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Then you've clearly never used one of these.

My only complaint with the Klymit is the surface area - I do wish they'd make them a bit wider. That said, for the ultra-packability the Klymit is f'n OUTSTANDING. Besides camping, this should be a must-have for your bug-out bag.

It's time to quit living in the 1980's - Thermarest isn't the only game in town, polypro underwear doesn't cost $100 anymore, and <gasp> there are even alternatives to Nalgene bottles and MSR stoves...
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Eh, pretty limiting.

Klymit, Exped, Nemo, REI etc all make great sleeping pads.
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Own this and the v2. Took it on a 4 day 30 mile backpacking trip through mineral king in sequoia. I t did a great job of keeping me insulated in 22 degree weather. The only con is that this pad created quite a bit of noise as I moved during the night and it slipped out from under me a few times. I would recommend keeping it inside your sleeping bag to prevent slippage.
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This is an awesome deal for a sleep pad, love it
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Edit: Mistaken about lower price during the summer
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I like inflatables as they pack smaller and are usually lighter than pads like the thermarest.They also offer good insulation from the ground, or in a hammock(which is how I use mine now slightly deflated and super comfy). But when you camp with one, you need to bring a good patch kit just in case. I carry two, a UV quick drying strong flexible waterproof sealant for wader repairs and a traditional slower dry patch kit. It goes together in a small kit with a roll of adheasive backed ripstop nylon repair tape. The UV sealant quickly repaired a section where my pad meets the air valve when the regular patch would not have given a good bond and would have taken a few hours to dry, I was good to go in less than 5 min.
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Would this be good for a hurricane kit - in case of evacuating to a shelter? Or would some kind of folding cot be better?
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I own this, great product. Hiked the whole Inca trail with it
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Own this and the v2. Took it on a 4 day 30 mile backpacking trip through mineral king in sequoia. I t did a great job of keeping me insulated in 22 degree weather. The only con is that this pad created quite a bit of noise as I moved during the night and it slipped out from under me a few times. I would recommend keeping it inside your sleeping bag to prevent slippage.
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Comparing to high end ones, these are really thin, maybe less than 2'', and these are not insulated at all. You will feel the ground temperature almost instantly. Good for summer use only.
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Only sleep pad I'd recommend is thermarest.
Then you've clearly never used one of these.

My only complaint with the Klymit is the surface area - I do wish they'd make them a bit wider. That said, for the ultra-packability the Klymit is f'n OUTSTANDING. Besides camping, this should be a must-have for your bug-out bag.

It's time to quit living in the 1980's - Thermarest isn't the only game in town, polypro underwear doesn't cost $100 anymore, and <gasp> there are even alternatives to Nalgene bottles and MSR stoves...
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Was looking at the Seatosummit comfort plus, will this one be ~equivalent for those that are into this stuff?
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These are nice, but it's hard to get all the air out of them...
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I use the lux version because I needed more surface area after I bought this. My teenage boys have this as well as few skinny friends and they love it. So compact and light. I didn't find issues with slide off. Recommend it for sure.
*Forgot to mention. We used these also on a trip in the Sawtooths for several nights as a hammock insulation pad. Worked super great that way for nights into high 30s.
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Only sleep pad I'd recommend is thermarest.
Eh, pretty limiting.

Klymit, Exped, Nemo, REI etc all make great sleeping pads.
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