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ALPS Mountaineering Barracks Cot

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Barracks Cot

Take your away-from-home sleep to the next level by elevating yourself on the Alps Mountaineering Barracks Cot. This durable cot features a rugged polyester surface that provides support with just enough give to keep you comfortable, while the steel frame provides the stability you need to sleep soundly. At just over 11 pounds, this cot is ideal for basecamp-style travel and car camping adventures.

  • Cot for sleeping comfortably away from your bed
  • Rugged polyester is supportive and abrasion-resistant
  • Steel frame is durable and stable
  • Supports up to 250 pounds comfortably
  • Included carry bag makes travel convenient
  • Item #ALM005U

600D polyester fabric, steel frame
1 person
Weight Limit
30 x 74 x 7.5in
Claimed Weight
Recommended Use
casual, weekend camping
Manufacturer Warranty

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>Rating: 4

No problems

I've used it several times
True to size
5` 7"
150 lbs

I really like this cot. I also bought the lighter alps mountaineering cot and find this more comfortable. Have slept multiple nights on it a couple times and have no complaints. Set up was not a problem for me. I’m 5’ 7” 150 lbs and can easily get legs into slots. Didn’t need any special tools or anything to set it up. I will say that my wife struggles a bit to set it up, but can do it with effort. Takes up little space while transporting. Wouldn’t go backpacking with it-too heavy for that. Definitely the best bang for the buck.

>Rating: 1

Can't get rails in slots without a tool!

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
True to size
5` 11"
185 lbs

Should have paid more attention to the numerous reviews mentioning set-up problems. We bought TWO of these cots, and on each one, one side rail went in with a reasonable amount of effort, and the other would not go in by hand -- they required the use of a screwdriver as a wedge, like a tire iron. There was NO WAY we were going to get the rails in without a tool. We are letting them stretch overnight, then we'll take them apart and try to set up again -- maybe the canvas will have stretched adequately.

>Rating: 1

impossible to set up

I returned this product before using it

As a woman of normal strength I can not get the legs into the holes. Neither can my big strong young buck neighbor. I am returning this cot,

>Rating: 5

Best bang for the buck cot you can buy

I've used it several times

If you are car camping, this is the best cot you can buy. I just purchased my third and fourth, so all the family now has one. It's very well made: the heavy duty steel will last forever, like the thick nylon sleeping surface. You do need some reasonable strength to bend the sprung legs into place, but I prefer this to having moving parts to break. There's nothing lightweight to make it expensive. The legs have a large contact surface with the ground, so very little chance of puncturing the floor of your tent.

I have never come across another Corlett!


What is the length of the cots legs/how high does the cot sit off the ground?