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Klymit Pillow Camo
Klymit Pillow X Kings Camo
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...
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...
Hey I really like that you mentioned using trowels/shovels. I've seen or heard mention of a few LWD users using cheap plastic ping pong paddles, similarly shaped paddles DIY'd from corrugated plastic and attached to trekking poles or handheld, swim flippers/fins/hand paddles as well as collapsible Atwood emergency paddles as their main paddles, all with seemingly more maneuverability and definitely lighter weight and bulk than the 4-piece...
Klymit Uninsulated & Insulated Double V
I've owned an uninsulated Double V for the last few months, using it quite often since purchase - I got mine during a Costco sale where they came with two large Klymit X-Pillows bundled into the price, which IMHO is still a steal of a deal. Comfort wise, I don't like the X-Pillows (could be that I over inflate them to the point they're too firm) but the Double V is the most comfortable camping mattress I've ever used, bar none. It's also...
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