Escape into camping comfort.

You could strap your recliner chair onto the roof of your car for your next camping trip, or you could just pack up the Alps Mountaineering Escape Chair, which is wayyyy smaller and has a footrest just like the chair in your living room. It also comes with adjustable armrests, a cupholder, and a steel frame that can support up to 225lbs.

  • 600D polyester fabric with steel frame
  • Adjustable armrests and footrest
  • Holds up to 225lbs
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

long time coming

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I should have purchased this chair a year ago. after a long ride or hike this is the perfect chair to hang out and drink a beer in.

perfect

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I purchased a couple of these. They are so comfortable and will be perfect for our camping trips. So far we are enjoying them on our porch. Guest fight over them when we have company so I should of purchased more! Foot rest is adjustable to whatever height you desire. Perfect chair!

Bought 3 to watch the solar eclipse

    Sturdy, comfortable for 3 of us ranging from 5'7" to 6' and 125-200Lb. Fairly lightweight and easy to carry. I made a perfect choice!

    Talk of the campsite

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Want to be incredibly comfortable around the campfire? This chair is awesome ! Careful, if you don't quack quack I guarantee someone will take your seat. I did find this chair to be large and little heavy, but that's what makes it perfect for car camping.

    Comfy

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Very comfortable once you are sitting in it. Takes a little athleticism to get into it compared to a regular chair. Its slightly heavier than a regular chair of course.... but I could see this being a regular companion on any car camping trips. Definitely built to last. The elves get away chair is a little simpler and lighter and almost as comfortable. It does not have a foot rest and fits quite a bit lower to the ground.... pimp style. I would deathly go that route for Little League games and things like that.