Klymit announces Kickstarter campaign to push product innovation forward

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CENTERVILLE, Utah- November 2, 2015- Klymit, a comfort innovator in advanced outdoor technology, is launching a Kickstarter campaign to bring its newest backpack to market. The Splash 25 is a lightweight, waterproof pack featuring Klymit’s signature Air Frame Technology. The Kickstarter campaign is scheduled to run November 2nd through November 30th. 

The Klymit Splash 25 is the first ever dry pack with a fully integrated Air Frame. The integrated Air Frame provides customizable comfort along with waterproof construction. Additionally, the Air Frame provides full suspension to transfer weight to the hips while not impeding motion or maneuverability.

The Splash 25 weighs 21 ounces and features waist and sternum straps with easy pump access for on-the-fly adjustments. The integrated Air Frame allows the pack to float in water and the top of the pack has full fold and roll closure. The daisy chain on the front of the pack allows for quick attachment of your gear.

The pack is 25 liters and is made of welded durable, lightweight, waterproof 210D Nylon. The Splash 25 has a load capacity of 35 lbs. The torso size is 16-23 in and the waist size is 27-46 in.

“We’re excited to continue to drive product innovation here at Klymit,” says Klymit President Cory Tholl. “The Splash 25 is the the first dry pack to feature an integrated Air Frame and we believe we’ve solved the problems found in traditional packs. The Splash 25 is comfortable, lightweight, maneuverable and fully waterproof. We’re looking forward to bringing the product to the market with the help of the Kickstarter community.”

Kickstarter backers will have the opportunity to pre-order the Splash 25 for a Christmas delivery while supplies last.

Kickstarter campaign link: http://kck.st/1GMJTOP

Klymit Splash 25

Weight: 1 lb 5 oz

Torso size: 16-23 in

Waist size: 27-46 in

Volume: 25L

Load rating: 30 lbs

Fabric: 210 D Nylon

Color: Gray

Klymit is a company based in Centerville, Utah that challenges traditional approaches to the conception and fabrications of outdoor goods and apparel. Klymit was conceived under the idea that the experience of outdoor enthusiasts can be enhanced with new technologies and a different approach that yield quantifiably superior products.

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