Klymit 4.298701 5 Average Rating:
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Campbellb from Virginia on Thursday, May 17, 2018
    I was amazed on how small this pad packs into. It is a great size when you blow it up too. I like to lay on my side as I sleep, and I was comfortable the whole night. Overall very nice product.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by mallenfoto from Alexandria Va on Monday, May 14, 2018
    THis is a nice pad, good for weekend camping. I need the lighter version so I returned.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Novice Campper from Minnesota on Thursday, April 26, 2018
    I bought this pad to replace my air mattress I've been hauling around while camping with the Boy Scouts. I'd like to go lighter and possibly try backpacking this summer. It inflates relatively easily...took a couple minutes of big breaths. So far I've just tried it out on my kitchen floor and as reported, I could not feel the ceramic tile below me. So, it really doesn't seem to bottom out. I'm about 5'10' and 170 lbs. Another Scout dad is much larger and he also reported no bottom out. I have not yet tried it outside to comment on the insulation factor, but excited about that feature.
  • Reviewed by Power Walker from Vegas and Mexico on Tuesday, April 24, 2018
    Its a super grey color with a little reflective light grey and black trim so it looks excellent. Its also extremely functional with the two little stuff pockets on each of the straps. There is also a little velcro'd stuff pocket on each front strap, too. Its perfect for little things like a key or some cash. You have to love the air frame suspension on this, too. Its very comfy and molds to your back. I put my trekking poles in the main pocket when I don't use them and this pack is just perfect for carrying them and freeing up my hands. There is also a zipper pocket on the back that is angled (great idea, btw) and easily holds my cell phone and wallet, too. When I'm in need of a little rest, I also just sit on the pack. The suspension is actually a blow up cushion so it doesn't just have to be for molding to your body; it makes an excellent seat cushion, too. A+ all the way here. I have the Klymit 18 stash backpack, too, so I am pretty familiar with Klymit gear. So far, they've proven to be very light, very functional, very comfortable, and very cool looking. I use the pack for day outings and even an overnight since I wear pretty light and thin clothing. If you are a minimalist expert, I bet you could do 3 or 4 days with this pack, too.

    One thing I don't much care for is the placement of the squeeze ball (that adds or empties out the air of the cushion). Its in the front strap so I know its there for on the fly convenience. I find that I keep it the same level of air pressure all the time though and don't really need that squeeze ball in front. I was able to remove it and stick it inside the pack. Its not only out of the way now but it opened up another little pouch in front for me. I keep a micro med kit in there with very small and light things similar to what you might put in an Alto's tin. Works perfectly actually.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by BG from Midwest on Tuesday, April 24, 2018
    Easy to inflate, surprisingly comfortable, and rolls back up into the stuff sack without any issues. Even comfortable when laying on your side!
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