Cots

Brand

Therm-a-Rest
Helinox
TravelChair
Cabela's
Eureka!
Snow Peak
Coleman
ALPS Mountaineering
REI
LuxuryLite

User

Unisex
Men's

Price

less than $25
$25 - $49.99
$50 - $99.99
$100 - $199.99
$200 - $299.99
$300 - $399.99
$400 and above

Recent Cot Reviews

Therm-a-Rest LuxuryLite Mesh Cot

rated 5 of 5 stars A great product for those with bad backs. Even with a 4-inch thick luxury pad, I just can't sleep on the ground anymore, and hammocks gave me mixed back pain results. The LuxuryLite Cot (XL) has proven to be very comfortable for me. The bows get easier to put in/take out over time. I'm enjoying camping again so much more! I've been using the Therm-a-Rest LuxuryLite XL for several months now, and I find it very comfortable. I'm in my 50's, and have simply had too many back injuries to sleep comfortably… Full review

TravelChair Sleeprite Cot

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Kind of fussy to set up and take down, but packs small and light and is very comfortable. As I get older, a more comfortable sleeping experience becomes a bigger priority for me. While I have been sleeping on the original Paco pads made by Jack's Plastic Welding (think rafting PVC with a memory foam interior and an air valve) for years, they are starting to feel thinner as time goes on. On warm weather trips where a tent is not needed, I've used the gold-standard Camp Time Roll-a-Cot, which is very… Full review

Helinox Cot One

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Lightweight (about 2kg) and most easy installation under 1.5 min with good design. Only the price is slightly high. I'd been looking for a light and easy cot and found two of all. They were the Helinox Cot 1 and Therm-a-Rest ultralight Cot. I gave my choice to the Helinox Cot 1 because it needs really fewer motions of setting up than the Ultralite cot and more reliabilities from their DAC pole. Full review

LuxuryLite Mesh Cot

rated 4 of 5 stars I used this cot on a canoe trip in the Adirondacks and I was very happy with it. No lumps, and very little "midnight luge"to the bottom of the tent, no bars under your head or heals. It's wide enough and weighs less than 4#. Packs up small 4"+- dia. x 10 to 14" long. This thing is solid and worth it if you want to SLEEP. Bring a ground pad for the insulation properties if it's gonna be cold. The other guys liked it also. "I hope you are comfy on my cot." Assemble it a few times before you go out. Full review

LuxuryLite UltraLite Cot

rated 5 of 5 stars Tired of wet gear inside a tent? Put your tent over this cot and enjoy dry and comfort inside your tent even in a 5" all night rain. Did it last weekend. LuxuryLite Cots are just over 2 lbs. Rolls up into a sack less than 6"x 21 and has a lifetime guarantee. When it's cold put your Thermarest over that and sleep like you're at home...no rocks, no wet tent bottoms. I won't go without it anymore...that's 8 backpacks a year with Royal Rangers. Best gear I own. I turned 52. That was 2 years ago. I bought… Full review

Big Grizzly and Voyager Cots

I purchased two Big Grizzly cots from REI and did not have any trouble with them at first. So for a birthday present I purchased two more but from CABELA'S as REI no longer carried them. (I should have queried this.) On the birthday the recipient set up the cot, and the leg bent at the spot that touches the ground, whoops. Then examined my older cots and found a bent leg as well. On contacting the company they promised replacement, but although repeated emails have transpired, no new product has… Full review