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    Static V Sleeping Pads: Lightweight, Compact & Affordable

    Here is a great affordable lightweight compact sleeping pad by Klymit.

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    I like it a lot!!!! I'm gonna get one. fatrascal.

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    Has anyone tried one of these so far this season? I need to replace my Thermorest.

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    great for summer pack trips but ill stick to my thermorest for cold weather camping. sorry for the kill joy LO. just didnt insulate as well as my thermorest. i bought one cuz it looked cool as crap, i did end up getting a klymit vest, thats pretty darn cool.

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    IT how comfortable is it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ivorytip View Post
    great for summer pack trips but ill stick to my thermorest for cold weather camping. sorry for the kill joy LO. just didnt insulate as well as my thermorest. i bought one cuz it looked cool as crap, i did end up getting a klymit vest, thats pretty darn cool.
    I appreciate the information. My termarest is really starting to show its age and its life is just about over!! Whcich Thermarest are you using. They don't even make the one I own anymore!! Showing my age!!

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    I got one , used it on a cot ,I had a hard time staying in the center,I would use it back packing because it's lite and easy to blow up, but I'll be getting another thermal rest for regular hunting slash camping. more comfort.

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    My brother and I both used them in the back country of Colorado this year. The pad packed well and was comfortable.

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    When I pack in I like to save as much weight as possible so I use a trimmed therma rest z-lite which weighs in at 3 oz. It isn't the most comfortable but its worth it when you don't have to pack out the extra weight. A lot of times you can put pine needles, leaves, and other cushioning under your tent or bivy to add to the cushion. Plus most nights I'm on the mountain I'm so tired that I can pretty much lay on anything and fall asleep.

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    Got one for Christmas, seems pretty nice on the floor!

 

 

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