Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer
Likes: Light Weight and compact! Amazingly comfortable! Feels strong and well made, a very cool design.
– Rochester MN
Likes: simply amazing. comfortable, light weight, easy to setup. i think this is the best chair of its kind. I weigh 230 lbs and had no issue with this interns of width or comfort.
– Charlotte NC
Likes: a bit heavier then the chair i had before but really comfortable. First time using it i fell asleep.
Dislikes: A little heavy for backpacking at nearly 2 pounds.
– San Diego CA
Likes: Light enough to consider bringing backpacking. Nice and comfy. Sits low to the ground, but not too low. Black/blue is a nice high tech looking color combination. Takes no time to assemble and the instructions printed in the carry bag are not required - simple set-up. Bag has a lashing strap, you might want lash to the outside of your pack, so you can set it up during a lunch stop (it is that easy/comfortable). Definitely beats a rock!
– Pittsburgh PA
Likes: very sturdy, but incredibly light.
Dislikes: nothing negative to say at this point.
– Moses Lake WA
Likes: Lightweight and sturdy. Making me serious think I can actually take a chair on a backpacking trip. Reinforced nicely at chair attachments points.
– Jefferson SC
Likes: This chair is great. It is light and compact. I weigh 225 lbs and it holds me without any problems. Very comfortable for a small portable chair. Really glad I made this purchase.
Dislikes: I liked everything about this chair.
– San Diego CA
Likes: Comfortable, super easy to put together, and folds up small. So far have only car camped with it but it's small enough that I'll give it a try on my next backpacking trip.
Dislikes: I weigh around 205 lbs and the chair feels a little fragile underneath me. But until it breaks I have to give it the benefit of the doubt. It may be way stronger than it looks and feels!
– Blacklick OH
Likes: I think of this chair as technical due to it's construction, small size and low weight (2 pounds). I bought this as an alternative to the Alite Monarch chair or the Kermit chair for motorcycle touring/camping, but this chair will get used for backpacking as well. Four legs on the ground compared to two for Monarch and more than 13 inches off the ground which is better than the Kermit chair and pactks smaller and weighs less.
Dislikes: Wish I would've ordered two of them!
– Coos Bay OR
Likes: Very light and compact a true take anywhere chair. Easy and quick to assemble. The nylon seating portion of the chair is highly reinforced where the poles go in. The chair feels very stable and is comfortable for eating a meal in. At first it felt like the chair was pushing me a little forward but sitting a little higher up in the chair fixed that. You can lean back easily and the chair has no problem handling it.
Dislikes: The seating shape could be a little more of a bucket,just my preference, others who sat in it were ok with the shape.