Big Agnes

Skyline UL Chair

Colour: Aqua

Ultralight chair for fast and light backpacking

“I just love pitching up after a long day’s hiking with a heavy pack and then relaxing on the cold, hard ground”, said no one, ever. Luckily, the Skyline UL Chair packs small, assembles quickly, and gives you the comfort you need to enjoy that perfect pitch you worked so hard to reach. Weighing in at under 800 g (yes, really) and with a tiny pack size, it’s one of the lightest and most portable backpacking chairs around. So, there’s really no excuse not to add a little luxury to your next wild camp

    • Ultralight and compact backpacking chair
    • Fully shock-corded design for simple set up and break down, with aircraft-grade anodised aluminium poles
    • Colour-coded frame for easy set up
    • Patented hub-less frame construction for smaller pack size
    • Enhanced comfort through pre-bent poles that create a wider, more stable seat
    • Stuff sack included
    • Seat made from ultralight nylon 70d Robic with nylon 66 rip-stop for extra tear strength
    • High-tenacity Robic yarn is up to 30% stronger than a regular yarn in the same denier
    • Waterproof UTS coating gives fabric a soft feel and enhances tear strength
  • Trail Weight 765 g
    Packed Weight 794 g
    Packed Size 9 x 9 x 43 cm
    Seat Height 38 cm
    Back Height 66 cm
    Width 53 cm
    Depth 44 cm
    Capacity 125 kg
    • Robic™ nylon with polyester ripstop and waterproof UTS 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.

Durable, sets up quickly and can be strapped on about anywhere

-Jerry, Verified Buyer


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