The Therm-a-Rest Z Lite Sol Foam Camping mattress with reflective heat technology is a warmer spin on the classic Z Lite sleeping pad, trusted choice of campers, backpackers, and mountaineers.
The Sol pad has all the features of the original, in addition to a reflective ThermaCapture coating that reflects radiant heat back on the body, increasing overall warmth of the pad by 20 percent.
Folding accordion-style construction is compact and easily packable for base camp or transporting into the backcountry .
Available in two sizes: Small measures 51 x 20 inches (20 x 4 x 5.
For generations, outdoor enthusiasts have used the compact, durable, and lightweight closed-cell foam mattress for sleeping on the ground.
The Thermarest Z Lite Sol Foam Sleeping Pad can be used by minimalists as a stand-alone pad, or doubled up with another ground pad or air mattress for an exceptionally good night’s sleep.
5 inches, folded) and weighs 10 ounces; Regular measures 72 x 20 inches (20 x 5 x 5.
Softer on the top for comfort, and denser on the bottom for insulation, durability, and protection from rocks and dirt, the proprietary foam also features heat-trapping dimples that capture heat for a cozy night’s sleep.
Sol’s warships paid the ultimate price for threatening the Haraken and New Terran worlds.
What’s Alex’s grand plan? He hasn’t a clue, but his people believe in him and hope he will find a way to protect them.
”The Harakens work to meld Idona’s militia, stationers, and rebels into the Haraken’s view of the world, one based on peace, purpose, and equality.
In the exciting conclusion to Haraken, the series’ previous book, Sol is the story of a clash of cultures and ideals as Earthers struggle to find a way toward a successful new future.
Alex explains his unorthodox plan when he says, “The UE tribunes will succumb when we overpower them with prosperity.
The Tribunal is at odds over the Harakens’ interference in their system, forcing the rifts in the UE’s political structure to widen into chasms.
Now, Haraken President Alex Racine and his Méridien partner, Renée de Guirnon, are engaged in a desperate gamble to stop a war between their worlds and United Earth’s (UE) massive forces before it starts.
Alex does have powerful assets: the Haraken space fleet; the genius SADEs, mobile Haraken digital intelligences; and the defected UE scientists, who are providing a wealth of intelligence about their home world.
Arriving at Sol, Alex discovers the perfect opportunity to make his statement to the UE Supreme Tribunal in the form of the aging Idona Station, which has fallen into disrepair as UE militia and rebels battle for control.
The basis for the cult-classic film The Warriors chronicles one New York City gang’s nocturnal journey through the seedy, dangerous subways and city streets of the 1960s.
The crowd of miscreants turns violent after a prominent gang leader is killed and chaos prevails over the attempt at order.
The police are prowling the city in search of anyone involved in the mayhem.
This edition includes a new introduction by the author.
Every gang in the city meets on a sweltering July 4 night in a Bronx park for a peace rally.
The Warriors follows the Dominators making their way back to their home territory without being killed.
An exhilarating novel that examines New York City teenagers, left behind by society, who form identity and personal strength through their affiliation with their “family,” The Warriors weaves together social commentary with ancient legends for a classic coming-of-age tale.
Gabriel Du Pré is back in action, coming to the aid of a whistleblower on the run, in this all-new novel in a “wonderfully eclectic and enjoyable series” (Booklist).
Poe’s testimony threatens to expose the military contractor that led the prison’s brutal interrogation program.
When a hunted military whistleblower and his family need someplace to hide and someone to trust, Toussaint, Montana, is the place, and Gabriel Du Pré the man.
As a guard at a Kabul prison, Hoyt Poe witnessed his fellow soldiers abusing the Afghan inmates.
Now, Temple Security’s billionaire founder, Lloyd Cutler, wants him dead.
Solus is the 15th book in the Montana Mysteries Featuring Gabriel Du Pré, but you may enjoy reading the series in any order.
The Métis Indian former cattle inspector and sometimes deputy is happy to offer protection, even though he’s already got his hands full with an ailing granddaughter, a meddling medicine man, and a Kazakh eagle hunter prowling the hills above town.
But how long can the fugitive and his family lay low before Cutler’s mercenaries come to Du Pré’s hometown looking for trouble? Packed with pulse-pounding suspense, wry humor, and the romance of small-town Montana, Solus continues the irresistible adventures of the one of a kind Gabriel Du Pré, “a character of legendary proportions” (New York Times–bestselling author Ridley Pearson).