Helinox Beach Chair

Helinox Beach Chair
Helinox Beach Chair
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Beach Chair by Helinox
Tired of getting sand in your shorts' Then lift your butt out of the dirt and plop it down in the Helinox Beach Chair. Designed to offer a stable seat in sand and loose soil, this low-to-the-ground camp chair is quick and easy to set up thanks to a single shock-corded pole system. Mesh panels keep your back from getting swampy on sweltering summer days, and the storage sack converts into a pillow for bonus comfort.

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SKU: HEL000P
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