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rated 5 of 5 stars Lightweight, foldable backpacking pillow. Received this as a gift for Christmas and I like it a lot. It's super easy to carry. I stuff it inside my mattress bag. It's long enough you can double it over to raise your head higher when you sleep. Can also be used to sit on if you need to in camp. Full review

Inertia O Zone

rated 3 of 5 stars While I enjoy this product and find it comfortable, there are compromises that must be made to meet the low weight of the product. Best for summer, spring, fall weather. Best for those willing to make sacrifices to save weight. I find myself enjoying this product the more I use it, and I find myself finding challenges overcome as well. As I get more use to the way it works, the easier it is to use it. I've put a few trips on this air mattress and find it sufficient to write a little about it. I… Full review

Static V2

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Great sleeping pad for sure. This inflatable sleeping pad was a great pad. The V shape in the center position makes my body feel relaxed after a long hike. The V also makes sure my body doesn't slide down when I have to build my tent in the sloping campsite. To inflate this pad I need about 10-13 breathes and it does not make me exhausted. Klymit Static V2 weighed about 13oz/462g. It's slightly lighter than the predecessor Static V that weighed 18.1oz/514g. This pad is very light and I love it. Full review

Static V

rated 5 of 5 stars At 18oz folding down to 16oz bottle size this pad is an excellent choice for the backpacker or climber trying to pack as little weight as possible. With its V-shape technology it supports hip and shoulders in just the right places out-matching our much heavier self-inflating pads in comfort as well. Price is awesome as well. After trying many different pads for lots of years, this pad is the best we have come across. We are mountaineers focussing on packing our packs as light as possible, but also… Full review

Inertia X Frame

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Very lightweight and small. Perfect for backpacking and remaining off the ground while comfortable. I really like this pad. If it holds up over time, even better! My only concern is that of structural integrity. I'm not sure about having to haul a repair kit with me, even if it is small. (Although I am getting over it, because even with the repair kit, it is so much lighter and smaller than all other alternatives.) I purchased it online for about $50, which is a bit pricey, but still acceptable,… Full review

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