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Travel Chair Slacker

The Slacker tripod stool is a lightweight camp chair that folds down small, it is easy to set up and is the perfect blend between comfort, portable and durability. At less than 2 lbs. you can bring along this three legged stool on your hike or simply leave it in your trunk until it is needed for the next game. Who would use The Slacker tripod stool: Hunters, fishermen, coaches, golf spectators, bird watchers. Where they would use The Slacker tripod stool: hiking, hunting blind, sidelines, matches, games, golf tournaments. Why they would use The Slacker tripod stool: light, portable, gets you off your feet, practical, stable, strong, overbuilt. Three little legs that


Duck billed feet, Packs small, Integrated carry and closure strap, Powder coated steel, Color: Blue

Under 2lbs, Adjustable Carry Strap, Folds down small, Holds over 275LBS, Nail Head/ Rip Stop Poly

Duck feet for maximum stability, Velcro closure system, Reinforced throughout, Product Seat Height: 17.5"H

Oversized riveting, Tempered powder coat steel, Lightweight, Product Seat Dimensions: 12"L x 12"W x 17.5"H

Product Dimensions Open: 12"L x 14"W x 20"H , Product Dimensions Closed: 3"L x 3"W x 24"H, Product Weight: 2.2 lbs

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