Therm-A-Rest 20" Trekker Chair

Closeouts. Use the Therm-A-Rest 20" Trekker chair to quickly and easily convert your rectangular air mattress into a camp chair.

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  • Reviewed by Spartacus from Ohio on Monday, March 03, 2014
    I have a 20" Alps air mattress and it fit perfectly. While I have not taken it out doors for a field test, I was pleased with the easy setup inside my house. The bottom ans sides are re-enforced for strength and the stitching for the straps appears many years of camping. The bottom looks to be made of a durable fabric that will prevent any punctures form the ground. You can not beat the price! Similar chairs are $40 - $50 in stores.
  • Reviewed by Chief Moosehead from Baltimore, Md on Friday, January 24, 2014
    This is the first backpacking chair that I've purchased. I already have a thermarest pad, so I just needed the chair. For $15, this is an excellent buy. It is not the most comfortable thing, but it does provide a nice backrest for 11 oz. I've also used it with just the small foam sitting pad that carry with me. (I piece of a foam sleeping pad that I cut off) With that configuration, there is no cushioning on the back rest, but it pretty much serves the same purpose. All in all, a good thing to have for a small cost and small weight.
  • Reviewed by Melina from California on Thursday, January 09, 2014
    We just got back from yet another backpacking trip where these chairs were greatly appreciated. It's so relaxing to kick back at camp before or after a long hike with these. I guess they're not ultralight material but we go pretty minimal and I wouldn't sacrifice this comfort for the weight.
  • Reviewed by Bjs from CA on Monday, September 02, 2013
    Great replacement for older version
  • Reviewed by Jason from Cincinnati on Sunday, August 04, 2013
    I have used mine for years and LOVE it. I have used all sorts of pads in it, including a blue foamy, Neoair, regular thermarest, and nothing at all. It has been very durable and easy to pack next to tent poles, or around the poles. Hikers all have their own way of doing things, but this is a low cost, low weight luxury I never leave behind.
  • Reviewed by mountain maiden from Hesperus, Colorado on Sunday, July 21, 2013
    I got this thinking it would save weight and bulk if I wanted to carry around this type of seat and I already owned the required (but not included) thermarest mattress. The chair/mattress combo (using a 1" thick thermarest) actually packs larger than my other seat and probably weighs more. It also lacks the stiffness required to make it comfortable. It didn't cost enough to make it worthwhile returning, but I can't see that I will ever get much use from it.
  • Reviewed by Al from San Francisco on Tuesday, July 16, 2013
    i thought a small blow up therm-a-rest was included with the purchase. It turns out that you are really only buying the sleeve. you have to provide the Therm-a-rest pad. I don't think it is worth this much.
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