Inertia X Frame Recon

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A radically different approach to sleeping comfortably on air - and now mission ready! There’s nothing like the Inertia X Frame™ - it provides support at key pressure points while eliminating every ounce of unnecessary material. It works especially well inside a sleeping bag where the bag’s loft fills the empty spaces in the pad. The X Frame™ also features a customizable pressure valve with hand-pump for precise comfort.

  • Minimalist Design: Advanced patterning removes all extraneous material to creates an ultralight, minimalist design that delivers comfort and support for only 10.3 oz. and packs to 3” x 6”.
  • Body Mapping: Advanced patterning places chambers only where padding is needed and eliminates them where they are not, allowing us to shed significant weight without sacrificing comfort.
  • Loft Pockets: Empty spaces between the chambers serve as expansion zones that allow your sleeping bag to fully loft beneath you, maximizing its thermal performance.
  • The Right Size:: At 72” long, the streamlined size is tapered to fit the body and allows the pad to be used inside or outside of your sleeping bag.
  • Inflation and Deflation: : Pad rapidly inflates in as few as 5-7 breaths, and a hand pump is included for more rapid inflation and the ability to reach a higher PSI. The valve’s intelligent design allows for micro adjustments to fine tune pressure and comfort.
  • Patch Kit included for emergency repairs
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Length of pad? Specs say 72", info says 78".
Question by: Anthony Zabek on Apr 19, 2018, 5:37:54 PM
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Hello, i would likde to ask, if you recommend this pad for use in a hammock. I know you have special hammock models but for the ultralight reason I would prefer this one if reasonable. Thanks.
Question by: Martin Vlach on Jan 13, 2017, 9:43:46 PM
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Is this pad suitable for people that sleep on their side, or their belly ?
Question by: Patrice Calvé on Oct 8, 2016, 2:44:51 PM
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