Go Chair: The Bottle Sized Portable Chair

Aug 21, 2018

Category: Gear

Whether headed to the beach, out to the campsite, or just around a backyard fire with friends — having someplace to sit is as desirable as it is difficult to come by. Or at least it was, before the Go Chair: an ultra-portable outdoor seating solution that collapses down to the size of a water bottle.

Yes, you read that correctly — it shrinks down to about the same size as a 32-ounce Nalgene bottle, meaning it can fit into most cup holders. But, when you want to sit down, it takes only moments to set up and is stable enough to place on just about any terrain. Weighing in at a grand total of 3 pounds, the Go Chair can support a whopping 300 pounds without failing, thanks to its construction of aircraft-grade aluminum and weatherproof ballistic nylon. It’s also made right here in the USA and available on IndieGoGo now starting at $129.

Purchase: $129+

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