Static V2

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The freedom to shed weight and pack size without sacrificing comfort or durability. The Static V2™ lets you count ounces without abandoning luxury. It offers the same exceptional comfort of the original Static V™, in a pad that weighs just one pound and packs to the size of a soda can. Weight is shed by using lighter fabric on top, while still retaining an ultra-durable underside. This pad is right at home on summer backpacking trips.

  • Body Mapping Technology: Our patented V-shaped design delivers support and comfort no matter how you sleep – on your side, stomach or back.
  • 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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What is the best way to store this (like for several months) between hiking trips? Should we store them in their storage bag or leave them loose?
Question by: Richard Reiffer on Aug 16, 2016, 8:57:44 PM
Follow-up...Yes, I understand that I need to blow into it. It just doesn't allow air in. Is there a trick to it?
Question by: Angela Rountree on Sep 8, 2017, 12:47:35 AM
Is the Ststic V latex-free?

Thanks, Pete
Question by: A. Petrr Andrrson on May 29, 2017, 1:48:32 PM
What pump do you recommend if I don’t want to do it myself?
Question by: Robin Wilson on Oct 27, 2017, 7:20:44 PM
Green side up?
Question by: Frank Graham on Oct 26, 2017, 1:29:31 AM
Which products are available in a "long" model?
Don't see any of the Static models avail. in 76/78 inches. only the Inertia models.
Am I missing them?
Question by: Tom Tanner on Nov 14, 2016, 5:16:40 PM
Sleeping pads of similar style I have found to be quite "crinkly" AKA they make a TON of noise, mainly a very plastic type noise. I am unable to find this product in a retailer within 500 miles of home so I have been unable to physically put hands of this product. We are thru hiking this coming year and my thermarest is just not going to make the cut.
Question by: Cassandra Stewart on Nov 14, 2017, 6:48:55 PM
Should the air valve be towards your head or your feet when sleeping on this mat?
Question by: Steven Skidgel on Aug 10, 2017, 8:35:31 AM
I just purchased two. I cant figure out how to inflate. I don't want to break it. I tried twisting and pulling.
Question by: Angela Rountree on Sep 8, 2017, 12:46:08 AM