Sitting around the campfire in your cushy leather chair sure sounds nice, but the logistics of hauling it into the mountains are too much to be reasonable. Luckily, you can get similar comfort out of the much lighter and more compact TravelChair Koala Camp Chair. It has an extra-tall backrest that lets you really kick back and enjoy warm fire in front of you. Mesh construction keeps it lightweight and adds a breezy feel for warm nights, and the adjustable pillow headrest cranks the comfort up to new levels.
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TRAVELCHAIR Koala Camp Chair
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