Klymit Static V Lightweight Sleeping Pad

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Feature of the Klymit Static V Sleeping Pad Most Popular Lightweight Sleeping Pad Packs to the size of a water bottle V Chamber body map optimized for comfort Dynamic side rails keep you on the pad all night Great for ground, cot, or hammock sleeping Ideal for every adventure

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B01C3RW88Y

Customer Reviews


 on August 22, 2012
By KeepItGreen
I was truly hesitant to spend 70 dollars on a sleeping pad. Now after purchasing my only complaint is I wish I had done it sooner. This is the most comfortable sleeping pad I have had. Ive had alot. I live in Oregon and spend as much time in the mountains as I can get away with. Camping, backpacking, I have used this in my hammock, on the ground, and with my cot. I really love it. Alot.

Better than expected

 on September 13, 2017
By J Hud
I’m 6’4″, 350lbs and it (surprisingly) works well for me. See pics. It feels rugged enough, I blew it up in 8 strong breaths, and rolled it up easily on the first try putting it back in the carrying sack. On another note, my 5’5 160lbs girlfriend (see pics) fit better yet her hips touched through it while mine did not and we’re both side sleepers. I’m guessing all my extra weight pushed the air from my upper half to my hips and provided more cushion. Works for me! I’m choosing it for a 2 week hike after painfully sleeping on the ground.

Lightweight comfort

 on July 2, 2017
By Nick
Important factors in my review: I am 6’2″ 220lb, I am a side and stomach sleeper. I use an inflatable pillow at the head end since I would otherwise hang off.

Finally a good night sleep tent camping

 on June 12, 2016
By J. Rolfe
I’ve used those blue closed cell foam pads for years. Where has this thing been all my life? I took it on a four day excursion and never slept better. Once inflated (takes me 9-12 breaths), I can’t MAKE any part of my body touch the ground when laying down on it (I’m about 185 lbs). My back is ALWAYS pretty sore and usually is what keeps me from sleeping as long as I’d like when camping. I got a good 8-10 hours of sleep a night with this thing. I’ve NEVER been able to do that tent camping. 9-12 breaths of inflation is definitely worth the enhanced comfort and convenience.

Finally used-after 2 years. Great!!

 on September 18, 2017
By Sandykayak
I bought it in 2015 after seeing people stranded in airports. It has traveled with me a few times but was still packed.

Great Cot Companion

 on September 17, 2017
By Da Cham Pee On
When I found out I was going to be sleeping on a cot during this year’s annual training with the guard, I decided to look for something that would make it more comfortable than the self inflating mat the Army issues. I saw this one and was immediately attracted to how small it became when it was stuffed in the sack. It was way more portable than my issued mat and when I slept on it I was very pleased with it’s comfort. I did not buy the insulated version but it did beat sleeping on the thin material of the cot when it came down to providing some sort of heat rather than allowing cold air to flow from under. The mat does slide quite a bit on the nylon like material of my cot and the edges can scratch you lightly if you sleep directly on top of it without some sort of cover between you and the mat, but it definitely beat the stiffness and uncomfortable feel of the cot. I also took it with me during my √≠nstate activation as part of Hurricane Harvey relief and it was my bed for 3 weeks and it definitely helped there as well. I like how small it stores and the comfort it provides.

Good for Women and Side Sleepers (& Everyone)

 on March 10, 2017
By Phire404
I bought three different sleeping pads on Amazon. The Klymit was the best one and I returned the other two. I also got the Klymit pillow which is a great pairing. This pad is good for back and side sleeping and good for men and women. The firmness can be changed with the amount of air you blow into the pad. I am a tall curvy woman and a back and side sleeper and it works in any sleeping position. It’s very supportive. I have it filled with air about 80% to make it soft to go around my curves. It still keeps my entire body completely off the ground. It’s very comfortable. I should have bought this years ago. I’ll be using this for backpacking, traveling (extra padding at hostel beds), and Korean spas to sleep (the pads that spas provide are not very soft).

Excellent, light, pad.

 on December 30, 2017
By LarryC
Much lighter and smaller (packed) than my roll-up inflatable/foam REI pad that I’ve used for several years. That was expected, but what wasn’t certain was how comfortable it would be. I tested it for the first time this past week camping in Joshua Tree NP. It took only 15 good breaths to fill it to max capacity, which turns out to be too much. The pad is way more comfortable with just a bit less than max fill – at least for me.

The ribbed ‘V’ pattern is a great design, and keeps you from sliding off if …

 on July 23, 2015
By M40
Packs very small and light, about the size and weight of a can of soda. It inflates FAST compared to most air mattresses (I did it in less than a minute, in about a dozen big breaths). The ribbed ‘V’ pattern is a great design, and keeps you from sliding off if you’re on a slight incline (this is a BIG plus). The fabric feels pretty durable and I had no problems laying it on bare ground. It stayed at full pressure through the night… no waking up to add air. It deflates just as fast as it deploys. All in all, this was a great purchase, and has become a permanent addition to my pack.
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