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  • Extra wide, long, and plush for serene sleeping
  • An R-value of 4.4 is ideal for cold weather adventure when luxury matters
  • V-Chamber body mapping optimizes comfort
  • Rugged, lightweight and packs away small
  • Noise-free construction is quiet when you move about during sleep
  • Stuff sack and patch kit included

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Specs

Best Use Camping
Sleeping Pad Type Air Pad
Sleeping Pad Shape Rectangular
Insulation Type Synthetic
R-Value 4.4
Repair Kit Included Yes
Stuff Sack Included Yes
Packed Size 6 x 9 inches
Dimensions 76 x 30 x 3 inches
Weight 2 lbs. 4 oz.
Gender Unisex
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Static V Insulated Luxe Sleeping Pad. I am a lightweight (hammock) backpacker, so the weight of this item alone would be enough to denture any enthusiasts (especially with no customer reviews). But because I like testing, (and REI has a satisfaction guaranty) I decided to try it out. I am 5ft 11 3/4in, 137lbs. I live in NC and I love the Blue Ridge Mountains. I sleep in a double layer Half-Wit Hammock (by Dutch Hardware), and I was looking for a lightweight inflatable sleeping pad for a reasonable price. (For reasons of my own, I did not want CCF or self inflating pads(I have tried both).) I needed something wide, long, very collapsible lightweight and cheap. Here it is! For it's size, it is very lightweight. It is worm (even in high winds), and extraordinarily comfortable. relatively easy to inflate, and a peace of cake to pack up. Because of it's large width and ingenious design, I get full coverage in my hammock (no cold shoulders!). I have tested down to 32f degrees (3MP winds, with my down sleeping bag). Even though I stayed nice and cozy, I wouldn't say it could have taken much more. I also like having the pad for other uses for when I'm not hiking. The only thing I don't understand about this product is, why it has two valves for blowing it up? It does make it quicker to deflate, but I would say it's unnecessary. Over all, I am satisfied with my product. And I would recommend it to anyone else looking for an affordable, worm, durable, comfortable, compact and lightweight sleeping pad. "The wilderness must be explored Caw-caw RARR"
Date published: 2015-10-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Best pad you can get for the money Bought one to replace my previous pad and I have to say I was very impressed. While my last pad was certainly warmer this one is no shirker in the R rating and my arms stay on the pad unlike my other one. It packs down very compactly taking up very little space IN my pack rather than having to strap it to the outside; open both valves and it deflates like a dream, though it does take more breaths to blow it up than advertised, and I have a large lung capacity, it's not bad at all and retains the air great. The only reason I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 is I'm a big guy (275 Lbs.) and when rolling over I would occasionally ground out with my hip if I caught it in a well. That being my only gripe, if you are looking for a compact insulated pad that won't leave your wallet empty or you on the ground you would be well advised to give this pad a go for yourself.
Date published: 2017-04-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So Dang Worth It!!! I bought this and have fallen in love! You get a great value at a great price! I had a friend who used one of these on a wilderness semester and it worked flawlessly, I was skeptical but he let me borrow it and it was a great nights sleep! I bought one soon after and haven't had any trouble
Date published: 2017-03-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best pad I've used!!! Best sleeping pad I've ever used. I've used isomats in the military, a Thermarest self inflating pad, and a Kelty Recluse. Very cool in the winter desert environment this past season but this pad helped me stay warmer than my more recent Kelty Recluse which is also insulated. I may get a second V Luxe for my camper so two people can sleep comfortably. That being said I do use it in my pop-up truck camper, not backpacking. For backpacking I do have the Static V. For inflation I found a video on YT for inflating sleeping pads like this one. The video is lengthy but essentially you take a small trashbag and cut a small portion of one of the closed corners off and slip it over one of the valves. Next you secure the bag from the inside to the valve with a rubberband. Fill the trashbag with air by waving it open then closing the open end. Compress the bag and the air will enter the sleeping pad. Close the valve between fills. Takes about three fills of the trashbag to fill the V-Luxe. Finally use one or two breaths to get the pad to desired pressure. Remember to close and lock both valves.
Date published: 2017-03-29
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