BlackOut Fold-Up Tripod Blind Stool
I simply went to bass pro. I sat in all the hunting chairs and this one felt the best. It supports my back in just the right spot. Some of the chairs' back supports were too low or high. The seat part sits very nicely as well. Very comfortable for long sits (hours) in the woods. I used to sit on a small fold up chair. I was repositioning my body every 10-20 min I felt like. This one I have not had to do that with. It's not as small and compact as my old small fold up but I will sacrifice a little bit of portability for comfort in this instance.
The chair is not bad on portability. It does have a carrying strap on the chair and comes with a carrying bag. And a piece of Velcro holds the legs together during transport. Not a heavy chair.
I recommend you just sit in all the chairs in the store and see which one feels the best. When looking for comfort, portability, and price--this was the best one I liked.
November 8, 2014
I absolutely love this chair. It is lightweight, compact and affordable. If you are looking for a simple, cheap, comfortable chair; this one's for you.
September 6, 2014
This chair is extremely comfortable in comparision to most others. I had a tripod stool that I used before my weight bent the leg. My old one did not have a back rest, and this one alleviates the back pain from sitting still on all day hunts. It is very light weight. The strap is short on the bag and the chair, but I usually hook it up to my pack horizontally to keep it from swining and making noise. I would take it out of the bag before you hike in so you don't make noise removing the bag in the field. If the ground is moist it will sink in, but so will most chairs. Placing something solid under the bottom of each foot usually does the trick when it's wet. The only thing better would be if it had a pillow attachment or a hand warmer!
July 11, 2014
great chair, great price
im 6'4 300 lbs and this chair is comfy and sturdy, reasonably light... my only complaint is the shoulder strap is way to short, needs another 6" on both the chair and carry bag
June 6, 2014