Klymit Insulated Static V Luxe SL
The Insulated Static V Luxe SL is an insulated, lightweight, luxury sleeping pad. The sleeping pad is the thickest and warmest pad in the Static Series line at 3.5” and a R-Value of 6.5. It’s the perfect balance of weight, width, and length in a luxury size. Slightly slimmer than the Insulated Static V Luxe, weight is trimmed by using a lightweight fabric and a slight taper at the bottom third of the pad. The exclusive V-chamber design conforms to the shape of your body while maintaining ample, lofted air pockets. The result: side, back, and stomach sleepers can all rest comfortably on a generous bed of air.
- Raised V-Chambers create comfortable loft pockets that support the body’s pressure points
- Sleeping pad reservoirs maximize loft and warmth
- Side rails make it easier to stay on the pad through the night
- Thickest pad in the Static Series line at 3.5 inches
- Slight taper at bottom of pad to trim weight
- Rugged 30D polyester fabric is soft and quiet
- Inflation is fast and easy; compatible with Rapid Air Pump
- R-Value: 6.5
|Weight ||31 oz / 887 g|
|Dimensions||78 x 27 x 3.5 in / 198 x 69 x 9 cm |
|Packed Dimensions||9 x 7 in / 23 x 18 cm|
Warranty InformationKlymit Limited Lifetime Warranty
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Fantastic lightweight option for back country, car camping or floor sleeping options at home, when you’ve run out of beds for guests. Rolls up relatively small in the provided stuff sack. 3.5” depth offers comfort and support. I am 6’, over 200 lbs and found this very comfortable to sleep on. I have slept on it two nights now after writing this review. First night I had it completely inflated (100% of the possible air packed into the pad). Second night, I release some (90% capacity). I found the 90% option far more comfortable as it was a little softer but still supportive. Stuff sack from Double -V can also be used to inflate this Luxe-SL. If you don’t inflate using the stuff sack, it takes about 8 breaths to inflate. Only Con I can see with this pad is the weight if you are a true ounce counter. There may be lighter pads for the true back county/through hiker but, you will for sure be compromising comfort.