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Old 12-16-2014, 11:18 AM   #337
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Old 12-16-2014, 11:34 AM   #338
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Language is weird...I had no idea "mull" meant something other than what I knew it as...


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: to grind or mix thoroughly : pulverize
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That hot chair looks like a bad idea....but at the same time intriguing lol
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Old 12-16-2014, 11:37 AM   #339
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Old 12-16-2014, 12:04 PM   #340
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I'm also surprised big guys do not break these - impressive

I'll be interested in the Kermit review

Cory - if you ever get a chance to take a pic of yourself in the curvy low rider do so - would like to see it in action


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The trailer/chairs are in storage for the winter, I'll try to remember a picture in the spring.

Another tip....we love the mesh curvy back chairs in the summer months because they have great venting. However, in the lower temp months sitting around a fire in ~0C/30F they can get a little "drafty". We carry a few sheets of Reflectix cut to the dimensions of the seat and back length....significant improvement.
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Old 12-16-2014, 12:12 PM   #341
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Cool - I'll look forward to the pics

I do not plan in any new chair purchases till at least summer

I'm happy for now with what I have bit still want a couple compact comfy chairs


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Old 12-16-2014, 01:16 PM   #342
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Spelling is also weird.
Home/some should sound the same, but they don't. Home/gnome sound the same. Why is the G there? If it's silent, shouldn't we just leave it out? Some/sum sound the same. Bass with a short A if it is a fish but a long A if it is a musical note-
None of it makes any sense, since there is no rhyme or reason-
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Old 12-17-2014, 07:13 AM   #343
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Language is weird...I had no idea "mull" meant something other than what I knew it as...


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That hot chair looks like a bad idea....but at the same time intriguing lol
Mulled wine does have pulverized spices in it, thus mulled, but it is also heated. My brain went there because it is the season for such beverages.

I do like heated seats in vehicles, but this chair might toast my tush too much.
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It seems that the seams on an Airstream leak from time to time. Time to add some thyme to the soup.
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Another vote for the Kermit Chair. Use them on my canoe trips and fully plan on incorporating it into my upcoming Airstream adventures. They are comfortable, classic, unique, and handmade in the USA. Doesn't that sound like Airstreaming to you guys?!
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Old 01-10-2015, 07:36 PM   #346
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Old 01-11-2015, 05:29 PM   #347
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My budget is fairly tight the next couple years so no further purchases beyond what I already use which is the lafumas x2 and the lafuma camp stools x2 for quick easy deployment and we have out two tommy Bahama chairs for beach use and around campsite if needed

Perhaps Christmas next year I may get a new chair - or my bday - I'm very torn between the options


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Cup holder

Don't forget to be sure there is a cup holder in the arm of the chair.

In our experience plastic corners aren't necessarily a sing of poor quality. We bought two chair at Costco. They fold up into a cylinder and slip into a bag. I am 6'2" and 280, with an athletic build. I have never felt the chairs would break.
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Let me add one other possibility to the mix and my apologies if it has already been mentioned.

We bought two of these

GCI Outdoor Wilderness Recliner Chair

for our son and his girlfriend for Christmas. As soon as my zero gravities from Dicks Sporting Goods wear out, I think I'm getting two for the AS. Very comfortable and surprisingly the pillow is actually of a proper thickness to be more than a decoration. The only issue I see is that for some of us more "wizened" campers, the low nature of the chairs might create some problems on the egress, but a good incentive to keep the old body limber.

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Old 01-27-2015, 04:36 PM   #350
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Wow, Pharmageek. I ducked out of this debate for about six months and I can't believe you still haven't bought your chair!
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