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UltraLite Cot

After a good day hiking, nothing is more appreciated than a good nights rest. The award-winning UltraLite Cot by Therm-a-Rest is lighter (weighs only 2lbs) and packs smaller than any other cot on the market. This new version of the popular cot has been redesigned to include ThermaCapture, a layer that helps retain your body’s heat, it also has new feet, and an upgraded carry-pack to make the whole thing even more compact. No more sleeping on sharp rocks, lumpy uneven ground, crawling critters and unhealthy dampness, this is the cot you need for superior off-the-ground comfort. watch the video below

Available in Europe here




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BIKE BUTLER

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SEASCAPE RETREAT

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RECORD DISPLAY I

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