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Mica Basin Camp Chair

Lightweight backpacking chair for the backcountry and beyond

Lightweight backpacking chair for the backcountry and beyond

The most comfortable 2lb. chair out there, our Mica Basin Camp Chair has a supportive seat and backrest, durable nylon Robic fabric, and sits an easy-to-get-into 16" off the ground. The perfect packable chair to bring along to any camp, concert, picnic, or road-trip adventure.
$129.95
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Dependable and durable hub-less design.

We use dependable and durable materials, a patented hub-less design so trim that when we say 'packable' sizes we mean it. Our chairs are designed to fit the whole family with seats so comfy you might want to grab two drinks before you sit down. We'd like to think our designs are everything you need in a camp chair and nothing more. 

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Features

Lightweight compact backpacking chair

Fully shock-corded architecture for simple set up and break down 

Color-coded frame for easy set up 

Patented hub-less frame construction for smaller pack size

Enhanced comfort through pre-bent poles that create a wider, more stable seat

Stuff sack included

Construction + Materials

Lightweight nylon 100d Robic with a 300d polyester rip-stop for extra tear strength

High-tenacity Robic™ yarn that is lightweight and 25% - 30% stronger a regular yarn in the same denier

Waterproof UTS coating gives fabric a soft feel and enhances tear strength

Lightweight aircraft aluminum pole system

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What’s in a Name?

Mica Basin serves as one of the more difficult—and spectacular—hikes and camp spots, respectively, in the Zirkel Wilderness. Accessed from Seedhouse Road in North Routt County, the steep hike ends at a majestic lake near the base of the wilderness namesake, Mt. Zirkel.