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Promoted 06-26-2016 by Corwin at 04:46 PM View Original Post
Amazon.com has select Klymit Gear on sale from $10.99. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders of $49 or more. Thanks hokaridaSee forum thread for additional deals.

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Up to 40% off select outdoor gear from Klymit

Klymit Cush Inflatable Pillow & Seat Cushion [amazon.com] 45% OFF at $10.99

Klymit Static V Lightweight Sleeping Pad [amazon.com] 42% OFF at $34.99


Klymit Static V Lightweight Sleeping Pad
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#4
$29.74 for original Klymit V via warehouse deals. And $47.99 for the Static V Lux. Great deals.
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Thanks. I've been eyeing the V-Lux for bikepacking.
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Does anyone who is 6ft tall or taller have any experience with these pads?

I am planning a kayaking trip where we will be sleeping on wooden platforms in the middle of the Okefenokee Swamp.

I'm sure a 72" sleeping pad would work for my 60" wife, but maybe not for my 72" height.

The weight-to-price ratio does appeal to me, though, since most other pads in this price range seem to be considerably heavier.
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Quote from .Mike View Post :
Does anyone who is 6ft tall or taller have any experience with these pads?

I am planning a kayaking trip where we will be sleeping on wooden platforms in the middle of the Okefenokee Swamp.

I'm sure a 72" sleeping pad would work for my 60" wife, but maybe not for my 72" height.

The weight-to-price ratio does appeal to me, though, since most other pads in this price range seem to be considerably heavier.
Plenty of reviews on Amazon by folks who are 6ft and taller. Seems the Luxe is the way to go for comfort unless you absolutely need to save the 8oz difference in weight.
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Quote from .Mike View Post :
Does anyone who is 6ft tall or taller have any experience with these pads?

I am planning a kayaking trip where we will be sleeping on wooden platforms in the middle of the Okefenokee Swamp.

I'm sure a 72" sleeping pad would work for my 60" wife, but maybe not for my 72" height.

The weight-to-price ratio does appeal to me, though, since most other pads in this price range seem to be considerably heavier.
I'm 6'4 so I'm hoping the Lux is a good option for me as well. I don't mind the extra weight for more comfort.
The company website says its: 76" x 30" x 3"
so if you're 6'4 or shorter you (we) should be fine.
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#9
Was in the market for a new pad. Snagged myself the Static V lightweight.
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#10
Using a pillow when backpacking... never thought of doing that. I guess it will add insulation and comfort. I've camped a hundred times without one tho... Do I really need this? Probably not. Will I be really glad I did?..
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I've been waiting on these to go on sale!
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If I didn't already have a Static V Lightweight a few feet from me in my backpack, I'd be buying one. Thumbs up.
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is this klymit the frog?
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I have a couple of the Static V pads, I got them for a similar deal. they are easy to inflate, easy to pack. they have replaced the *much* more expensive self-inflating thermarests in my backpack...
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I bought the Static V last month for $45. I use it for backpacking and it works great! Light weight and comfortable.
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