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Therm-A-Rest Luxurylite Mesh Cot Therm
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Cot packs down to 6 x 16 in. to fit easily in bicycle panniers, portage bags and backpacks Weighing 3 lbs. 12 oz., this cot is light enough to take along when you're backpacking, bike camping and canoeing BowFrame? patented technology eliminates painful crossbars, squeaky joints and broken hardware that can be found on other cots At a full 26 in. wide, the Mesh cot is the widest and most comfortable cot from Therm-a-Rest Breathable mesh fabric allows excellent ventilation in hot weather; fabric won't stretch Anodized aluminum poles and durable nylon feet stand up to heavy use The Therm-a-Rest LuxuryLite Mesh cot assembles in only 3 min. and does not require any tools; includes a small stuff sack Please note: Therm-a-Rest products can only be shipped to U.S. addresses. Made in USA.
- Product Dimensions: 19 x 6 x 6 inches ; 4.5 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 3.9 pounds
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
- ASIN: B00HZ12YOM
- Item model number: 6397-Parent
Worth the extra money
45 people found this helpful.
I did my homework on cots for camping purposes and decided to purchase this cot. For me spending this amount of money is a big deal. I am going on an extended bicycle trip through Florida this winter (2013) and maybe up the east coast in the spring/summer. I needed something that was well made and would fit in my tent. When I received this cot I put it together and started using it every night for the last two weeks. I am 6’5″ and weigh 245lbs and side sleep mainly. One night a went to bed with a sore back and when I woke up the soreness was gone. For me that made my purchase well worth it.
Makes a huge difference!
28 people found this helpful.
It’s not as good as being home in bed but it makes for a much more comfortable night outside. Being up off of the ground is so important. I had to camp in a nasty, rocky place for work this summer and the LuxuryLite held me up over some uneven, uncomfortable ground. It also rained to beat the band while I was there and while my buddies got soaked in a tent, I was just fine on the LuxuryLite with a tarp – being off of the ground is fabulous!
A Good alternative to sleeping pads if you need the comfort.
16 people found this helpful.
I first found out about this product browsing the Thermarest website. Watched a video and was intrigued by the concept of a lightweight backpacking cot. One of them happened to be at an REI garage sale at a price that was worth the risk so I have it a shot.
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16 people found this helpful.
This is one of the best things I have purchased for camping/backpacking in the last 20 years. I slept on it for over a dozen nights this past winter and spring and never had any problems setting it up or taking it down…one little hint, when you are putting it together spread your feet out to the poles running down the length of the cot, this maintains the width of the cot and allows you to put the cross poles with the circular feet on pretty easily. I’m really sorry that some of the other reviewers had difficulty setting it up. I’m a pretty big guy (6’1″ and 200 lbs) and this cot allowed me to side sleep. I used a Therm-A-Rest pad for warmth when it was cold (below freezing) and was warmer than I have ever been. Now in the summer I like that it gets me up off the ground and allows air flow underneath to stay cooler. Packs neatly – no problem fitting in the bag. Will be buying several more for the rest of the family.