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San Angelo Portable Chair

San Angelo Portable Chair - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

Lightweight and ultra-strong with its box frame construction, the San Angelo™ Portable Chair is perfect for outdoor activities like hunting, sporting events and backyard parties, and keeps you sturdy on uneven or soft terrain. Featuring premium and durable polyester fabric, backpack style carry straps, a beverage holder and zippered under-seat storage pocket, this versatile stool has a variety of outdoor uses.

  • Lightweight and ultra-strong u-bend box frame construction
  • For hunting or outdoor use on soft/uneven surfaces
  • Premium Sherbrooke™ polyester fabric
  • Backpack carry straps
  • Zippered under-seat storage pocket
  • 13" x 13" seat, 31" H
  • Weight capacity: 250 lbs.
  • Beverage holder
  • Open size: 30.5" x 18.5" x 12.5"
  • Folded size: 23" x 17.75" x 3"
  • Unit weight: 6.2 lbs.
  • San Angelo
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 11062723

Customer Reviews:

San Angelo Portable Chair 4 5 2 2
Light weight light weight easy to carry could use a little more padding July 11, 2012
well built but too heavy I bought this chair to replace a similar one which I had lost during a hunting trip. I tried using it but didn't remember it being so heavy. I finally found the original chair and realized that is MUCH lighter than this one, since it is made of steel and not aluminum. When hunting in the mountains one is loaded down with gear and every ounce counts. I will put this chair up for sale on [@] and revert to my very light, aluminum chair. December 13, 2011
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