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ALPS Mountaineering
Adventure Chair

3 out of 5 stars
1 Review

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Get a good seat anywhere with the light, sturdy ALPS Mountaineering Sun Bear Chair. Its TechMesh fabric provides breathable comfort and dries quickly in the heat of summer, and its patented legs and powder-coated aluminum frame supports a whopping 400 pounds. All that comfort and strength folds up into a tidy carry bag for an anywhere seat with a view.


  • Durable, lightweight TechMesh breathes for summertime comfort and dries quickly if it rains or you have beverage spillage
  • Sturdy yet lightweight powder-coated aluminum frame has an ample 400-pound capacity, ensuring strong hold and support
  • Patented legs add extra support and stability
  • Comes with a convenient carry bag
  • Item #ALM3093
[fabric] TechMesh, [frame] powder-coated aluminum
Claimed Weight
5.5 lb
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3 out of 5 stars

June 20, 2023

Sturdy but uncomfortable

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

I have been looking for a very long time for a chair that is armless for playing guitar, and had hoped this chair would work out because of how well built it is. I found it to be extremely uncomfortable because of the "X" bands under the seat which reinforces very effectively and could probably support a 225 pound person, but the trade off is not worth it to me.

Cynthia C