Snow Peak Take! Bamboo Long Back Camp Chair

Snow Peak Take! Bamboo Long Back Camp Chair
Snow Peak Take! Bamboo Long Back Camp Chair
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Take! Bamboo Long Back Camp Chair by Snow Peak
Sustainable materials and an elegant construction make the Take! Bamboo Long Back Camp Chair a simple yet sophisticated way to elevate your camping or backyard experience. Simply unfold the comfortable canvas seat and you're all ready to sip your morning coffee or enjoy evening vittles by the fire.

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SKU: SNOI0A7
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