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Klymit Inertia X Frame Ultralight Backpacking Pad

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  • World's lightest, most compact and most advanced full-length camping pad available.
  • Ideal for 3 season use, the Inertia X Frame rolls up to the size of a Coke can, and takes only a few breaths to inflate
  • Packed Weight: 9.5 Ounces; Packed Size: 6 x 3 Inches
  • Inflated Size: 72 x 18 x 1.5 Inches; Inflation: 3-5 breaths; Easy-to-use push valve allows for quick inflation and deflation.
  • Includes: Dry Air Pump, Stuff Sack, Patch Kit and Lifetime Warranty
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Special Ops / Delta Team tested and approved, the Inertia X Frame "Recon" (Coyote / Sand color) is every soldiers best friend that needs good sleep, but also needs to lighten the load, make space for more magazines, stay warm, rapid set up / take down, ulta durable, and wants to rest well to perform well and stay well tuned for the mission. At 11.1 ounces the multiple award winning Inertia X Frame is the world's lightest, most compact, and most advanced full length camping pad available. Designed with body mapping research, it gives you support and comfort in all the key pressure zones, while eliminating unnecessary material to reduce weight and pack size. Ideal for 3 season use when used by itself, the Inertia X Frame rolls up to the size of a soda can, and takes only a few breaths to inflate. However, it still offers the adjustable comfort through the use of a dry air pump, which allows you to reach higher pressures than ordinary mouth-inflate pads. The cut out regions of the pad not only reduce the pad's bulk and weight, but is the basis for Klymit's patent pending loft pocket technology. Loft pockets allow the insulation on the bottom of sleeping bags to maintain loft and warmth beneath your body, where it would normally be compacted and useless, while promoting breathability. Built with ripstop 30d top and coated 75d bottom, the Inertia X Frame is also one of the toughest pads on the market with a burst pressure of over 10 psi.

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  • Item Weight: 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B005ZC0E40
  • Item model number: Inertia X Frame-Parent
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (68 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,967 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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4.1 out of 5 stars

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By TheRecklessPerfectionist on January 3, 2013
Size: RegularColor: RECON Coyote-Sand Verified Purchase
I bought this solely for the purpose of saving space in my bag, compared to lugging around a giant awkward foam pad. Not quite as small as a soda can, but not much bigger either. I've used it camping, backpacking, mountaineering, bicycle touring, and on military training missions (combined total around 50-75 nights). It is quick and easy to inflate, easy to pack, has never leaked or had any other issues. Now, I do wake up fairly often either off of the pad (if it is outside the sleeping bag) or with the pad on top of me (if it is inside the sleeping bag), so it's a bit tough to get it to stay put, but it is definitely worth this minor inconvenience. The various tubes and contours allow you to shift around until you find a comfortable position, unlike common flat pads where you just get what you get. It also allows you to work around that pesky rock or acorn that you missed when setting up your tent, a much better solution than cutting a hole in your foam pad!
Bottom line - a little tough to stay on, but well worth it for the comfort and packability, and it holds up well to a lot of use. Highly recommended for on-the-go people!
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Homer J. Sapien on July 3, 2012
Size: RegularColor: Yellow/Gray Verified Purchase
I purchased this item for my first motorcycle camping trip. I looked at several other brands but was impressed by the small size of the Klymit brand. It packs up really, really small which was a big plus for me. It's a bit pricey, but the price on Amazon was about $30 cheaper than anywhere else I looked. I don't think I would have purchased it had it not been for this.

We camped for 8 days and it held up very well. It never lost any air at all. I'm 6'4" and weigh about 185 lbs. and the mattress seemed to provide ample enough support for my body. The only problem was that after sleeping on it for several hours, the small of my back would begin to hurt. I tried the mattress in different positions and with different levels of air in it, but nothing seemed to solve the problem. i wound up sleeping on my sides much more that I would like. I couldn't figure out why this happens. If it hadn't been for this problem I would have given it a 5 star rating.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Ruskoski on June 16, 2012
Size: RegularColor: Yellow/Gray Verified Purchase
If you need to save weight on your back and space in your pack then this mattress is for you. This is great for ultralight backpacking. I can also fit the Klymit Cush pillow in the stuff sac and together they weigh about the same as a can of soda and are about the same size. A great combo for hiking. Now I only give this item 5 stars as an ultrlight mattress. If you don't care about weight or size this one is not for you. It works best if you sleep on your back and is narrow. You can sleep on your side and it still feels ok. I have not used it in cold temps but it is not rated for winter. If you need a bigger mattress or plan to sleep on big rocks, get something else. This is great for ultralight use but for car camping it is a waste of money. And yes, I am buying more X Frames for my family to hike with and Therma rests to car camp or winter/short hikes with.

God Bless
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By David on November 17, 2014
Size: RegularColor: Yellow/Gray Verified Purchase
I waited FOREVER to write the review. On my first excursion, I slept horribly. I was unhappy. I kept rolling off the mattress and my back hurt. I resolved that I wanted to try it again. I practiced using it a couple times between trips and figured that I was doing it wrong. You're supposed to put the mattress INSIDE of your sleeping bag. And even if you think you blew it up nice with your breath, you need to use that little hand pump for about 20-30 seconds to get it just right. That made a HUGE difference. The other night, I took this out for an overnight at 17 degrees F. The only times I were ever shivering were when I wiggled off turning over in my sleep (I'm normally a side sleeper - don't do that with these and mummy bags!). Klymit's claim about lofting is very true. This mattress lofts like a pro. It gives you support where you need it, and allows your sleeping bag to do it's job - whether it's down or synthetic. It takes less than a minute to deploy, feels sturdy, and can be compressed to about the size of a soda can. I know from the look of it, you might doubt that it could lend to a good night of sleep, but read how people use it and what Klymit says - because it works outstanding. I had a closed-cell pad ready just in case this failed me, but now I don't think I'll be sold on any other product.
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22 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey Wong on April 5, 2013
Size: RegularColor: Yellow/Gray
I love the light weight and the concept of having "loft pockets" to permit your sleeping bag insulation to expand underneath you and insulate you from the cold ground. I'll never know how the concept will perform for me because two nights spent on it in my living room delivered me with the pad to the retailer, receipt in hand, to get a refund.

At 5'8" and 156 lb. I hoped that this 72" long, 16" wide pad (yes, I measured it, inflated, with a Stanley tape measure ) with its 1.5" thick tubes would caress me. At differing levels of inflation, whether side sleeping, back sleeping or belly sleeping, I couldn't sleep well. The X Frame cut out six of the ten tubes that support my legs and my trunk between my shoulders & hips. On my return to a competing 2.5" thick pad I found that the tubes corresponding to those missing in the X Frame provided support that was essential to my comfort. Fewer tubes supporting the same body weight led to more pressure at the body-to-pad contact points and discomfort for me. I found the pressure on my legs while side sleeping especially irksome.

Back sleepers may find the pad a bit too narrow. My arms wanted to fall off.

Your mileage may vary. I'm happy that some users have found nirvana with this torture tool.

Happy Trails.
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