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Trekker Chair

A lightweight chair constructed from a sleeve that works with your sleeping mat

Thermarest are a clever bunch. They have realised that long term camping trips can make great demands on your back (as well as your sanity). Sitting unsupported for day after day following gruelling rucksack carries and nights on hard ground take their toll. To help our backs, Thermarest have come up with a range of lightweight and compact seats, sit mats to make lunch breaks a little more palatable and back rests to help you sleep and provide some support from the dodgiest of coach seats. We have more trail seats to carry with you on the hill from Multimat.

You'll also find stuff sacs for your Thermarest (don't forget elastic bands make a great alternative in an emergency) and couple kits for holding two mats together for any romatics out there.

There are packable pillows here from Ajungilak and Thermarest. More pillows and sleeping luxuries can be found on our Travel Comfort page.

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