Intel: Packed size – 12”x4”; weight – 2 lb. 14 oz.; load capacity – 300 lbs.; price – $119.95: (www.thermarest.com)
Stout and comfortable. I like the bombproof shell container the chair fits inside – well protected and easy to stow. It elevates some 13” off the ground for easy exits, has stout tubing and solid, weight-bearing sockets for the frame to fit into and support up to 300 lbs. Also comes with a side pocket for your reading book or other nick-knacks. Of all the chairs I tested, this one felt the most comfortable and supportive to my back. Heavier overall weight was compensated for by the compact, easy to pack smooth cylinder container (about the size of a quart water bottle).
A sturdy and comfortable camp chair that is cleverly packable.
A sturdy canoe seat for a relaxing paddle.
Five comfortable camp chairs worth sitting in.
The Helinox “Chair Zero” packs small but feels sturdy, and still holds up to 200lbs.
The Quadra is comfy and supports up to 300 lbs, while still being easy to pack.
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