Massdrop x Klymit Ultralight V Sleeping Pad

Massdrop x Klymit Ultralight V Sleeping Pad

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Following the success of the Static V Ultra Light sleeping pad, we’re excited to announce our second collaboration with Klymit: the Massdrop x Klymit Ultralight V. It features the original’s 20d nylon fabric, 60 g/m2 insulation, and V-chamber design, plus a couple of notable updates Read More
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wtfberserk
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Jul 20, 2021
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Great little sleeping mat
Used it while I was in the army when out in the field and it made my sleeping so much more comfortable. Even let my little girl use it when we were moving and she loved it. Would definitely recommend!
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batumancung
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Feb 5, 2021
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Not quite enough for me
It's a great pad if you're a back sleeper. I sleep on my side a little accordion-like, so it needs to be wider so my knees and butt don't teach the edge. It could also be thicker since I don't like it hard. A vast improvement would be to have *actual* thicker side rails to tell my parts I'm getting to close to the edge. On the upside, I shortened it very easily.
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AstonMT
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Feb 4, 2021
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Decent Pad.
Im a bigger lad and a side sleeper and had no issues with it. Thanks Drop.
Songfar
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Jan 4, 2021
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Good
Light and warm
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gmoore
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Sep 16, 2020
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overall a good insulated pad
It does slowly lose air, but I think I can address that with an o-ring
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Matt735
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Sep 16, 2020
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better than i expected by a long way
was skeptical that this would be up to handling my 120kg frame - but it surprised me. Super easy to inflate, weighs next to nothing in the pack and gives me a great nights sleep!
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Velak
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Aug 3, 2020
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Comfy pad but durability leaves a lot to be desired
Before I bought this pad I had the orange regular Static V Insulated which I still use to this day and probably will use in the future too. The MD x Klymit pad is (compared to original insulated V): 1) much lighter in regular size 2) more comfortable in large size (regular is 3" narrower than original Insulated V), 3) valve system is a lot easier to use than on the original Klymit pad 4) rubbery knobs under the pad prevent slipping on tent floor (original doesn't have them) But durability wise - oh boy, it is bad! I used the size regular pad a few nights before I decided that it was too narrow for me and I bought the large one which weighs the same as original Static V Insulated but is longer and wider. I have used it only once in a tent, and after that on night I have already found 2 holes in it and there is at least one more somewhere. Granted, the first one was a 5mm hole that was put there by my cat's claw but the other ones have been so small that I haven't been able to see them and I only found the after I made the pad wet and looked for bubbles. If the fabric is so fragile, it kind of defeats the purpose of having an UL pad if you need to protect it from every possible scratch with a sheet or another foam pad or what not. Other thing that I noticed is that I felt colder on this pad than I did on my regular insulated Static V. It wasn't because of a draft but the pad itself was colder. I have used the regular pad in the winter below 0C and the one time I got to use the MD pad was in spring and it was above 0 even at night. Sleeping bag and tent were the same both times. In any case I am going to use my regular Klymit pad if I need to be certain that I don't get any surprise leaks when I am camping and the MD pad will remain a "in house" pad for guests or when I just want to lie in the garden and a leak won't ruin a whole trip.
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Would not recommend to a friend.
bp.springe
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Jun 22, 2020
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Klymit R-Value is a LIE - Also this pad is awfully uncomfortable
At first I thought this was a great pad. But after actually using it for a season ive decided it better suited in the trash can. Please do yourself a favor and spend a little more money on a pad. This is an absolute waste of money because 1. you are not getting the R-value you are paying for 2. its a sleeping pad dont you think your carrying this to have a comfortable sleep? It does not meet those two basic needs that a sleeping pad needs.
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ipanoah
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Jun 10, 2020
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Took it out a couple of nights
My wife used it. She mentioned (in typical my wife fashion) a week after the trip that the mattress lost air thru the night. "How much air? You woke up on the ground" I ask. "Uhhh I don't know, but it didn't stay fully inflated." my wife. Probably if you're an ultralighter/ minimalist type you wake up, use the bathroom and put a little more air in your pad and this is a great deal. It defintely didn't fail in the backcountry, but my wife didn't end up liking the pad and I have other options. Ultimately this like all of the other klymit pads I've tried are very hard to deflate. It's hard to imagine on a cold morning in the backcountry I'm going to be to in the hassle.
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footlong
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Jun 2, 2020
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Bought two, first one is functional (works, but doesn't stay fully inflated the whole night). Second one is completely useless, doesn't hold air for more than a couple hours.
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