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JimBuck

Your favorite lawn chair...

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I've been buying lawn chairs on and off for the past 10 years and have never had one that was comfortable and durable. I'm curious what others might recommend for a camping/fishing chair. I'm willing to spend a few bucks if it saves me from buying a new one every other year. So what are you sitting on outside? laugh

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We bought a couple Cabelas anti-gravity chairs a month ago and we like them.

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We love the cabelas lounger with the seat suspended by the little bungee loops.

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We love the cabelas lounger with the seat suspended by the little bungee loops.
Agreed. That thing rocks.

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I had one I bought at the big K store. It was great for when I had my back surgery. Now it has disappeared. I would sit in that instead of my lazy boy.

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Originally Posted By: Powerstroke
We love the cabelas lounger with the seat suspended by the little bungee loops.
Agreed. That thing rocks.

Ditto...or...Tritto, or whatever.

We bought some when they were on the club clearance for $30. Considering what you pay for the usual camp chair these days, we wish we would have bought 10 after using them.

I see they make them now with lighter mesh backs. A good idea as I have sweat a bit in warmer weather using the original style.

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I just ordered one of these Chaise Lounger's from the big C as they are on sale right now. They look to be pretty sweet!

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the loops will slowly break down. Our camping group has 10 of them and they last about 2 yrs although we use them on 8 camping trips during the summer. They are all fraying on the "loops" of the "bungee" material.

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I just bought some cheap rope and restrung it when my loops broke.

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