Massdrop x Klymit Static V UL Pad
Massdrop x Klymit Static V UL Pad
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Driven to make ultralight backpacking more accessible for everyone, we teamed up with Klymit to create a full-size sleeping pad with a great weight-to-performance ratio at an incredible value. The result is the Static V UL pad, designed for camping in warmer weather ... Read More

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FaithForHumans
69
May 22, 2019
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The one you linked has a higher R-value, flush inflate/deflate valves, and is a few ounces heavier.
May 22, 2019
the valve stinks. the pad is good, but the valve really stinks... It's the old one. New pads bought from klymit will have one of their updated valves (the pull/twist or flat ones). This one is slow and inconvenient to inflate or deflate. They must be dumping the old ones here or something.
Mar 26, 2019
Gunnut46
4
Jan 4, 2019
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The value on the massdrop version is absolutely trash. Not the normal pull/twist like on all other klymit pads and is just a flimsy screw valve that comes open when you dont want it to. I have the Normal Klymit UL that wasn't made for massdrop with the normal klymit valve and absolutely love it but the massdrop version cant be trusted to use on a trail. Unless you want to curse all night waking up on a flat pad skip the massdrop version and get the normal klymit ul from somewhere else. Or try the massdrop version to just send back.
Jan 4, 2019
outdooryuri
2
Dec 4, 2018
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Update on my problems with this pad, and really quick deflation halfway through a night. I contacted Massdrop and they were great in handling the issue (quick deflation) by sending me a replacement pad. I was able to use the replacement on one overnight this Oct. and it held air pretty well for the whole night. Slightly softer in the morning, but that was almost 12 hrs, given the early dark and late morning light (and cold) of later October. Thanks Massdrop, for making this more positive, than it would otherwise be. Price becomes less important than having issues and then having them taken care of - true for me, when it comes to most things...
Dec 4, 2018
rbucker
6
Nov 16, 2018
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This is a great pad for people with narrow shoulders or side sleepers. I tried it in the hammock today and even under inflated the edges of my shoulders were frosty.
Nov 16, 2018
coxtk
11
Nov 8, 2018
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Great products as long as you have zero issues, as they have ZERO customer service. I've been trying to get a hold of a human being for over a month & half and still waiting on a refund from a return that was delivered to them 4 weeks ago! So sad, as I thought this company had a lot of potential. :(
Nov 8, 2018
AlexPk
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Nov 8, 2018
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Hey there, are you perhaps contacting Community Support through another account or email? I'm having trouble tracking down your support ticket in our system.
Nov 8, 2018
coxtk
11
Nov 8, 2018
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No, this was through Klymit directly. I had purchased their double V pad from their website then returned it to buy the ultralight double V pad through MassDrop when it dropped a week later.
Nov 8, 2018
outdooryuri
2
Sep 25, 2018
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so 5 nights now on mine, in 2 backpacks, 3 nights in Sierras with night temps just below 32F, 2 nights in Los Padres with night temps in high 30's/low 40's. About what I expected... Pad needs more inflation during night, BUT I'm not sure if this is slow leakage or just much lower night temps, lowering the air pressure in the pad. If I inflate during early evening 60F-ish temp, by midnight I have to add - but it's in the 30's, so maybe sig. lower temps make a diff. on the relative air pressure of what is a low volume of air anyway... Otherwise I do bottom out when I side sleep - can't get the pressure high enough to NOT bottom. ON the back, I'm ok - but, I'm mostly a side sleeper... bummer... and I feel the cold through my hip. I'm constantly sliding... only ONE side has anti-slide on it, so either the pad slides (if I put the antislide side up to keep me on the pad) or I slid off and the pad stays in place... BOTH SIDES NEED ANTI-SLIDE! Otherwise, I also have a Klymit X pillow - What a Mismatch!!! awful. The pillow and the pad are a mismatch to the patterns and so the pillow is CONSTANTLY sliding off the pad - 10 - 12x or more a night, not a restful sleep !!! Two HIGHEST ESSENTIALS - Enough water and restful sleep! I mean ALMOST EVERY pad in the company has the same air channel pattern... a pillow pattern, possibly, to mate better to this common pad pattern might be a good design ??? Bueller ??? not particularly happy with the combo - one will have to go, or both...
Sep 25, 2018
bpchristensen
103
Dec 3, 2018
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I think the whole idea of backpacking pillows is a hollow sales pitch - I've tried them all, and never found one that actually worked as well as a rolled up fleece stuffed into the hood of my sleeping bag (and then I just sleep on top of the hood portion of the bag while wearing a beanie or balaclava, depending on how cold it is. The best use I've found for an inflatable pillow is to shove UNDER the head portion of my Klymit pad so as to elevate my head a little (especially if I set everything up on one of those ever-so-slightly-head-downhill type spots)
Dec 3, 2018
Biohacker53
1
Apr 25, 2018
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Pretty thin and flimsy, It is lightweight as advertised but a little too lightweight if there are any pebbles under you you will definitely feel them. The pad also offers 0 insulation value and is slippery I had it slip out from under me a few times a night. I should have saved my money a bit and got a NeoAir lite.
Apr 25, 2018
JimboJones
40
Aug 17, 2018
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The only difference between this and the other models is material and width. I've never had trouble feeling anything under other Klymit pads. They're 2.5" think, so those must have been very large "pebbles."
Aug 17, 2018
CasperbAndersen
9
Apr 24, 2018
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Any chance this pad will get the same upgrade as the insulated one, with flat valves and non-slip treatment?
Apr 24, 2018
heelhook79
1
Nov 10, 2018
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Definitely interested in the insulated ones!
Nov 10, 2018
RedfishTheCat
3
Mar 18, 2018
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Hello,
Can someone telle me the size at foots ? I see 51cm at shoulders, but it seem narrower at foot...
Mar 18, 2018
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