REI Co-op Flexlite Camp Boss ($90)

For seating comfort that can go on any adventure, we break down the top camp chairs on the market
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29.5 x 24 x 24 in.

14 in.

2 lbs. 14 oz.

Wider base/seat and more substantial build than the standard Flexlite.

Also heavier, less packable, and more expensive.

REI’s Flexlite collection includes everything from the lightweight and minimalist Flexlite Air down to the robust and headrest-equipped Camp Dreamer. Its Flexlite Camp Boss here slots into the middle, offering an ideal combination of comfort, weight and long-lasting for many campers. In comparison to the regular Flexlite which we prior to this and this Camp Boss model sports a larger as well as more solid base. a wider 4-inch seat, a 3-inch higher height from ground to seat and a weight capacity of 50 pounds higher. It’s more expensive by about $20 and heavier by 1 pound, 3 ounces however we think it to be the Camp Boss the more approachable and well-rounded choice.

From standpoint of comfort from a comfort standpoint, the REI Flexlite Camp Boss still cannot compete with bigger and heavier options such as that of the Alps King Kong or even REI’s own Camp Xtra Chair above. At a cost of between $10 and $20 each of these models are more spacious, provide significantly better support and stability and include useful features such as beverage storage and pocket. With its well-balanced design and well-balanced design, it’s the Flexlite Camp Boss strikes us as a good middle-ground between the two models and genuine UL models such as that of Flexlite Air and Chair Zero which is why it’s on our list of.

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