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ALPS Mountaineering - Spirit Chair

ALPS Mountaineering Spirit Chair

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$34.99 Original price:$49.95
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    Tech Specs

    Material:
    420D polyester honeycomb ripstop [frame] steel [center fabric] nylon mesh
    Weight Limit:
    257lb
    Dimensions:
    25 x 23 x 26.5in [carry bag] 6 x 4 x 17.5in
    Claimed Weight:
    4lb 6oz
    Recommended Use:
    camping, casual
    Manufacturer Warranty:
    lifetime

    Spirit Chair

    After a soulful yet physical hike, take a load off back at camp with the Spirit Chair from Alps Mountaineering. This sturdy, foldable chair packs small so you can fit it in packed car trunks without a problem. A durable steel frame and 420D fabrics make for a strong chair that will stand (or sit) through the tests of time.

    • Sturdy folding chair made for campgrounds and backyards
    • Durable steel frame folds small for easy camping
    • 420D ripstop fabric with mesh center for comfy ventilation
    • Carry bag included for easy transportation

    Wanted to love these chairs but......

      I have to return them. They are a great idea, and should take only minutes to set up. But after spending over an hour trying to get the covers to fit on the frames, I gave up. The cover on each one was just too small for the frame. I understand that the cover needs to be tight to keep the frame together, but I was unable to ever get more than two of the four corners to fit at one time, and believe me, I tried. I also asked someone a good bit stronger than me to try, but that didn't work. Even two of us trying together had no luck. Makes me wonder if anyone at Backcountry has actually assembled these or what kind of quality control exists.

      WOW! As I was reading this review, I swear I could hear Lisa (Mrs Douglass) from the '60's sitcom Green Acres, singing "Goodbye city life........" 😁