Sunday, February 19, 2012

Slumberjack Tough Cot: Gearing Up for Outdoor Family Adventures

One of the activities that we love to do outdoors is camp. We all love to go camping and explore our surroundings while we are there. One of the downsides of camping is the hard ground. On our bed we use memory foam, so when we go camping the hard ground can be quite uncomfortable. It used to not always be that way, but it seems as the years go on, our backs can not handle the hard ground as easily as we once could. My husband seems to have the hardest time with sleeping on the ground. After a few nights of camping, he has a hard time walking and getting around. I know that this year for our camping adventures with the kids, things will be so much easier for my husband because I was sent a Slumberjack Tough Cot to review. My husband is a big man and when it comes to cots, we have had a hard time finding one that he can fit on and sleep on comfortably. The Tough Cot is perfect. It is a very tough and durable cot that can hold up to 350 lbs and is also 32x82x19 inches. This cot weighs 27lbs and is made from no squeak steel so it can live up to its name of being the Tough Cot! I love how easy this cot can be put up and taken down, so my husband can easily use it when we have backyard camp outs with the kids. Like I said, this cot is perfect for my husband who is a big and tall man. He can camp comfortably and enjoy our camping trips more with out having the back pain that comes with sleeping on the hard ground. So when you are gearing up for the upcoming outdoor family adventures that come with the warmer weather, check out the cots over at Slumberjack so you and your family can sleep better and enjoy the outdoors with out the annoying back pain that can come with sleeping on the hard ground!!!

This was not a paid post and honest/original opinions were used and they are my own. Thank you to the company and/or pr agency who supplied the product for review.

1 comments:

Laura Lane said...

This looks sturdy like the Red Cross cots we used after the Joplin tornado.