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Pack Seat - Black

 
 

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$20.00

 

 
 

Item # 17010

 


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  • The PackSeat portable stool is a quick and easy way to take a load off - just about anywhere. The Shock-Cord Construction snaps the legs into place for set-up in seconds. For added strength and grounded leg stability, the PackSeat portable stool features a patented Anti-Splay Reinforcement Panel. Its constructed of sturdy, powder-coated aluminum frame, which makes it ideal for any outdoor activity including camping, bird watching, hiking, fishing, traveling and sporting events. Includes a carry bag with closure strap, buckle and carabiner for hands-free portability. Small and lightweight, the PackSeat can be attached to any bag or belt buckle by the handy carabiner or stashed in a tote or suitcase.
  • Features:
  • Patented Shock-Cord Construction legs for easy set-up
  • Patented Anti-Splay Reinforcement Panel for added leg strength
  • Powder-coated aluminum
  • Supports 250 lb (113.6 kg)
  • Carry bag with closure strap, buckle and carabiner
  • Material: Powder-coated steel with polyester fabric
  • Weight: 1.3 lb (0.6 kg)
  • Open Size: 15 x 14.2 x 20.5 in (38 x 36 x 52 cm)
  • Seat Height: 20.5 in (52 cm)
  • Folded Size: 3.9 x 4.3 x 15.7 in (10 x 11 x 40 cm)
  • Max Weight: 250lbs
  • Includes: Carry bag with closure strap, buckle and carabiner

Average of 1 customer reviews:


Melissa W - Staff Review
OFallon, IL
July 2017

Around the camp fire
4/5 Avg. Product Rating

Age Range: 26-34
Gender: female
Great for scouts! It weighs practically nothing so thats its best plus, comes in a little sling that you can carabiner off your pack. Its small and minimal. Meaning theres not a whole lot to sit on there, but it covers the basics and gives you something to sit up on around a camp fire. Ive personally sat on these many times over the years and theyre a little touch and go on the stability. If you dont land on it well enough, you might be rolling off the side of it, but its short and maybe Im just clumsy. I think this is a good little stool that wont break the bank.