Larry Kirschner Please Read - Re: OWNER REVIEW - Therm-a-Rest Trekker Chair 20
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- View SourceEDIT: OWNER REVIEW - Therm-a-Rest Trekker Chair 20
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***City, State, Country: Columbus, OH USA
EDIT: need to spell out Ohio
***Manufacturer: Therm-A-Rest (www.thermarest.com)
***MSRP: US$29.95 (US$34.95 for the 25 inch (64 cm) version)
EDIT: we don't need the MSRP of the 25" model
***Dimensions: 20 x 42 in (51 x 107 cm)
EDIT: verified demensions?
***The Therm-a-Rest Trekker Chair is a sleeve that enables you to
convert a 20
in (51 cm) wide sleeping pad into a camp chair. It has a pocket on
ends and an array of straps that, when connected, give you a nice
for your back.
EDIT: you need to take all of the "you"s out of your review as it is
projecting. The review must be in the first person. So it allows "me"
to convert a pad into a chair
***(the Men's large pad is 25 inch (64 cm) wide, and will require the
large version of the Trekker Chair).
EDIT: again this is not wanted as you are reviewing the 20"
EDIT: can you give us some field data? Where it was used, what kind
of weather, surfaces used on, etc?