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By traveling man
#1340129
I wanted to tell all about the greatest camp chair I have found. The Kermit chair, it's made in a small company outside Nashville, TN. A bit pricey but you get what you pay for it has a five-year warranty, comfortable, and very durable, What I like about the chair is that it packs small, has traditional hardware (no rivets), looks good. The Kermit Chair is a light weight chair with the comfort not found in other chairs. It packs to 22" X 4 X 6. Made from hardwood, aluminum, and stainless steel. The cloth is 1000 denier, and comes with a carrying bag. http://www.kermitchair.com/index.html
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By traveling man
#1340142
It does take a few minutes to set it up the first few times you do it, but I think it takes a minute or so now. The big plus for me is that it packs really small. My original camp chair was too big to fit into my OK Trident.
By redneckmorton
#1340320
Thanks for the heads up. I might have to look more into that for our next float trip. Kinda hard to get the bigger chairs to pack down right in a yak.

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