What’s important to look for in ALPS Mountaineering King Kong Chair?
Sturdy powder-coated steel frame and 600D polyester fabric provides stability and comfort Each adjustable armrest comes with a cup holder and side pocket for maximum storage Includes convenient shoulder carry bag, allowing you to transport and store chair with ease The ALPS Mountaineering King Kong is on our best sellers list you ll know why as soon as you take a seat Dimensions 38 W x 20 D x 38 H, Weight 13 lbs. Weight Capacity 800 lbs. , Color Khaki Sport Type Cycling
Is this what you need when you buy ALPS Mountaineering King Kong Chair?
A patented, powder-coated steel frame makes the King Kong Chair extremely stable and durable with the ability to support up to 800 lbs.
Strong 600D polyester fabric is extremely durable.
The King Kong boasts a roomy seat measuring 24.5 inches wide.
There are cup holders located on each arm of the chair, perfect for right or left handed users.
Two side pockets keep your most-needed items easily accessible and off the ground.
A large mesh back pocket is perfect for storing carry bag or other items.
The King Kong Chair remains the strongest, most reliable and durable quad chair you can find. It boasts a sturdy powder-coated steel frame with 600D polyester fabric quality you can count on to last a lifetime we guarantee it. The King Kong holds up to 800 lbs., and even if you re a person who doesn t need the extra weight capacity, the comfort and strength that you ll gain from this chair is incomparable to any other chair on the market that folds up, fits in a carry bag, and can be conveniently brought to all your events. The King Kong is offered in three color options brighten up your surroundings with the bold Deep Sea color option or spice it up with the Salsa color option or stay with a classic and choose the Khaki color option.
Customer reviewsThis is a ruggedly built chair designed to last for ...
This is a ruggedly built chair designed to last for a long time. Only complaint I had initially was that the middle of the seat sagged to much, putting pressure on the backs of my legs in the front. I saw in another review a fix that someone figured with 2 wooden blocks. I figured out a simpler fix that seems to be working so far. Takes the pressure off the backs of my legs by allowing me to sit a little higher in the chair.