Cold weather doesn’t mean I have to stay inside. I’ve learned to embrace the outdoors all year round. I live in a four season climate. Even though winter isn’t my favorite season, I don’t stay inside waiting for it to warm up. I’m excited to take my new camping chair on a trip during the warmer months but in the meantime, it doesn’t mean I can’t enjoy it now.
The portability of the Roraima Camp Chair means I can take it anywhere. From the back porch to the back of my car, I always have a comfortable chair ready when I need it. I like the built in cup holders and the mesh pocket. It also comes with a headrest which is nice when using the reclining position.
I am excited to finally find a camp chair that reclines. The only problem is that it doesn’t recline as easily as I hoped it would. I’m still working on getting use setting up the reclining position and hope to have it mastered by the time I take it camping during the warmer spring and summer seasons. So far, I’ve been able to use the chair without having to share. I’m sure when I’m camping with my family and extended family, that won’t be the case. So far it’s more comfortable than most of our other camping chairs.
For those looking for a gift for the outdoor enthusiast, the Roraima Lightweight Camping Chair works well for car camping. I would have loved taking it to my children’s sporting events when they were younger. The carry case makes it easy to take to the park, the beach, or a favorite mountain picnic area. It weighs about 10 pounds so it works best for carrying short distances rather than somewhere too long.
I haven’t had the chair long enough to comment on the durability. It doesn’t seem to be any more or any less durable than the similar chairs we currently own.