019
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$21.25 shipping to singapore. seriously?
Sep 22, 2019
Mickifree
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Jun 9, 2018
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Costco has V2 with the pillow for $50. I'm not sure about shipping for Costco, but your local Costco may carry them in store as I have seen them occasionally.

I have an older version, same R value, as well as the ultralight version. These are incredible for the price you pay, assuming you get them on sale and don't pay full retail. Some things you need to consider is the sound that these make. I personally don't mind the sound, but others absolutely hate it and compare it to crumbling a bag of chips. These are great for 3 seasons, but if you need something for the cold, definitely look elsewhere or get the insulated version.
Jun 9, 2018
lastzero
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Jan 11, 2018
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For at least where I live, the product is $53.35. The only problem is that it's only $10~ or so more on Amazon for me.... If you want to save, do buy it here but keep in mind, you are paying, for shipping/lag time....
Jan 11, 2018
oakback
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Oct 30, 2017
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I'm 6'4", 220 lbs, and a side sleeper. This was my first proper sleeping pad. I used this pad on a canoe trip, sleeping on sand banks and wooden platforms. It was great. I was pleasantly surprised at how firm I could make it, without it loosing any firmness while sleeping on my side and back, without ever feeling the ground/platform underneath. I also like that my feet and head weren't hanging off either end.
I camp in the south where it doesn't get that cold, so I'm not concerned with the insulating factors, and can't say how well it works for that.
Oct 30, 2017
Higgins
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Sep 22, 2017
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its not very comfortable it better to just go with a thermarest
Sep 22, 2017
DismalDave
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Sep 23, 2017
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I've not used a Thermarest as I'm too cheap. But I've slept on my side on both a wood tent platform and concrete with a Klymit v2 and been very comfortable. If you over-inflate it won't be too comfortable. My son who is in the Scouts has now decided he wants to use my v2. He was using my old blue foam. That's ok as I picked up the Massdrop EE quilt a few months ago and need the insulated version.
Sep 23, 2017
Higgins
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Sep 25, 2017
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i also own one and i've found the thurmarest to be quite a bit more comfortable also you can find them on ebay or at garage sales for quite cheep
Sep 25, 2017
halfbellstate
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Sep 22, 2017
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Is the shipping so expensive because massdrop is shipping these pads fully inflated? Well I suggest you deflate them first?
Sep 22, 2017
OuHiroshi
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Sep 22, 2017
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Meh deal, the V1 is like $20.
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Sep 22, 2017
Breault720
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Sep 22, 2017
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Where is this?
Sep 22, 2017
OuHiroshi
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Sep 22, 2017
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Sam's Club.
Sep 22, 2017
Akadrg
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Aug 23, 2017
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I bought 2 pads and one came with a defective valve. Ttying to get it replaced.
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Aug 23, 2017
DaddyZoom
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Aug 14, 2017
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I paid $68 for one of these at REI and it was worth every penny. I use it in a two man bick packing tent or when I'm riding solo I use it in my eno. Note there is no insulation in this pad so you will be cold sleeping on th efround if it's in the 50-60 range. I use a 40 degree sleeping bag. Aynwan, I love this pad so musch that I just partisapated in the MassDrop for the insulated version.
Aug 14, 2017
overhere
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Aug 12, 2017
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Love mine. Got it through massdrop about 5 mo ago. Long. Wide. Light enough. Great price. It has only an R factor of 1.3 so not for cold weather. Loved it so much I bought a Klymit insulated light with an R factor of 4.4, but the narrower one (20 inches wide at the top and maybe 18 inches at the bottom. Weighs in at 15 oz. Great backpacking pad when you need the insulation.
Aug 12, 2017
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