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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

Inertia X Frame

rated 4 of 5 stars This is a comfortable, light, and packable pad. I'm 6'4" and it worked fine, back and side sleeping, just not under my head. Durability may be an issue, maybe depending on how clean you are. I really like this pad as a pad. I used it inside my bag, and it worked great. Easy to inflate and deflate (after opening the valve while lying on it, I folded the pad the long way and rolled it up). I bought it new before a thru hike of the Colorado Trail in 2014. I used it inside the bag. After a few weeks… Full review

Inertia X Frame

rated 4 of 5 stars Lightweight, easy to setup and use. I used to not worry about a sleeping pad when I was younger but as i've aged, I needed some help for sleeping on the harder grounds.  If you are looking for a lightweight sleeping pad, this is the way to go.  If you don't mind carrying more weight, there are probably more comfortable options out there. Purchased this product about 2 years ago and have used it many times.  I've used this for backpacking in the mountains of Colorado on some pretty cold nights. … Full review

Inertia X Frame

rated 3.5 of 5 stars This uniquely designed air mattress fits inside your bag and has cutouts to utilize the bag's loft for insulation. While the latticework design grants light weight and compact storage, it does make re-packing difficult. I have been intrigued by the Klymit X Frame since I first saw it at REI. The latticework design gives it an extremely small footprint in your pack—the reclaimed space alone makes it easy to justify the upgrade. The one downside that originally kept me from purchasing an X Frame… Full review


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

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