Insulated Static V Kings Camo

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Klymalite™ lofted synthetic insulation with Kings Camo pattern that blend into the backcountry. Take on the cold with the original Insulated Static V™ outfitted for hunting. Klymalite™ lofted synthetic insulation offers exceptional warmth without the noisy crinkle of other insulated pads. V-Chambers and dynamic side rails also limit the movement of air, helping warmth stay closer to the top of the pad - meaning closer to you.

  • Body Mapping Technology: Our patented V-shaped design delivers support and comfort no matter how you sleep – on your side, stomach or back.
  • Klymalite™ Synthetic insulation: Lightweight, compressible and durable, advanced synthetic insulation in the chambers slows the transfer of air between the top and bottom halves of the pad for improved thermal performance.
  • Side Rails: Integrated into the patterning and construction, they provide a secure, comfortable sleep by centering you on the pad and inhibiting air movement while tossing and turning.
  • Deep Weld Patterning: Unlike traditional pads that flatten the bag’s fill, Deep Welds create expansion zones that allow your bag to fully loft beneath you for improved thermal comfort.
  • Twist-Pull Valve: Secure and simple, it allows inflation in as few as 10 breaths and opens wide for rapid, complete deflation.
  • Patch Kit included for emergency repairs
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$89.95
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Hey guys I just purchased this product from a local Sportsman's warehouse and loved it for three nights, now I have a slow leak and have tried everything to locate it, including putting it in the horse tank and looking for bubbles. I am really sad now that I have to wake up three times a night to pump it back up. Any suggestions? I feel like it is brand new and should be tougher, not to mention it has never been on bare ground always inside a tent?
Question by: Peter Rolfe on Sep 8, 2016, 1:17:25 AM
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