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This is by far the most comfortable camp chair I have used. They are durable and awesome. Don't waste your time with cheap imitations, just get the Crazy Creek.
This piece is essential to any camping trip. Though you're obviously not bringing it along for a lightweight backpacking trip, it's ideal for canoe camping and the like. These are perfect for around the campfire, and the bottom material is bomber. Being able to get off your feet after a long day in the mountains or valleys is priceless, and it's all thanks to these beautiful Crazy Creeks.
We've only had to replace one of these chairs in the past 15 years and that was because a dog ate it. They last forever. We've taken them everywhere. Backpacking, car camping, bleacher seating and boating. We did a 2 week dive trip in the Pacific and these were great a) they packed in our luggage, b) we were the only ones on the dive boat with back support as we were bouncing over the waves, c) even after getting soaked in salt water and gasoline, these baby's have lasted the test of time.
i just had to get me one of these after i saw how supportive they are. they make your back not get sore at all. usually after a long wrestling tournament all i wanna do is drop like a fly, but after using this amazing technologically advanced backrest, i was ready to wrestle a polar bear into submission.
I'm teach Kindergarten to 5th grade music, and we normally sit in a circle on the floor during class. I was wondering if these chairs would work as comfortable support for the kids' backs, but could also be quickly put away when we got up to do movement activities. Also, would they be durable enough to stand up to being used for five 50 minute classes of children each day?
These chairs are great for back support, and, if you have the funds to get one for every student would for sure hold up to the serious abuse kids can dish out. They are also super easy to fold up and stow away, I'm picturing a long hook to hang them from their carrier handles.
I'm a teacher, too, and that sounds like a good idea EXCEPT.... these chairs would be very "fun" for the kids. When you sit down they lean back a bit and you can easily tilt your whole body back to rest just on your butt. I can totally picture kids rocking back and forth in these things, some falling backwards, possibly getting hurt. I feel like it would be more of a distraction for them than a comfort. And I think the kindergarten kids would be a bit too small to fit in the chair properly.
Excellent idea, though! Let me know if it works! :)
I bought this Crazy Creek original Chair as a Gift for my mother, and She absolutely loves It, She watches a lot of High School Football Games and Wrestling Matches and her back just killed after a season on metal benches, so I got her some of these and her back I just great now!, I always like to get hugs from a Happy Mom!
Will the back of this chair support your weight if you are lounging on the lawn with a cool one in your hand watching a great outdoor concert? Or does it require the support of bleachers or some such to hold you up?
You can sit on just about anything with this, no extra support required.
This chair rocks!
A must have for sleep-a-way camp!
Our 10 year old carries this everywhere.
i got these for my mom, and she loves them for my lil brother's wrestling and track meets.
I love how light and easy to carry this chair is. Super comfortable to sit on, and really adjustable. A good sleeping pad in a pinch too. I think the pockets on the back are pretty worthless, but I just cut em off.
This chair is super durable and can make anywhere seem like your living room. I have been on trips where other people had this chair and I didn't. Needless to say, they were all comfortable and I was sitting on a rock. It is adjustable to fit your needs. Perfect for front porch lounging or serious smores around the campfire.
These chairs are great for when you don't have a lot of room in your car, but you want to bring a chair camping. The adjustable straps allows you to sit up straight or recline, or even lay out flat and use it as a pad. The pocket in the back holds sunscreen and other essentials easily. They work great at the beach and summer concerts on the lawn, too.
This is a must-have after a long day of hiking, when you just need to rest those aching muscles. Its perfect for sitting in front of the campfire or playing cards in your tent. You can adjust its recline or lay it out flat to double as a sleeping mat. Its versatile and lightweight so you can take it with you anywhere.