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Old 07-30-2016, 01:52 PM   #1
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Lounge Chairs

What are the favorites among traveling AS folk?


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Old 07-30-2016, 02:36 PM   #2
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You'll likely get some good replys and might want to check out a thread called "camp chair mulling" for some additional pointers.
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I second Hittenstiehl's recommendation regarding "camp chair mulling". A wealth of opinions on it on all types of chairs.
For me I personally like the LaFuma zero gravity lounge chairs. IMO they are very well made. We own two, one is made of cloth with padding and the other is mesh. I would recommend the mesh because they dry out a lot quicker especially if they get caught in a downpour. We have had one four years and the other for three. I have found them very comfortable.
One downside is the cost but there are many other brands that are less expensive. We bought ours when they were on sale. I even called the company to see what they had to offer.
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For convenience, here's the link:

http://www.airforums.com/forums/f483...ng-120940.html
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Thanks for pointing me to the appropriate link. I searched and didn't get that link; I need to improve my Boolean search parameters.


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Old 07-31-2016, 06:06 AM   #6
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It should of came right up if you tap on the link in time2play response to you
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Better yet, sit in a few in stores and find what fits you and your style. Everyone has different taste and comfort levels.
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Old 07-31-2016, 07:19 AM   #8
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The lounge chairs are too big and bulky for our Airstream travel. We have two Zip Dee chairs which are sturdy; she found two older style aluminum tube folding chairs at a garage sale, put new webbing on them and we like them as well. Not sure which ones we'll take on the next trip.
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Better yet, sit in a few in stores and find what fits you and your style. Everyone has different taste and comfort levels.

I hear ya ... We have more lightweight and heavy framed camping chairs are our house then the local Wally World ... I don't care for any of them.


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We like the LaFuma loungers as well. They are pricey and a bit heavy, but if you've got room they are very comfortable!
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Cispook,

Glad someone posted the link. A searching tip for this forum is to go to your normal search engine and type in:

"Airforums camping chairs" or

"Best camping chairs for Airstream"

That will usually get you go a bunch of links for similar discussions on air
forums. It's still a bit cumbersome but helps a bit.
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