2017 Latest Design Klymit Static V2 Sleeping Pad to Chile Importers
2017 Latest Design Klymit Static V2 Sleeping Pad to Chile Importers Detail:
- NEW AND IMPROVED: The most popular camping pad on Amazon just got 12% lighter and more backpacker friendly; Weighs only 16.33 oz
- INCREDIBLY LIGHTWEIGHT: New high end lighter fabrics for smaller pack size and weight
- FLAWLESS DESIGN: V-chamber design to limit air movement and heat loss; and provide better support and comfort
- VERSATILE: Great for ground, cot, or hammock sleeping and ideal for every adventure when ounces count
- SPECIFICATIONS: Packed Weight: 16.33 oz; Size: 3″ x 8″ – Inflated Size: 72″ x 23″ x 2.5″ – Includes: Stuff Sack, Patch Kit and Lifetime Warranty
Product detail pictures:
With advanced technologies and facilities, strict high quality control, reasonable value, exceptional company and close co-operation with prospects, we've been devoted to offering the very best worth for our consumers for 2017 Latest Design Klymit Static V2 Sleeping Pad to Chile Importers, The product will supply to all over the world, such as: Comoros , Mexico , Philippines , Our products have won an excellent reputation at each of the related nations. Because the establishment of our firm. we have insisted on our production procedure innovation together with the most recent modern day managing method, attracting a sizable quantity of talents within this industry. We regard the solution good quality as our most vital essence character.
With more than 11 years rich manufacture experience.
High quality,available price and superior service can be provided by us.
Our excellent design team can meet your different package requirement.
http://www.nataliapanocha.pl/ – Zajmuję się doradztwem finansowym w zakresie kredytów, ubezpieczeń i inwestycji. Jeśli poszukujesz kogoś, kto rzetelnie i profesjonalnie poprowadzi Cię przez zawiłości finansowego świata, dobrze trafiłeś.
muzyka: © 2001-2013 Kevin MacLeod
Get it here: http://amzn.to/1L3vC2H First off, the design of this chair is ingenious. It’s basically a clone of the Big Agnes Helinox chair so we have to give them credit for that. It’s essentially built out of tent poles configured in a way that the chair supports your weight like a hammock stand. The weight of your body is directed directly down into the poles, there’s no lateral forces trying to bend them. it’s really a smart design.
The chair is also light, very light. It weighs 35.5OZ with the case. When you see the size of the chair the lightness is even more impressive.
One feature this chair has that the Big Agnes Helinox doesn’t, is the adjustable legs. This allows you to raise or lower the chair and to also make adjustments for uneven or sloped ground. Nice improvement over the Big A chair.
All the materials have a nice fit and finish and the corners where the poles attached are robustly reinforced. The poles aren’t poking through this material anytime soon. The poles are quite ridged, very little flex, and everything fits together very well. The main material of the chair surface is the only thing I would worry about, just thin nylon and if there’s a failure, this is where it’s going to be.
I do think you’ll want to be gentle with it to keep the material from tearing or the poles from buckling though. Shouldn’t be a problem as long as you don’t just slam yourself into it, treat it like an ultralight piece of gear.
I’ve clocked several hours in it and so far I love it. I’m 180lbs and it holds me just fine with no flex. The chair is also VERY comfortable. You can recline or sit up straight.
The best way to really get a feel for how the chair works, is put together and the material, is to check the video.
I love chair and its definitely going to be my new go-to event and camping chair (and I have a LOT of camping chairs). Just so light, comfy, clever and portable. I dig it.
If you have any questions please feel free to ask in the comment below.
By Steven 2016-6-26 15:38
The company comply with the contract strict, a very reputable manufacturers, worthy a long-term cooperation.
By Judy 2016-7-26 18:36