Inertia XL

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The lightest, most packable oversized air pad available. Weighing in at just over one pound, the Inertia XL™ is extra wide and extra long for those who value comfort, but still packs down to the size of a soda can. Utilizing our V-Chamber technology, the Inertia XL™ includes a customizable pressure valve with hand-pump, and also features ultra-durable fabric for rugged use.

  • Minimalist Design: Advanced patterning removes all extraneous material to creates an ultralight, minimalist design that delivers comfort and support for only 14.1 oz. and packs to 4” x 8”.
  • 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 78” 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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Hi, I bought an Inertia XL one to two years ago and then due to a series of unfortunate events, I was unable to use it until this weekend. I blew it up and used the hand pump and went to sleep happy, but woke with it flattened - had to reinflate it four times on first night. I took it home and filled the tub and immersed it and could see a slow bubble escaping from valve. Can this problem be solved?
Thank you, Anne
Question by: anne wilson on Jul 11, 2017, 12:47:53 AM
Is this pad good for sleeping on your side or belly or would a static v be better for side or belly
Question by: Kurt Spears on Feb 4, 2017, 3:48:26 PM