Lafuma Transabed Camp Chair

Lafuma Transabed Camp Chair
Lafuma Transabed Camp Chair
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Transabed Camp Chair by Lafuma
Stretch out by a lake during the day and then enjoy a nice fire in the evening in the Lafuma Transabed Camp Chair. This comfortable and functional chair boasts a durable steel frame, quick drying Batyline fabric, and 3 reclining positions to ensure comfort.

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SKU: LAF001Q
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