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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

    Tech Specs

    Material
    600D polyester fabric, steel frame
    Capacity
    1 person
    Weight Limit
    250lb
    Dimensions
    30 x 74in
    Claimed Weight
    11.5lb
    Recommended Use
    casual, weekend camping
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    Best bang for the buck cot you can buy

    • Familiarity: 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.