The innovative Klymit Inertia O Zone inflatable sleeping pad provides surprising comfort in an ultra-lightweight (12.2 oz) and compact (3" x 6" packed size) design. With an integrated pillow, the pad is a one-of-a-kind backpacking option.
The body mapping construction of the Inertia O Zone ensures that you have padding where you need it most, while stripping away weight in other places. The cut-away "Loft Pockets" help to lower weight and bulk while effectively capturing the heat of your body. Strategic baffle placement makes the Inertia O Zone surprisingly supportive while inflating in just about 5 breaths. And when sleeping time is done, the Inertia O Zone's welded pattern enables it to deflate quickly and roll up in just seconds so you can get on with your adventure.
The Inertia O Zone is a full 1.75" thick when inflated and its full dimensions are 72" x 21.5" to provide ample tossing and turning room while still allowing the pad to be inserted inside most sleeping bags if desired. An integrated pillow attached to the top edge of the pad is 4" thick for adequate padding under your head. The Inertia O Zone is built for 3-season use, but can also be used in tandem with another pad for snow camping or winter backpacking.
Constructed of durable 75D polyester, each Klymit Inertia O Zone inflatable sleeping pad includes a patch kit and a stuff sack.
- Body mapping and loft pockets
- Stuff sack and patch kit included
Best Use Backpacking Warranty Limited Lifetime Type Inflatable Sleeping Pad Packed Size 6" x 3" Other Stuff Sack and Patch Kit Included Item Weight 12.2 oz Dimensions 72" x 21.5" x 1.75"
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