Klymit Inertia X-Lite Sleeping Pad Video!

Trying something out new here. I just got this really small and light sleeping pad and instead of taking some pics I posted a video. Let me know what you think.

  • Thanks for the vid, looks really interesting. Couple of concerns I’d have from looking at it…I wonder if it’s reliant on you being the correct height to meet the pressure areas correctly, and also I’d be interested to know how it copes in colder weather. I guess your bag sleeping bag would loft into the gaps, which might negate any potential issues. Let us know how you get on with it please! Cheers.

    • Anonymous

      There is mention of how to use it in colder weather on the instructions page. It says that when using in temps under 20 to warm it up by placing it in your jacket for 20 mins before unrolling and inflating. Also, for winter use they recommend carrying a 4-season pad or two Inertia XFrame pads placed on top of each other.

      • two XFrame pads…those sneaky devils :-). Will ultimately be using my pad on the TD next year. Currently have a regular Neoair but want something lighter/smaller. Interested in your thoughts on whether the XFrame would be fit for that. Cheers!

  • Theporcelainrocket

    Love the video stuff man!

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