Therm-a-Rest Camp Seat

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Thermarest's warmest, thickest camping seat, covered in plush fabric. Thermarest's thickest, most comfortable seat, the Camp Seat features a soft woven surface with Thermarest's advanced, pressure-mapped design that provides support where you need it most. A 3-inch (7.6 cm) foam core offers maximum warmth and comfort and, for added convenience, it self-inflates and adjusts with just a twist of the valve. Packed Weight 13 oz. Weight 11 oz/300 g. Width: 16 in/41 cm. Length: 16 in/41 cm. Thickness: 3 in/7.6 cm. Packed dimension: 3 X 18/8 X 46. Volume: 770 cu. in. Top fabric type: Diamond Rip Poly 75d. Bottom fabric type: Poly 75d. Core: Pressure Mapped Die Cut PU Foam. Country of Origin: Made in the U.S.A of U.S and Imported Materials. Available Color(s): Nautical Blue

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

Redesigned with pressure mapping technology, Therm-a-Rest's self-inflating Camp Seat is the thickest, most comfortable seat they make. It offers maximum warmth and comfort around camp, on your boat or in a stadium, and it's built with the durability you'd expect for something you'll be using so much.


Sure, the Therm-a-Rest Camp Seat provides a comfy place to sit after a long day on the trailbut that would be selling it short. With pressure-mapping technology for support and warmth, the Camp Seat is a perfect companion for cold bleachers, outdoor concerts, summer picnics, and any other place you might want to rest your rear.


The Therm-A-Rest Camp Seat is the thickest, most comfortable seat that the company makes. It offers the most maximum comfort. You can use this on your boat or in a stadium or by your camp fire. It is made with the utmost durability.

- Outdoorplay

Therm-a-Rest Camp Seat


The Therm-a-Rest Camp Seat is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 12, 2016 at

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