Specs + Sizing
|Packed Weight||4lbs 1oz / 1.84kg|
|Packed Size||28" x 5.5" x 6" / 71 x 14 x 15cm|
FeaturesIncludes one 26" x 78" x 6.5" inflatable cot and one single wide accessory cover
Designed to keep you off the ground and protected from uneven or rough surfaces
Air chambers inherently equalize on uneven ground providing a flat sleeping platform with minimal adjustment needed
Air-filled center provides unmatched stability and pairs well with any sleeping pad for additional comfort
Light weight and more packable than traditional cots
Larger perimeter air chambers keeps you comfortably cradled in the center of the cot
High-volume dual port valve allows for efficient and easy inflation, super-fast deflation, and micro air-pressure adjustments to get your comfort just right
8 pouch buckles welded to the cot exterior for attaching accessory mesh cover
Pair easily with any sleeping pad for extra comfort using included single wide accessory cover, made from durable open weave mesh and fitted with 8 adjustable buckle straps for attaching to cot
Fitted with Velcro® patches on the bottom and sides of cot for easy conversion into Double Wide Mode or Double Decker Mode
Includes carry bag, upcycle inflation sack, and 3M repair patches
Individually inflated and tested at our factory ensuring 100% quality performance
Construction + MaterialsLighter and more packable than traditional cots, designed to keep you off the ground and protected from uneven or rough surfaces.
Enjoy consistent stability, comfort, and reduced weight from our proprietary I-Beam technology
Ultimate dependability and weld strength over the roughest terrain with aviation grade TPU lamination technology
Antimicrobial treatment on the interior of the cot prevents microorganism growth and deterioration over time
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What’s in a Name?
Peak 11,810', also known as the "Goosenest", is located within the Zirkel Wilderness north of Steamboat Springs and situated along the Continental Divide. The USGS first placed a bench mark on Peak 11,810' in 1911, and was nicknamed "Goosenest" by Colorado mountaineer Robert Ormes. More recently Big Agnes staff has rechristened the peak "House of the Cobra Chicken".