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Comfortable Camp Chair

I am in need of a outdoor, comfortable chair. I spend a lot of time by the camp fire and shuffle between nylon chairs, wooden chairs, the porch floor, etc. and never am able to find a nice place to park myself. Anyone have any suggestions for comfortable outdoor chairs that would be good around the fire ring?



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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 07-22-2014, 06:58 PM
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Try Lowes they have selection, even Adirondack chairs.....
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Re: Comfortable Camp Chair

The Amish make a wooden glider that is really nice seen it in Brookville and near cooks forest was a little expensive for me to leave around the fire pit but still nice.

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Re: Comfortable Camp Chair

Cabela's Zero Gravity Padded Lounger. My wife and I each have one and we love them. The only problem is staying awake when you recline.
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Re: Comfortable Camp Chair

I'll also add this: My wife and I have extreme back problems, and neither one of us is comfortable in Adirondack chairs. And they offer no adjustment
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Cabela's Zero Gravity Padded Lounger. My wife and I each have one and we love them. The only problem is staying awake when you recline.
That is my wife's favorite chair. I have to drag it with us when we go camping. It doesn't even ride in the bed of my truck, it gets the back seat!
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Re: Comfortable Camp Chair

Kijaro beach chair is awesome and it's close to the ground or Kijaro sling chair.
You can buy them at Dick's or online
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http://t.basspro.com/Bass-Pro-Shops-Big-...12120506304657/

A little expensive, great for big guys and it's not to bag to haul around with you where ever you go.
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For me, any chair within 10 feet of a woodstove after hunting all day long!
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post #10 of 13 (permalink) Old 07-30-2014, 02:50 PM
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Re: Comfortable Camp Chair

I've often times found myself sliding off those nylon chairs and ending up on the porch floor too. My wife says it's the booze but I was just looking for comfort???
I don't drink anymore but I do remember those days. I would suggest a nice sturdy outdoor lounge chair with removable cushions that you can store in the camp when not in use. They will put you to sleep out there. Sometimes you can find them in garage sales.

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