The innovative Klymit Static V2 inflatable sleeping pad weighs just one pound, stuffs down to backpacker-friendly dimensions 8" x 3", and delivers excellent support and comfort at a price that won't break the bank.
Strategically oriented V-chamber baffles offer a comfortable sleeping base but also help to trap air and keep you warmer than traditional inflatable pads. Horizontally-baffled side rails help to keep you situated on your pad at night and also provide some flexibility should you choose to use the Static V inside of your sleeping bag. Because of its weight-shaving design, the Static V2 inflates in just 10-15 breaths and the integrated valve makes inflation and deflation easy while ensuring a secure closure. The bottom of the pad utilizes durable 75D polyester while a 30D top fabric helps to keep weight to a minimum.
The Static V2 measures a generous 72" x 23" x 2.5" but packs down to 8" x 3" and weighs just 16.55 ounces. These dimensions are ideal for mild-weather backpacking and allow the Static V2 to be coupled with another pad for comfortable snow camping or winter usage.
A stuff sack and patch kit are included with every Klymit Static V2 sleeping pad
- V chamber design limits air movement and heat loss
- Measures 72" x 23" x 2.5”
- Weighs 16.55 oz
- Inflates with 10-15 breaths, typically
- Stuff sack and patch kit included
Best Use Backpacking Warranty Limited Lifetime Type Inflatable Sleeping Pad R-Value 1.3 Packed Size 3" x 8" Other Stuff Sack and Patch Kit Included Item Weight 16.55 oz Dimensions 72" x 23" x 2.5"
Real Customer Reviews
- Perfect for summer time
Likes: Used recently on a rainy overnight in an AT shelter in early May. It performed better than I thought it would - I always toss and turn at night but this was comfortable no matter if I was on my back, side or stomach. It will be my go to for summer backpacking.
Dislikes: Not really a dislike but I won't be able to use this during colder hikes in my tent as there was no insulation incorporated.
Likes: comfy and lightweight without the annoying hip ache.
Dislikes: nothing so far but have only slept on it once so this season. Has 3 more trials to go.
- Very comfortable, lightweight and easy to blow up.
Dislikes: Takes some work to get all of the air out.
- Pretty good for the weight
Likes: Nice and small and lightweight for packing. The design feels nice too to lay on, and the inflation nozzel was super easy to use and inflate without air blowing out after each breath
Dislikes: It was difficult to get all the air out at the end to roll back up. Also, it is a very thin mat so still doesn't feel that nice to lay on my side all night. That being said, for the weight of it I can't complain!
Dislikes: I have yet to find a comfortable sleep pad, so for now, I just don't use one. I also don't like blowing up pads. I think the government should require pad companies to put a piece of plastic over the nozzle, like how Camelbak sells the bottles with plastic over the bite valves.
- This packs up very small but blows up to the most comfortable backpacking mattress I have laid on.
Likes: Packs small. Comfortable. Light. Price is more budget friendly than many air mattresses out there.
Dislikes: I got lightheaded blowing it up, but it really doesn't take that long.
- Green Dream
Likes: 1lb., packs small, 2.5 thickness, 15 breaths to fill, fits in my Big Agnus sleeping bag system. The comfort I get is worth the time it takes to set up and pack down. I also have the insulated static v, both are great products without robbing your bank account.
Dislikes: It doesn't double as a flying carpet :(
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