Why do you need to rest better to play better? Is there a climb you haven’t topped out yet? Or are you planning your kid’s first camping trip? Give us the low-down on your adventure goals with a photo showing us why you need Therm-a-Rest’s help so you can rest better, and you’ll be entered to win a sleeping bag and camping mattress of your choice.
To enter, upload your photo and caption here: http://bit.ly/restbetterplaybetter
Or simply share your photo on Instagram or Twitter with the hashtag #restbetterplaybetter
Need some examples to get you stoked? Here are a few members of the Therm-a-Rest tribe explaining why they need a quality night’s rest in the great outdoors. #RestBetterPlayBetter!
Charlie Lane, Ski Mountaineer and Therm-a-Rest Repair Technician – “Getting enough sleep is overrated. When days are long, mornings often come too quick, so I need to make sure the little amount of sleep I get translates to quality rest. When that weather window comes, and I’m front pointing on 50 degree ice with no rope, I can’t afford to be thinking about anything else.”
Greg Hatten, wooden boat builder and fisherman – “I rest better so I can row better. I like my toes warm and my nose cold when I sleep out on our river adventures. A good night’s rest helps me row with confidence, use good judgement, make decisive moves and have more fun. The perfect combination for me is the Therm-a-Rest Ultralite Cot and Altair winter bag—it’s all I need for a good night’s rest on the river.”
Sara Hageman, Mom and Therm-a-Rest Sales Rep – “I need my daughter Avery to sleep well camping so I can enjoy playing the next day.”
Mike Morin & Amanda Peterson, Access Fund Conservation Team – “We need to sleep well to meet the psych of the local volunteers we work with on climbing area stewardship projects throughout the year, and across the U.S.”
Nick Watson, executive director and co-founder of Veteran’s Expeditions, former Army Ranger and 2014 National Geographic Adventurer of the Year – “I need to rest better outdoors so I can see more of our amazing public lands. And … I need to rest better outdoors so I can catch more fish!”