Lifetime Warranty | Authorised Australian Retailer
If your behind has seen enough sodden logs and prickly ground when you’re out hiking, then the Therm-a-Rest Z-Seat Pad is going to keep you dry, comfortable and debris free when you need to relax on the trail.
Made from extremely lightweight closed-cell foam, and featuring an accordion style design – you can slot the Z seat easily into your pack without it weighing you down. This seat will also lie flat so it’s going not going to curl up on you while you’re trying to use it. If it gets dirty, cleaning is as easy as wiping it down, and it’ll be right as rain again.
Best of all in cold weather, it’ll give you a buffer between your derriere and the icy cold ground to make those frosty early starts around the campsite a bit more bearable. Instead of trying to pick between a muddy patch of ground, or a wet rock – pick up a Therm-a-Rest Z-Seat Pad for comfort when you’re travelling light.
- Compact and lightweight
- Durable closed-cell foam
- Accordion-style design Lies flat and resists curling
- Made in USA
Therm-a-Rest takes pride in offering the highest-quality camp products and we stand behind every piece of gear that we make. We offer a Limited Lifetime Warranty on all products, except electronic devices, which have a 2-year Limited Warranty.
Should your Therm-a-Rest product be found defective under this warranty, Cascade Designs, at its option, will repair or replace it. Mattresses older than two years from the date of manufacture may be replaced with a cosmetically irregular mattress.
Shipping charges to an Authorized Repair Center for a damaged product are not covered and are the responsibility of the customer. Return shipping charges for the repaired product will be covered.
Normal wear, puncture, abrasion, misuse, alteration, abuse or taking apart of the product is not covered. If your Therm-a-Rest product has repairable damage or wear not covered by your warranty, Therm-a-Rest will complete the repairs for a reasonable fee.
Cascade Designs will not be liable for incidental or consequential damages. Some states do not allow this exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations may not apply.