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Oversized Action Chair

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$34.99

This Oversized Stool Chair is designed for movements sitting during a sports game or recreational activity that requires a different back support and frame angle.

Built for Movements

Oversized Stool Chair

Features

  • Action Ready Frame: The back frame is upright to accommodate body movements such as turning sideways and leaning forward. 
  • Quality Textile & Padding: Fully padded seat area and backrest. A roughly 4mm thick padding offers additional comfort for an extended sitting experience.
  • Built-In Stabilizer: A stabilizing mechanism is added to both back legs to prevent falling backwards and ensure sturdiness on soft ground.
  • Side Organizer: Keep your supplies and tools close by, so you are ready for the game
  • Quick Fold & Easy Carry: A heavy duty carry strap is attached for easy transportation

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Technical specs

FramePowder coated steel
FabricPolyester
Unfolded Dimension
19'' L x 17.7''W x 30.7'' H inch
Folded Dimension33'' L x4'' W x 4'' H inch
Product Weight4.5 lbs
Weight Capacity225 lbs

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

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Linda Wright
Sturdy and comfortable.

Perfect for what we needed.

P
Portal Customer
Folding chair

This chair is easy to pack and offers nice back support. For a 3 leg chair it is very comfortable.

R
Robert Robinson
Great folding chair

This is a great three legged folding chair. It can actually fit diagonally in a large suitcase.

B
BVR
Multiple Uses

I bought this portable tripod chair to use at outdoor ukulele practices. It's light and quick and easy to setup. It's not adjustable and a little short for me, but these are minor shortcomings outweighed by the convenience of having a small, comfortable seat when I play.

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Joseph Bianchi
Good woods chair

Very stable in the woods for 200+ lb guy and not too heavy to carry around.

Stay Wild, Stay Portal!