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Klymit Inertia XFrame Inflatable Sleeping Pad

Item # KLYA1402
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$79.95
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The award-winning Klymit Inertia XFrame inflatable sleeping pad provides ounce-counting backpackers with unexpected comfort for such a lightweight (9.1 ounces) and compact (3" x 6") offering. Roughly the size and weight of a 20 oz can of soda!
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Garnering numerous awards for its bulk-and-weight-shaving design, the Klymit Inertia XFrame inflatable sleeping pad provides ounce-counting backpackers with unexpected comfort for such a lightweight (9.1 ounces) and compact (3" x 6") offering. Roughly the size and weight of a 20 ounce can of soda, the Inertia XFrame is sure to be a 3-season backcountry favorite.

The body mapping construction of the Inertia XFrame 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 XFrame surprisingly supportive while inflating in just 4-5 breaths. For those who like their pad as firm as possible, Klymit includes a Dry Air Pump to help you "top off" pressure after mouth inflation. The welded pattern enables the Inertia XFrame to deflate quickly and roll up in just seconds so you can get on with your adventure.

The Inertia XFrame is a full 1.5" thick when inflated and its full dimensions are 72" x 18". These compact dimensions allow you to slip the pad inside your bag if you choose to better ensure that you stay on your pad throughout the night. The Inertia XFrame 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 and 30D nylon ripstop, each Klymit Inertia XFrame inflatable sleeping pad includes a Dry Air Pump, a patch kit and a stuff sack.

  • Loft Pockets lower weight and bulk while improving comfort and warmth
  • Body mapping reduces packed size and weight
  • NobleTek insulation is possible (not required) due to Klymitizer inflate port
  • Inflates with 4 to 5 breaths, typically
  • Weld pattern deflates and rolls up quickly
  • Use inside or outside sleeping bag
  • Includes patch kit, stuff sack and Dry Air pump (use to "top off" pressure after mouth-inflation for added firmness)
Specs

Specs

Best Use Backpacking
Warranty Limited Lifetime
Type Inflatable Sleeping Pad
Packed Size 3" x 6"
Other Dry Air Pump, Stuff Sack and Patch Kit included
Item Weight 9.1 oz
Dimensions 72" x 18" x 1.5"
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Ideal for the ounce counting backpacker but not for everyone

Likes: Packs down to almost nothing like advertised soda can size. I can even easily store by Klymit pillow in the same included stuff sack. You can literally hang this off your pack or stash in a cargo pants pocket. The body mapping of the baffles fit me perfect being 5'11" but may not be ideal for anyone much larger. It fits in a sleeping bag and allows the sleeping bag to loft up between the openings. Super quick set up and deflate. Perfect for someone who sleeps on their back and you won't roll off it as easy with the mapping of the baffles like you might a standard blow up pad. I'm a side sleeper though and I only felt a little discomfort in the hip area but not enough that it was bothersome to sleep. This may not be for everyone but if you don't need a lot of cushioning and want to save a ton of packing space and ounces this is for you.

Dislikes: It's thin like it needs to be to save weight but don't expect much insulation from this and the ground. Perfect for Spring and Summer treks. My first one had a slow leak in it that caused it to gradually lose air and it turned out to be the valve itself and was replaced for free. New one has worked perfectly. Lack of hip padding for a side sleeper. Separate pump to add extra is always a threat to be lost or misplaced.

Reviewed by Backcountry Baumer - February 29, 2016