Therm-A-Rest UltraLite Cot

May 3, 2017

Category: Gear

We’ve all been there, unprepared for an evening out in the wilderness thanks to either a little neglect back at the homestead or limited space in the backpack or car. And while a sleeping bag of sorts is an unforgettable necessity when camping, the cot is a highly undervalued yet crucial piece for a good night’s sleep under the stars.

However, cots often tend to be a bit on the heavier side and take up quite a bit of space. At least that was the norm up until Therm-A-Rest decided to unleash their USA-made UltraLite Cot into the world. Weighing in at 2.65 lbs. and boasting a highly compact design that can fit in almost any camping backpack with ease, this is comfort made easy. The UltraLite is also constructed from 20D polyester ThermaCapture material, boasts revamped feet for additional stability, and features their patented BowFrame technology that effectively eliminates those uncomfortable crossbars found with other cots. Available now in Reflect Green.

Purchase: $220+

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