Big Agnes

Big Six Camp Chair

Colour: Black

Deluxe camp chair for comfort and convenience

We love to spend time getting closer to nature, but we’re slightly less keen on getting too familiar with cold, hard, muddy ground. Which is why we love a good camping chair – and the Big Six from Big Agnes is one of the most comfortable options out there. This is a perch that adds a little luxury to any campsite, thanks to its extended height that offers great back support. The wide seat provides ample space to sit, while the chair is an accessible 20”/51cm off the ground, so you won’t find it a struggle to a) get into it or b) get out again. Although it’s so comfortable that whether you’ll want to do b) is debatable. The Big Six is also quick and easy to set up and packable enough to stash in the boot of a car for ultimate convenience

    • Deluxe camp chair provides comfort and convenience on the go 
    • Colour-coded shock-cord architecture for simple setup and breakdown 
    • Self-equalising centre pole levels chair on uneven ground 
    • Patented hub-less frame construction for improved packability
    • Will support up to 300lbs (136kg) 
    • Carry bag included
  • Trail Weight 1.36 kg
    Packed Weight 1.45 kg
    Packed Size 9 x 11 x 53 cm
    Seat Height 51 cm
    Back Height 102 cm
    Width 61 cm
    Depth 66 cm
    Capacity 136 kg
    • Robic™ nylon with polyester ripstop and waterproof UTS coating
    • Polyester Oxford with a polyurethane coating
    • Pole System: Aluminium
  • Big Agnes is a small, independent US outdoor brand out of Steamboat Springs, Colorado – a small ski-town that we’ve never visited but which we like to imagine is full of mountain-loving, trail-hiking outdoorsy types. That would make sense, since the company makes some of the best ultralight backpacking gear around, including the award-winning Copper Spur, Tiger Wall and Fly Creek tents. It is kit that has clearly been designed by a gang of folks who love sleeping in the dirt just as much as we do here at WildBounds.

    Oh, and if you’re still wondering where the heck that name Big Agnes comes from, we did try to find out. Depending on who you talk to, it’s either an affectionate tribute to a legendary truck drivin’ mountain mama, or a 12,000 foot peak in the Mount Zirkel Wilderness. We kinda like the first one better.

I love the size of this chair!

-Josh, Verified Buyer


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