Indie Ogden Review: Klymit Cush

10340074_10204135782096791_5707413585478320233_nLast weekend our little family took a trip down to Joe’s Valley for a weekend of bouldering and we took a little bit of Ogden with us in the form of Klymit’s Cush.  We didn’t have room in our truck for camp chairs since we were hauling 2 large boulder pads and the thought of sitting for hours on a rock with no sigh on my tush  sounded like a bad day waiting to happen.

This little inflatable seat packed up so small that it fit flat inside a boulder bad without being noticeable but once  inflated it was an awesome little pillow to sit on. Speaking of inflating, this little pillow inflates in one breath, no joke!   The kids loved to use it to lay down on the ground while laying and the tot even used it as her lil crusher boulder pad.

Sitting around the fire that night at our campsite was so much more enjoyable with something to sit on besides rocks and dirt and it was the perfect size for two kiddos when flat and extra cush for one if you fold it over. Later that night when I was crawling into the tent I realized that I forgot my pillow. I  am not the kind of person that can just lay flat on the ground especially since I co-sleep and nurse often through the night. My husband tossed my the Klymit Cush and I folded it  into thirds and slept cozy all night.

Overall the Cush is a must have for camping, bouldering or just being outdoors. At an affordable $20 it’s a cheap way to ensure you  always have a little bit of cush on the go.

Learn more about Klymit in our Spotlight article! 

**Disclaimer: I was given a Cush from Klymit. All Opinions are my own and I was not paid to review the product.

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