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ALPS Mountaineering Ready Lite Cot - 2022 Model

$299.99 $189.99
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UPC:
703438820416
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ALPS Mountaineering Ready Lite Cot - 2022 Model

The Ready Lite Cot is the perfect solution to weight restrictions and not sacrificing comfort. At just 5 pounds, the Ready Lite Cot can make every trip. The unique design uses shock-corded poles for an even easier setup and the honeycomb ripstop fabric will ensure that this cot lasts a lifetime.

Features:

  • Very lightweight and compactible
  • Durable 7000 series aluminum frame
  • 420D polyester honeycomb ripstop fabric
  • Two layer top creates a sleeve for adding an air pad up to 2"
  • 7" x 17" carry bag
Specifications:

  • Dimensions: 28" W x 78" L x 6" H
  • Weight: 5 lbs.
  • Weight Capacity: 300 lbs.
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  • 5
    This Is Really, Really Good

    Posted by Blaine on Mar 13th 2022

    I love this thing. It took me a trial run but afterward it took me 5 minutes to set it up and 5 minutes to put it away. I'm a big guy, 6'2" and 215 lbs. and it holds me just fine. It's really comfortable, big enough for my entire body, blankets/sleeping bag, sleeping pad, pillow, and nothing falls off. It's also super lightweight, about 5 lbs. just like they advertise. 2 quick tips: If you don't put an sleeping pad underneath your body in the sleeve, you're gonna get cold; the cot material is lightweight and thin, heat is gonna dissipate down through the cot. So use a pad or nice sleeping pad; blankets aren't enough. #2: Don't be afraid to use some muscle when bending the support rods, they're very sturdy. You need to be pretty strong to bend them and get them to snap into place but don't be afraid to really muscle it; prop the cot up and use gravity to help. If I had to critique anything, it would be that the blue velcro straps that hold the support rods in place (you'll see when you get it) get annoying to deal with when disassembling the cot; they velcro themselves together on their own and prevent you from taking out the rods to disassemble. Hardly a bad thing in the long scheme of things though; this is the best cot I've ever owned and you're not gonna find a better price anywhere else asides from these guys.