Helinox Chair Zero Camp Chair

Helinox Chair Zero Camp Chair
Helinox Chair Zero Camp Chair
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Chair Zero Camp Chair by Helinox
Chairs are usually the first things that get left behind on a backpacking trip. But instead of settling for sitting on stumps or planting your butt in the dirt, you can enjoy sitting above the ground in the Helinox Chair Zero Camp Chair. Unlike other packable camp chairs, this one comes complete with a back rest so you can relax after a long day of hiking instead of constantly trying to stay balanced when you're scarfing down your camp meal. Best of all, it's extremely lightweight and packs down to the size of your water bottle so you can bring it just about anywhere, from deep in the backcountry to summer outdoor concerts.

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SKU: HEL000W
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