Kelty Linger Get-Down Chair

Kelty Linger Get-Down Chair
Kelty Linger Get-Down Chair
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Linger Get-Down Chair by Kelty
The Kelty Linger Get-Down Chair offers a comfortable feel whether you're sitting around the campfire, catching an outdoor concert, or hanging out by the beach. Its low-to-ground design allows for laid-back relaxation and makes it ideal for concerts where there's a chair height limit, and its lightweight and compact construction lets you take it just about anywhere.

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