TRAVELCHAIR AirTite Cot

TRAVELCHAIR AirTite Cot
TRAVELCHAIR AirTite Cot
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AirTite Cot by TRAVELCHAIR
Instead of a stiff layer of canvas, the TravelChair AirTite Cot keeps campers comfier with an integrated air mattress. It's quick and easy to inflate and deflate, and the legs adjust the cot's height to store camping gear underneath it.

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SKU: TRV001A
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