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Big Slacker™ Stool
Big Slacker™ Stool
TravelChair Big Slacker™ Stool -1389V2, Portable Tripod Chair for Outdoor Adventures, Folding Travel Stool
Take our flagship product, the Slacker™, make it bigger, wider, taller and a touch more stable, and you have the Big Slacker™. The Big Slacker™ Stool was designed to be a practical, durable, and comfortable travel stool. The seating area gives you space to relax and take a break from adventuring. The polyester fabric is comfortable and double layered. Its powder-coated metal frame has 2 legs in the back and one in the front, offering plenty of stability. The rivets are oversized to increase the integrity of the frame. We have molded the grommets to allow them to be placed at the best possible angles, and we added specially designed duck-billed feet that add to the chair’s support.
- ADVENTURE: Discovering the outdoors is fun, but sometimes you just want to take a seat. Our Big Slacker™ is perfect for hiking, backpacking, camping, fishing, or hunting breaks. Enjoy nature’s scenery while relaxing.
- BIGGER & WIDER: Take a load off and relax with our folding stool. This tripod stool is bigger and wider than our flagship Slacker™ Stool. With both nail-head and ripstop polyester fabric and a wide seat to relax on, this chair is incredibly comfy.
- TRAVEL CHAIR: You are constantly on the move, and our portable seat can move with you. This foldable stool weighs only 3.3 lbs. and measures 22″ L x 4″ W x 4″ H when closed. The carry strap and hook-and-loop closure make this chair a breeze to move.
I needed a “stool” that it totally inconspicuous when carrying it, and simple to set-up. I only use it to rest for 5 to 10 minutes, then I am on my way. This chair fits my needs. The expensive chairs are twice the weight and take far longer to set up. You can not “lounge” in this stool, which is fine by me. I sit straight up, with my fore-arms on my knees, which rests my lungs and back. I did up-grade the shoulder sling with a spare which I had laying around. Don’t expect “comfort” but expect a fast rest when taking a hike. I am ~6′ 180 lbs.