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Vagabond Chair Collapsible Camping Chair

Vagabond Collapsible Camping Chair

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Vagabond Chair Collapsible Camping Chair

1000g collapsible camping chair that packs down small and easily squeezes into jam-packed car boots for crucial campsite chilling

£30.00


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Vagabond Chair is an itinerant character, incessantly roving and roaming: a wandering nomad on the hunt for scenic spots to settle down in and soak up the last of the sun. 

At only 1000g and packing down to the length of two water bottles, the Vagabond Chair is the ideal companion for car camping trips: trips where you still want your home comforts but don’t want to hire an entire removal van to bring them. The small pack size and sub-1kg weight means that stuffing it into the car boot for that extra slice of camping comfort should be a no-brainer. A neat carry case also eradicates those awkward sticky-out bits when packing... and any resulting frayed tempers! 

The Vagabond Chair is up in under a minute (for the pros at least), ready to watch someone else put the tent up while you make a brew. A simple shock-corded base pops into place, much like a many-pronged tent pole, and the seat easily slips onto the ends of the poles with four reinforced slots. The chair has been designed to sit low to the ground, making it the perfect height for our Vagabond Table. The main seat is made from a tough 600D Oxford fabric with mesh panels forming a snug bucket shape. This hugs the user and lets you relax in comfort long into that final game of cards before bed. 


Key features
  • Small and light with a 34 x 11 x 11cm pack-size and 1000g weight makes the chair more packable and portable
  • Simple design is easy to put up with shock-corded poles and a seat which slots into place
  • Bucket-shaped seat that you can relax and recline into with breathable mesh side panels
  • Carry case with strap for neatly packing the chair away and carting to your desired location
  • 3 Year Alpine Bond
Vital stats
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Size: Packed: 34 x 11 x 11cm
Upright: 53 x 59 x 67cm

Weight: 1000g

Materials:
Poles: 7075 Alloy
Seat: 600D Oxford

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Wildcamper joel
Awesome

Great chair for the money, seems well built, my only gripe is the storage bag zip that seems a bit inferior doesn’t take much for it to split after it’s zipped up.

MrHallorann
Bargain super compact comfort

Picked up two of these along with a Vagabond table, to keep in the boot of the car, so that we have a picnic bench wherever we launch our hikes from. As per AlpKit’s blurb, the chairs really are able to be assembled in under a minute and pack away equally as quickly, and just as neatly as they arrived from the factory. The stitching on the seat fabric looks strong and the metal work of the tubing and junctions looks built to last. In use, I’m 6’1” and 15.5st and my butt and back fit very comfily into the bucket of the seat, which contours to your form like a hammock. I look forwards to many years of faithful service from these chairs. Very impressed, especially at the bargain sale price!

mark314
Light, compact but not that comfortable

It’s super lightweight, packs away nice and small but actually sitting in it isn’t that comfortable. It’s probably the best camping chair out there if you care about weight but you’re not gonna want to spend a long time sitting in it. I challenge ALPKIT to design something that’s actually comfy

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