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ALPS Mountaineering Spirit Chair

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sale $37.46 Original price:$49.95
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Why We Like The Spirit Chair

Logging major elevation is a physical and soulful journey. Once back at camp, we ease into the Spirit Chair, taking the load off our legs. The occasional breeze caresses our sweat-soaked back through the mesh seat as we sip on our post-trek bevvie and bask in our enlightenment.

  • Portable chair made for camping trips and backyard hangs
  • Ripstop fabric with rugged mesh for durability and ventilation
  • Sturdy steel frame gives reliable support and increases longevity
  • Carry bag included for easy stowing and transporting
  • Item #ALMZ09E

Material
[seat] 420D polyester honeycomb ripstop, nylon mesh [frame] steel
Seat Height
low-to-ground (13.5in)
Armrests
none
Totable
yes
Weight Limit
257lb
Dimensions
[open] 25 x 23 x 26.5in [carry bag] 6 x 4 x 17.5in
Claimed Weight
4lb 6oz
Activity
camping, casual
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

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What do you think about this product?

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>Rating: 5

LOVE THE CHAIR

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size
Height
6` 0"
Weight
175 lbs

I was nervous to purchase with the 1 star review below, but I got the chair and it took seconds to set up! I have no idea how it took them an hour to try and set up a chair. It's compact, its comfortable, and sooooo cheap. Will the more expensive chairs last longer? maybe- but I just need a comfy car camping chair to sit back on and enjoy a beer. This does the trick. If you want a good bang for you buck, go with the chair. I got orange and love it. Probably buying another. Btw: I'm 6'0, 180 and very comfortable.

>Rating: 1

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........" 😁

There are pull straps that pop them right into place. First time assembling, needs just a bit of a tug, but after we had no problems.

I had the same problem as Silver L. I could not get the fabric on the frame to save my life. Will be returning.