Latest Reviews

Pillow X

rated 4.5 of 5 stars The solution to the fact that everyone likes a different kind of pillow. This pillow inflates to suit anyone's desire. I have never been a fan of inflatable pillows until this model. Ease of Use: Really easy to blow up. Just 2-3 breaths depending on how firm you like it. The valve is the old school multiple twist to tighten. It would be nice to have the 1/4 turn valve, but it's not a big deal.full turn valve The pillow fits really nicely into the hood of all of my bags. In the bags with a tighter… Full review


rated 5 of 5 stars This is my absolutely go-to luxury item. Light, comfortable, and endless options with this Klymit Cush pillow/seat. I am not one personally to bring a pillow. It's habit to toss my hiking clothes into a dry sack and use that as my pillow for the evening. Honestly, I bought this because REI was having a clearance sale and I picked it up for $7. For $7 I'll buy just about anything to try it. Now let me tell you... this has become absolutely a permanent fixture in my backpack. It is most definitely… Full review

Inertia XL Recon

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Great lightweight, compact sleeping pad. I have been using an older army inflatable pad that is very durable and reasonably comfortable, but is heavy and does not pack down well. I bought a pair of these Inertia XL for me and my son. I am very impressed with how small and light the pads are and how well they lay. Pumped up with the included bulb the pads don't bottom out and are pretty comfortable. Can be had for a reasonable price and have a good warranty. Full review


rated 4 of 5 stars Nice cushion, but OK as pillow. Well constructed with quick inflate (about 2 or 3 good breaths). Long and thin folds over to make a decent pillow. I have the Pillow X by Klymit that is a great pillow. The Cush is best for what the name implies—a cushion. Does a good job as a seat but not as good for a pillow. I bought it to use as a pillow along with a Pillow X, which is great but as a pillow.  The Cush inflates quickly and is well made. If you want something to sit on out on the trail this is… Full review

Inertia X Frame

rated 3 of 5 stars 重量很轻、压缩体积很小,适合轻量化背包客玩家,但对身高有一定限制,而且不耐用。 [Google Translate: Very lightweight, small volume compression for lightweight backpackers players, but there are certain restrictions on the height, but not durable.] 2015年新年去台湾环岛,因为对装备体积重量有要求所以带着这个气垫。 总体来说还算不错,重量轻,压缩体积小是优点。 但露营3天后就漏气了。一晚上没办法入睡。… Full review

See all 55 Klymit reviews »
Share your experience: Write a review


Klymit develops "noble gas" technologies to insulate outerwear and outdoor adventure gear.

Klymit Coverage in the Trailspace Blog

Cooking without Fire, Lightest Ski Helmet: OR Day 1
Cooking without fire, the lightest snow sport helmet, an AT boot that automatically switches from walk to ski mode, a new packraft, plus insulation and footwear. Check out some highlights from Day 1 of Outdoor Retailer. Read more
January 22, 2014

Klymit Air Beam inflates your pack's frame sheet
Klymit's Air Beam backpack frame sheet is made of lightweight fabric and inflates with pressurized air. It claims to be stiffer, more comfortable, and offer optimal load transfer over regular frame sheets. Read more
July 13, 2012

Outdoor Retailer: Hardgood Gear Highlights
Outdoor Retailer abounds with enough models, styles, and price points of outdoor gear to equip every flavor of outdoors guy or gal. Here are a few more highlights from January's show. Read more
February 3, 2011

Outdoor Retailer: Klymit Inertia X Frame pad
What looks like the bare bones skeleton of a sleeping pad, is really the minimal, ultralight (9.1 ounces) Inertia X Frame pad from Klymit. Read more
August 5, 2010

Outdoor Retailer: Klymit NobleTek
We check out the Klymit vest, which insulates with argon gas rather than down or synthetic fibers. Read more
January 23, 2010


1069 South Stewart Street
Suite 1C
Ogden, UT 84404

toll-free: (888) 559-6481

website: www.klymit.com
email: info@klymit.com