Therm-a-Rest® TRēO™ Chair Offers Unparalleled Comfort in a Small, Compact Package

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Therm-a-Rest brings fun and decadence to weekend warriors’ outdoor adventures with the release of a top of the line, USA-made camp chair. The TRēO Chair is more than just sharp looks—it features big chair comfort in a small, compact case sized to fit in the smallest of vehicles.

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It packs completely into its own tripod base, making it quick to assemble and dissemble—and small enough that car campers can store it in their vehicles full time for easy access. At 10 in. x 4 in., the folded patent-pending TRēO Chair takes up less room than a 2L bottle. Assembled, the three-legged chair expands to 22 in. x 16 in., providing outdoor enthusiasts with stable comfort.

“The smaller chairs get, the more difficult and awkward they are to use. The TRēO Chair changes that experience, ” said Doug Jacot, vice president of Therm-a-Rest. “We started with a 13” seat height to provide that big chair feel while keeping the packed size among the smallest available.”

Rated for up to 250 lbs., the TRēO Chair’s strong, composite tripod base ensures no-tip stability while the chair’s durable 6000-series aluminum poles keep users confident of the durability.

Therm-a-Rest’s new TRēO Chair will debut at Outdoor Retailer Summer Market in August 2014 and will be available in stores starting January 2015.

Therm-a-Rest TRēO™ Chairs are Made in the USA of US and Imported Materials.

About Therm-a-Rest®
Seattle-based Therm-a-Rest® has been the market leader in premium outdoor comfort since its invention of the world’s first self-inflating mattress in 1972. A commitment to providing inventive, long-lasting and reliable products has driven the expansion of the line into closed-cell foam mattresses, air mattresses, sleeping bags, blankets and seating solutions that reinvent the way people sleep and relax outside. All Therm-a-Rest mattresses are made in the Seattle, WA and Cork, Ireland manufacturing facilities. For more information, visit www.thermarest.com.

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