425 lbs. Capacity
Fabric Options: Green or Steel Blue 600D Polyester
Dimensions: 24" wide x 22" deep x 36" high
Weight: 10.5 lbs.
Seat Height: 17"
Fabic - Seat: 19" wide x 18" deep
Frame - Seat: 19" wide x 22" deep
Back Height: 36"
Total Width: 24"
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I purchased two of the Camp Chairs late this summer. I am very pleased with the construction and quality of the product. They are extremely comfortable and look like they may out last any of the folding camp chairs I have had before. I am looking forward to more products built with the same quality and value from Alps Mountaineering.
- Bill R.
Just wanted to cyber a note to say... THANK YOU...! And I am truly Impressed with your Camp Chair... I recently discovered your camp chair through AAFES (retired USAF) and as they appeared sturdy and comfortable... I ordered several of them... You impressed me with your shipping and getting them here so quickly... And they were as advertised, even better...!!! Solid and Comfortable... Great Chairs...
- N.G. 'Luke' L.
We operate an amphitheater at our botanical garden and have a VIP section for which we are looking for some nice new chairs. I saw a camp chair on your site that looks pretty nice -- has a higher weight capacity, which is a great given that we may have some heavier patrons that we'd want to accomodate. We are looking for something that's not super wide so that we can fit a lot of chairs into the given space efficiently. We want something that is comfortable as people will be sitting through an entire concert. They need to be heavy duty as these will be used regularly for concerts so we want them to hold up. And a cup holder would be a great feature given that we have beverage sales.
- Nancy F
My latest fold-up 'leisure chair' once again broke, and I finally decided I wanted something sturdy. This chair is it. My hesitation on buying it was that I wasn't sure how comfortable it would be. Turns out the back actually has a slight angle to it (I didn't notice it in the picture at first) and this makes it much more comfortable than expected. You can lean back in it much the same way you can with one of the 'hammock' style fold up chairs. Also, the supports that hold up the upper back section of the chair are designed to slip out so you can fold the back onto the seat, then collapse the chair so it reduces the size of the folded up chair - a clever design. Clearly it's a very well made chair and very sturdy, due to the different fold out design. I camp a lot with my young kids and they can pile on my lap on this chair without fear of it breaking or tipping over. It also has a beverage holder on the side that hangs down from the seat, with a velcro strap that goes around the front chair leg -- works fine. Overall I'm very happy with this chair.
- D. Bergman
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We bought two of these after searching through many Amazon reviews and trying chairs at your local sporting goods store. While they are more expensive than other folding chairs, they are very durable and worth the extra money. They are fairly lightweight, very comfortable, surely NOT flimsy, and of a good size (I am 6'1" tall). We use these for camping, baseball games, and just sitting out front talking with neighbors.
Being an engineer, I can't help but look at things and evaluate durability, sturdiness, etc. So when I see a chair made of strong aluminum tubes with no plastic parts that take stress, I figure the chair should last. Especially when comparing them to folding chairs with the thin tubes in an X-pattern with plastic connectors and feet - they take too much stress and will crack/fail. How does the saying go...you get what you pay for! And older folks appreciate the sturdiness, especially if you need to push off the arms to stand.
I intend to buy more so everyone in the family has one. The arm rest is foam (albeit comfortable), so be careful that it doesn't split/peel. But still a five star product when compared to the collapsable chairs with plastic parts.
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I got sick of chairs that cut into the backs of my legs. Finally a chair that you can sit in for long periods of time. And you can actually get back out of this chair, even with bad knees. I love it.
- Kirk W.
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