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Klymit Inertia Xlite Sleeping Pad
Klymit Inertia X-Lite
Klymit Inertia X Wave Backpacking Ultralight Sleeping Pad - KLYMIT
Klymit Inertia X Lite Backpacking Ultralight Sleeping Pad - KLYMIT
How to Shorten Your Massdrop x Klymit Sleeping Pad
[image] It is fairly easy to cut a sleeping pad to your desired length. Shortening your pad gives you a lighter, more packable item that will be faster to inflate and take up less space in your shelter (especially useful in tents that taper t...
REVIEW UPDATED: (Apologies for the late follow up; been very sick) So my initial report was wrong. The pad is usable using just your breath (2 breaths). Comfortable for back sleeping. On my side I was slightly compressing the pad to the ground and preferred using the hand pump to add structure. I am 190cm (6'3") tall and weigh 70kg (154 pounds) (ie. long and skinny/boney). Good news is that the hand pump only weighs 25 grams (0.9 oz). My pad...
It's probably pretty close if the quilt is used correctly. However, I will add that a lot of the warmth comes from the sleeping pad and whether it's insulated or not (i.e., Klymit O zone (no R rating) vs. Therm-a-rest Z-Lite Sol (R2.6). Down compresses when you lie on it and as such, it does not provide much warmth from the bottom. This is precisely why the "back" section of the quilt is open. The foot space is probably a little bit colder...
Massdrop x Klymit Ultralight Sleeping Pads
As last winter was fading away, my conversation with Klymit was just starting to heat up. We wanted to create a sleeping pad that would be comfortable, light, and most importantly, designed with the ultralighter in mind. True, there are ple...
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