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Ultimate Slacker™ 2.0
Ultimate Slacker™ 2.0
TravelChair Ultimate Slacker™ 2.0, Small Folding Tripod Chair with Back for Outdoor Adventures, Portable Stool-Chair, Great for Spectators, Coaches, Birdwatchers, Hunters and more
The Ultimate Slacker™ 2.0 was reimagined and redesigned to give you more comfort and support than ever. The seating area is larger, giving you more space to sit comfortably. The mesh fabric is comfortable and double layered with reinforced Ripstop polyester at the stress points. Its metal frame has two 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 our specially designed feet add to the chair’s support.
- ADVENTURE: Discovering the outdoors is full of fun, but sometimes, you just want to take a seat. Our Ultimate Slacker™ chair is perfect for those hiking, backpacking, camping, fishing, or hunting breaks. Enjoy nature’s scenery while relaxing.
- DURABLE & STABLE: This compact folding chair is small and strong. It can easily hold up to 250 lbs. due to its construction. The oversized grommets, thick feet, large rivets, and Ripstop fabric all make this portable chair sturdy and durable.
- ULTIMATE COMFORT: This tripod seat has been redesigned to offer a larger seating area. With space to move, a UV-resistant and padded seat, and reinforced Ripstop polyester at the stress points, this is one comfy stool.
Guitar Player –
The Ultimate Slacker 2.0 is exactly what I’ve been needing for gigging with my band! It is light, stable and comfortable, with no arms or side supports to interfere with the positioning of my guitar. Because of its sturdy back rest, I find this chair is far less tiring than sitting on a standard stool all night. The Slacker’s footprint is much smaller than a regular chair, a real bonus on tighter stages and It fits easily into my wheeled bag along with my music stand, guitar stands, pedals and the rest of my gear. (It probably works well around a campfire too!)