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Old 09-27-2015, 08:38 PM   #1
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Let's talk chairs

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Our 10 year old standard fold away camp chairs are getting pretty worn out. We are on the lookout for some new comfortable portable chairs. What are your favorites. I'd like to keep the price under 50 bucks per chair. Our boys are 17 so pretty much all adult sized (except maybe my short DW).
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I just got these about 1 month ago from Costco.com and we couldn't be happier see link
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Old 09-27-2015, 09:13 PM   #3
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My favorite camping chair has always been the simple ones with the webbing, but you can't find them any more. I don't like the "umbrella" style, I feel like I'm hunched over all the time. This is my current favorite, has a tall straight back, folds up flat for storage. Found it in stock at my local camping world, looks like there is free shipping right now for online orders

http://m.campingworld.com/shopping/i...it-chair/69705
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Old 09-27-2015, 09:22 PM   #4
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We purchased 2 of these this past spring. They are very comfy. A little bulky but worth it for comfort. No too pricey either.

Ozark Trail Ultra High Back Folding Quad Camp Chair - Walmart.com
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Old 09-28-2015, 05:15 AM   #5
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My loving wife bought me a recliner from Camping World. Real comfortable.
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We have two favorites that we carry with us. First is the Coleman Deck Chair with Side Table. It's light, comfortable, and goes up and down in a flash.

http://www.amazon.com/Coleman-Portab...ith+side+table

The 2nd is a set of rocking chairs that we found at Sam's Club. They're surprisingly comfortable albeit a little heavier. Neighboring campers who've sat in them just loved how comfortable they are.

Portable Rocking Chair - Red - Sam's Club
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Old 09-28-2015, 05:55 AM   #7
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The Burlwood recliner sure looks good. But ouch.. pricy.. It'd be $400.00 for us.. I like the Ozark one too.. I saw those the other day when I did a little online looking...
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We have two favorites that we carry with us. First is the Coleman Deck Chair with Side Table. It's light, comfortable, and goes up and down in a flash.

Amazon.com: Coleman Portable Deck Chair with Side Table
We have 4 of these and as Quahog said, comfy and easy to move and store.
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My wife and I went to Menards the other weekend and found these on sale for $49.00 each. These are the XL. They have a locking lever on each side to lock the chair in your favorite position.

https://www.menards.com/main/outdoor...89473905552223

They also have a L size for $39.00

https://www.menards.com/main/outdoor...89473905552223
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Tailgate Gear chairs from Dick's. Have had them now for about 8-9 years and still going strong!
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Still have the Costco chairs, with the side table, maybe 15yrs. now. Not a problem setting up, ( Except my friend Donna) still have to show her.
Fit in the storage great. ( Everything has it place in the storage and don't you dare change it, it through everything off)
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Still have the Costco chairs, with the side table, maybe 15yrs. now. Not a problem setting up, ( Except my friend Donna) still have to show her.
Fit in the storage great. ( Everything has it place in the storage and don't you dare change it, it through everything off)
I know. It's funny a little change messes up the entire storage an packing thing..
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I hate the regular sling type folding chairs as they kill my back and you sink down in them so it feels like you re slumping forward. I bought one of these from Walmart this summer and have been thrilled with it so far. It doesn't hurt my back at all and the chair is slightly leaned back.

Coleman Ultimate Comfort Sling Chair, Gray - Walmart.com
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