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Most comfortable cot pad
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Contributors to this thread:
Chainsaw 11-Oct-17
Coyote 65 11-Oct-17
one-eye 11-Oct-17
Spike Bull 13-Oct-17
Coyote 65 13-Oct-17
AZOnecam 14-Oct-17
Rhody 14-Oct-17
From: Chainsaw
11-Oct-17
What is everyone's opinion? I will be camping in an enclosed trailer so weight is not a problem. Thanks in advance!

From: Coyote 65
11-Oct-17
air mattress.

Terry

From: one-eye
11-Oct-17
I bought a 2" memory foam mattress topper for a double-sized bed, cut it in half, and stacked it. My daughter sewed a cover for it. It works great in above-freezing weather, but when it approaches freezing it turns into a brick.

13-Oct-17
Coyote 65 is right. A regular old air mattress but be sure to lay out a good sleeping bag on it underneath the bag you are sleeping in because the air inside that mattress has nothing to warm it up except the body heat you are trying to retain!

From: Coyote 65
13-Oct-17
Spent many many nights in a GP Medium on a cot. Ear plugs to defeat the snorers, a small piece of carpet to keep your feet from getting dirty while you put your boots on and an air mattress to keep your back from killing you in the AM.

Terry

From: AZOnecam
14-Oct-17
This: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000P6DJ8O/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o03_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

And this: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000P6BGYI/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o03_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1

From: Rhody
14-Oct-17
I went down to a foam store and had him cut a man sized piece of upholstery foam firm. I'm 6'6" and hate air mattress. When it gets cold they compress in the middle of the night. Especially at altitude 8k+. For years out of the back of my truck 4'x7'x4". Wrapped a queen size sheet around it. I'm about to replace the one in my Lance camper.

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