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Super comfortable for every body, the PDa, part of our TraiLogic Collection, is compact and lightweight. With an air chamber design that quickly inflates in just a few breaths, it balances comfort and weight to get you dreaming fast. Then when morning comes, our pad cube stuff sack packs flat to save space inside your pack.


  • Very high comfort to weight ratio
  • Compact carry size
  • Air chambers provide excellent support for a comfortable nights rest
  • Repair kit included
  • Pad cube stuff sack included
  • PVC-Free
  • Non-insulated
  • Kelty One-Year Limited Warranty


  • R Value: NA
  • Size: Regular
  • Shape: Mummy
  • Length: 72 in / 183 cm
  • Width: 20 in / 51 cm
  • Thickness: 2 in / 5 cm
  • Packed Depth: 1.5 in / 4 cm
  • Packed Width: 6 in / 15 cm
  • Packed Height: 8 in / 20.5 cm
  • Weight: 14.5 oz / 411g


  • Material: 50D Micro Rip-Stop Polyester laminated to TPU
  • Fabric: 50D Micro Rip-Stop Polyester laminated to TPU
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Gender: Unisex
Intended Use: Backpacking/Camping
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    1. 10 days in Iceland

      I used pad 10 days staight with no problems.. 5 of which were hiking the Laugvaur trail (landmannalaugar to Porsmork). Also on ice with it the first night with know problems.. July of 14 on Aug 23rd 2016

    2. Leaky!

      I bought this pad for a 12 day trek, on the third day, I woke up on the floor. I returned it to REI and got a new one. Same problem again, had a hole in it after 2 weekend trips. I patched it this time and on day 7 of a 21 day trek, guess what, on the ground again. It is light, but has no durability. on Mar 18th 2016

    3. Customer Review

      Very light pad and it revives great reviews online. However mine deflated after three uses in a tent! Not a good product. Very disappointed in this Kelty sleeping pad. on Aug 25th 2015

    4. Customer Review

      The PDa is fair, but not the best I've tried. I was skeptical of the vertical baffles, and I don't like them as much as horizontal. It does pack light and small, but I would prefer the horizontal baffles. on Sep 9th 2014

    5. Customer Review

      I was skeptical about this sleeping pad, as I'm a bit of a sleeping pad snob. Two inches of thickness turned out to be more than enough. The pad feels firm when inflated fully, and produces no pressure points. The vertical baffles create little pockets so the sleeping bag can loft into them, adding a bit of warmth of cool nights. Kept me warm into the 40's, which is great for an uninsulated pad. Packs tiny, and weighs very little. Definitely worth a try if pack size and weight are your primary concerns. Inflates in about 7 good breaths. on Jun 29th 2014