Forums | Klymit Inertia X Frame and Cush Seat Pillow - REVIEW
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At just 258 grams and a 1.5″ profile the Klymit Inertia X Frame sleeping pad is seriously minimal.
It compacts down to something smaller than the size of a can of coke and blows up with three measly breaths. This is a radical design departure from traditional big and fat sleeping pads. The extent of the difference is immediately obvious by just looking at the Klymit Inertia X Frame sleeping pad; it's full of holes. Not to worry though, these holes are intentional and are part of the "body mapping technology". What Klymit has done is remove any part of the sleeping mat that your body does not require and is deemed not necessary for structural integrity. Your pressure points when you lie down are your head, shoulders, hips and heals. It follows that only these areas really need padding when you sleep; so Klymit removed the rest of the padding, in what they call 'loft pockets.'