Kelty Low Loveseat

Aug 10, 2016

Category: Gear

You don’t have to leave comfort behind when you head out to tailgate a ballgame or sleep out under the stars for a weekend. If you have the presence of mind to bring along capable gear, like Kelty’s Low Loveseat camp chair, you’ll be able to make the most out of any trip no matter where you go.

Weighing only 15 pounds and coming with its own carrying bag, this loveseat is super easy to pack along in the car and on shorter trips on the trail. Made from a quilted 600 Denier polyester fitted over a folding steel frame, this chair has a weight capacity of 400 pounds and is large enough to fit two adults or three children comfortably. Whether you want to set it up in the great outdoors by a campfire or in your own backyard when you have friends over for a picnic, it’s a great grab for a solid price. Each chair retails for $100. [Purchase]

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