Helinox’s Chair Zero High-Back Provides Portable Back Support For the Trails

Mar 31, 2022

Category: Gear

Whether you’re a common camper or a fan of brands that pump out collaborations, chances are you’re familiar with Helinox. The design-centric outdoor furnishing manufacturer has been around for over a decade, and it’s got the extensive catalog to prove it. Adding to it once again, the brand’s Chair Zero High-Back looks to make life on the trails lighter than ever.

Weighing just 1.5lbs, this new release from Helinox is as portable as it gets. The brand labels the chair as “a new essential for every adventure,” and with its easy-going packability and such a lightweight composition, it’s impossible to argue. However, don’t let this sub-two-pound makeup confuse you, as it boasts a 265-pound capacity, going to show that you should never judge a piece of furniture by its specs. This strength is a result of its aluminum alloy frame, courtesy of the trustworthy DAC.

In addition to its portability, we’d be remiss to overlook that this is an extremely comfortable camping chair overall. In contrast to Helinox’s standard Chair Zero, the High-Back option provides added support thanks to its taller, sturdier back. This bolstered comfort is bound to come in handy, no matter how long your next woodland quest lasts.

When the stress of your next hiking trip begins to trickle down to your aching legs, you deserve a worthy throne to take a break from running the pedometer up. With that in mind, you may want to have a look at the Chair Zero High-Back for your next outdoor getaway. It’s available on Helinox’s site for $170.

Purchase: $170

Photo: Helinox

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