Klymit Double V Sleeping Pad

Klymit Double V Sleeping Pad
Klymit Double V Sleeping Pad
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Double V Sleeping Pad by Klymit
Or--in the case of the Klymit Double V Sleeping Pad--one is better than two. This inflatable pad works better for couples than trying to push two sleeping pads together, and the side-by-side use of Klymit's V-Chamber construction means that the movement of air between the sides is limited; no need to worry that you'll disturb your partner if you wake up in the middle of the night. The patented design delivers support and comfort to sleepers of all ilks--side, belly, and back--and uses a pattern of deep welds that discourages the pad from flattening out when you're on it. Side rails are integrated into the patterning to cradle you as you sleep, preparing you and your partner for tomorrow's adventures.

SKU: KLT0019
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