Ultimate Survival Technologies SlothSak Lounger

Ultimate Survival Technologies SlothSak Lounger
Ultimate Survival Technologies SlothSak Lounger
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SlothSak Lounger by Ultimate Survival Technologies
Single and ready to mingle, the Ultimate Survival Technologies SlothSak Lounger is your one-way ticket to having cozier lounge digs than just about anybody else within your fun zone. The SlothSak is packable enough to lug out to the campsite, but it's also extremely easy to inflate, so weather you're seconds from the car, or in the middle of the wilderness, you can have it fully inflated in under a minute. A tie-down is included to prevent the sack from being carried away by the wind, and a large buckle with reinforced stitching keeps the air locked in and the SlothSak bouncing back again and again.

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