Alps Mountaineering Grand Rapids Folding Chair
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Amazon Price: $16.34 (as of January 15, 2017 8:47 am –
The Tri-Leg is perfect to bring along when space is limited and weight is a factor. The Tri-Leg folds up and fits compactly into a carry bag. The 2 pound stool is made of a powder coated steel frame and has a reinforcing extra center support system to hold up to 250 pounds. The fabric is made of a durable 600D Polyester. There is also a carry strap attached to the Tri-Leg in case you don't want to bring the carry bag along. Specifications: Dimensions: 14" wide x 14" long x 16" tall Total Weight: 2 lbs. Capacity: 250 lbs. Seat Height Front/Back: 16" Fabric – Seat Width and Depth: 14" Frame – Seat Width and Depth: 14" Total Width Back/Arms: 14"
Product Dimensions: 16 x 14 x 14 inches ; 2 pounds
Shipping Weight: 1.9 pounds
Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Item model number: 8120005
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Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
Superb Value. Great quality.
45 people found this helpful.
I have two highly portable camping chairs. This ALPS Tri-leg stool and the Alite Mantis Chair. I bought this chair because I couldn’t justify spending $90 on the Alite Mantis chair. 90 bucks is pretty steep for a chair. However, my wife surprised me with the Mantis chair as a gift for valentines (I’m a lucky/spoiled man).
Its a must, you should definitely buy if you need a perfectly built, compact, well made "anywhere" chair.
28 people found this helpful.
Conveniet to carry walking
28 people found this helpful.
Got this for my wife who has back pain. Part of her physical therapy involves walking as much as possible. She uses this chair to rest while taking a walk. Light, easy to carry, sturdy support sitting. Good buy.
Super sturdy super portable, not stupid expensive.
44 people found this helpful.
Don’t waste Money on something more pricey. This Willet the needs of the casual backpacker in spades. If you are counting ounces and cutting the tags out of your clothes to save weight you probably aren’t even looking at this, but it is very light and very small, easily strapped to the outside of a pack or tucked under the
Best small stool out there
34 people found this helpful.
Im 6’2 215lbs, and I feel extremely comfortable using this stool. I keep it in my truck at all times for quick access no matter where i may need it. Feels strong and instills confidence while sitting up on it.
Solid little stool
26 people found this helpful.
This one is bettter than most of the others as it has the webbing at the bottom of the legs. This helps support the weight by preventing the legs from spreading further. I would expect this would add to the longevity of the stool itself. Nice little setup that is comfortable.
Money well spent
19 people found this helpful.
I have an Alps Mountaineering tent that I like so I thought I’d take a chance on this. Well worth it for the money and seems like it should last a long time. I plan on carrying it in my backpack so I have something to sit on out on the trail.
Good, sturdy stool.
12 people found this helpful.
Good stool to sit on home plate while my son throws pitches. Old man knees cannot squat well and this stool saves the day. Also great to just have in the trunk of the car and use it when you need a quick and easy chair.
I find this stool to be very comfortable. I have an athletic build and my bottom …
7 people found this helpful.
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