Snow Peak Take! Bamboo Chair

Snow Peak Take! Bamboo Chair
Snow Peak Take! Bamboo Chair
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Take! Bamboo Chair by Snow Peak
Snow Peak's foldable, haulable Take! Bamboo Chair features washable, durable canvas fabric for comfortable downtime at family reunions, car-camping trips, or backyard BBQs.

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SKU: SNO0122
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