At first glance it seems like the Klymit Inertia O Zone sleeping pad might be uncomfortable, but I’ve found that I sleep really well on it. I used it during a winter gear testing weekend around the Gower Peninsula.
You can read my full review of the sleeping pad here.
The pad is really lightweight. It’s made from a pretty tough material, better than most at this weight. This means there’s less chance of it developing a leak. The low weight is possible because of its clever design. You also haven’t got to add the weight of a pillow to your sleep system.
This mat has its own integral pillow and is the main reason I like this mat. The pillow stays were you want it all night. Both the pillow and the mat are large enough to be comfortable.
The Klymit Inertia O Zone sleeping pad is not particularly thick but it will be fine used on its own in the warmer months. In winter I would use it with a closed cell foam mat underneath for extra warmth. This has an added benefit, as if I get a puncture in the air mat I will still be left with something to sleep on.
Other benefits of the Klymit Inertia O Zone sleeping pad are its small pack size and speed to inflate. This is really nice when you’re exhausted at the end of a long day.