Camping Cots

Discussion in 'Camping' started by TARider, Mar 6, 2020.

  1. TARider

    TARider Well-Known Member

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    The kids have outgrown their cots and mine is reaching the sagging/stretched out phase so about time to pick up 4 new ones. This is for car camping so don’t need to be ultra light, but don’t want them taking up all the space in the back when hauling them. The largest person is me at 6’2”, 200 lbs.
    any recommendations for something comfortable that won’t be stretched out after a week of use? No air mattresses.
     
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  2. PAT Ventures

    PAT Ventures Well-Known Member

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    Camp Cots Archives | TETON Sports

    I have no first hand knowledge but I've been eyeballing these cots. Their xxl is rated for 600 lbs. Their whole line of cots & accessories looks good. Kind of pricey. Sportsmen Warehouse in GSO carries this stuff. I plan on stopping in sometime and get a better feel.
     
  3. WARRIORWELDING

    WARRIORWELDING Owner opperator Of WarriorWelding LLC.

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    I am considering a back packing version. I have tried my sons pasion for hammocks. Just doesn't do it for me yet. Sleeping on a plain thermal rest isn't cutting it anymore either.
    Getting older sucks...not resting in the outback sucks worse.
     
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  4. tsconver

    tsconver Well-Known Member

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  5. VortecJeep

    VortecJeep Powered by Uranium-235

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    My wife and I sleep on these when we camp and they are great. In fact, they are more comfortable than the spare bed at her parents house, so we use them if we stay overnight there too!

    REI Co-op Kingdom Cot 3 | REI Co-op
     
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