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Burton Camp Chair


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    3 Reviews


    Sitting pretty doesn't even begin to cover it.

    With a 320lb rating, even Uncle Larry won't be able to turn your new Burton Camp Chair into a mangled mess. Well, at least not as quickly as the last few chairs. Aluminum poles help to keep this compact folding chair lightweight, making it ideal for bringing with you on all types of excursions. An included storage sack makes transport almost too easy.

    • Polyester fabric
    • Aluminum poles
    • Collapsible
    • Included storage/transport sack
    • Item #BUR00M3

    Tech Specs

    [fabric] 600D polyester, [poles] aluminum
    yes, included storage sack
    Weight Limit
    320 lbs
    [assembled] 20 x 20 x 25 in, [packed] 14 x 4 x 5 in
    Claimed Weight
    1 lb 14.4 oz
    Recommended Use
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    No need to sacrifice comfort or style

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Just because your backpacking doesn't mean you have to sacrifice comfort and style!

    I debated taking this chair on a recent backpacking trip because my pack was already feeling a bit heavy. As a pretty minimalist hiker, this was my first time taking a chair with me, now I'd be willing to sacrifice some food and clothes to always have it!

    Set-up for this chair is foolproof. Basically you take it out of the bag and it whips itself together. It packs really small and weighs basically nothing. The mesh material keeps it breathable to sit in after a long hiking day and allowed it to dry quickly when the rain came in.

    I appreciate how it is lifted off the ground and was able to use it for more than just sitting. In fact, it was the only lifted surface I had the whole time, making it multi-functional for putting clothes, dishes, food, and everything else on to keep the red dirt and ants off.

    At the end of a long hiking day, it's nice to kick your feet up. If you're in the market for a camp chair, you mine as well get one that has a rad pattern. Keep that campsite stylin'!