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Chairs for the great outdoors
Nemo Stargaze Recliner Luxury
The first-ever reclining camp chair is so comfortable you might want it in your living room. “More like a mini-hammock than a chair,” it has a free-swinging seat and a headrest that prevents neck strain while stargazing.
Strongback Low-Gravity Beach Chair
With its cushioned lumbar support and padded armrests, this sturdy low-slung chair is ideal for the beach, a boat deck, or outdoor concerts. It packs into a small bag with shoulder straps for hands-free carrying.
Kelty Low-Love Mesh Chair
“Sitting around the campfire should be romantic,” which is why every camping couple needs a portable love seat. Kelty’s has a cup holder on each arm and a mesh back to let in a cooling breeze. It’s great for families with kids, too.
Source: The Boston Globe
Crazy Creek Hex 2.0 PowerLounger
Sometimes you need only a better way to sit on the ground, and a seat light enough to take anywhere. Ideal for backpackers, the 30-ounce PowerLounger packs into a compact roll, supports up to 250 pounds, and can double as a sleeping pad.
GCI Big Comfort Stadium Chair
GCI’s lightweight foldable seat clamps to a picnic table bench or stadium bleacher to provide comfort and back support where both are in scarce supply. A similar chair without arms is also available.
Source: GearPatrol.com ■