Lafuma Pop Up XL Camp Chair

Lafuma Pop Up XL Camp Chair
Lafuma Pop Up XL Camp Chair
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Pop Up XL Camp Chair by Lafuma
Grab the Lafuma Pop Up XL Camp Chair out of your trunk and head to the campfire for a night of snacks, laughs, and comfort. The steel frame holds up to daily wear and tear while the simple folding design helps you stay on the move.

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SKU: LAF001S
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