When you're used to camping in comfort, the Big Six Camp Chair is your jam. Designed with deluxe chillin' in mind, the Big Six has a tall back, wide seat, and sits an accessible 20" off the ground. Quick and easy to set up with a shock-cord pole set, and packable enough for stashing in your truck, trunk, or travel bag for wherever you're going to need it. Relax in comfort at camp, on a scenic overlook, in your backyard or wherever life takes you Extra height and width for ultimate comfort on the go Fully shock-corded architecture for simple set up and break down Color-coded frame for easy set up Lightweight and compact size makes it perfect for base camp living Patented hub-less frame construction for smaller pack size Enhanced comfort through pre-bent poles that create a wider, more stable seat Stuff sack included
For minimalist packers who want to roll extra light, the Skyline UL Stool offers a comfy seat wherever you go. It's simple and quick to set up and easy to fit in your bag or pack. This one-pound(ish) stool is big on the comfort that you'll really appreciate when you're not sitting in the dirt.
$129.95 - $149.95
The most comfortable 2lb. chair out there, our Mica Basin Camp Chair has a supportive seat and backrest, durable nylon Robic fabric, and sits an easy-to-get-into 16" off the ground. The perfect packable chair to bring along to any camp, concert, picnic, or road-trip adventure. Lightweight compact backpacking chair Fully shock-corded architecture for simple set up and break down Color-coded frame for easy set up Patented hub-less frame construction for smaller pack size Enhanced comfort through pre-bent poles that create a wider, more stable seat Stuff sack included
"I just love getting to camp after a long day hiking with a heavy pack and sitting on the cold, hard ground or a rock," -said no one ever. With a weight of just over 1lb., there's no reason you shouldn't have a comfy, four-legged chair to kick back and relax in. The Skyline UL Chair packs small, assembles quickly, and gives you the comfort you need to enjoy the backcountry spot you worked so hard to get to.
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