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    www.klymit.com/

    any of you guys/gals tried these products from klymit? looks pretty cool and i checked some out at a kios they had in costco but i cant find any reviews for any of thier things online. www.klymit.com just looking for additional info on what seems to be a pretty sound product. thier sleeping pads and jackets are what has my intrest

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    I have the sleeping pad. I was skeptical at first, however after nine nights on it last September, I'm a believer.

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    thanks for the feed back

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    Camofire.com has been selling them at almost half off if you are still interested in them. I also seen them at Costco and they seem well made.

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    Got mine from camofire the other day. Can't wait to use it!

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    nice, get back with some feed back JEandAsguide. ive been seeing them on cammofire buts all ive seen were the pads, ive kinda mentaly ruled the pads out being how there are so many openings in them and not sure how well theys work here in the rockies. any feed backwould be great, thanks again!

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    I have the inertia x-frame and it works well in the Rocky Mtns. I thought it would be too short, but it worked well for me. I'm 6'1" 200 lbs. It really packs up nicely. I use a Big Agnes insulated air core for when it gets real cold and I think the klymit is just as comfortable. You can even side sleep on the Klymit.

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    thanks eye! ill have to just get one and try it out, those jackets seem to be rocking. eliminate some base layers.

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    we tried out the Klymit Xframe, XL, static v and ksb20 sleeping bag. i am a side/stomach sleeper and didnt like the xframe for side sleeping, and preferred the XL and static v. my buddy loved the xframe but he sleeps good on his back. the compact size of all of klymit's sleeping pads is awesome! For the price & weight the Static V is a great value. absolutely loved the ksb20 sleeping bag. the flex stretch fit was super comfortable! Bag was good down to 25 (lowest temp we faced in it).

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