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Bass Pro Shops has White River Home Foldable Adirondack Chairs and Side Tables on sale for the prices below. Shipping is free with orders $50 or more or select store pick up where available.

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White River Home Foldable Adirondack Chair (White or Natural Stain)
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  • Acacia Wood
  • weigh 26 lbs
  • Max recommended weight 396 lbs

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Mixed reviews on the Cabela's website. I'm in the market and need to replace the cheap $25 plastic Adirondack chairs you can buy at Target/Lowe's/HD.

Love the foldability, but the reviews don't make me want to jump on this deal.


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I saw these yesterday at my local bass pro...looked and felt cheap. Even looked small for some reason. I decided to stick with the plastic ones I have as I actually think they will hold up better to the Florida elements.

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Mixed reviews on the Cabela's website. I'm in the market and need to replace the cheap $25 plastic Adirondack chairs you can buy at Target/Lowe's/HD.

Love the foldability, but the reviews don't make me want to jump on this deal.


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My wife and I tried these a week ago @ $77 each. We weren't crazy about them and returned. Kinda frail, however I'm 6'2" and she's 5"'11" so YMMV.
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I saw these yesterday at my local bass pro...looked and felt cheap. Even looked small for some reason. I decided to stick with the plastic ones I have as I actually think they will hold up better to the Florida elements.
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Save your money and buy the proper synthetic ones. They cost a lot more but will last a very very long time.
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I wish I had the time to sit on a chair like this.
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I've had a couple of these. They're good for one or 2 summers of light use. Unfortunately, I'm American sized, so I get more value out of the sweat putting it together than I do the time it takes me to break one.
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Quote from corpusguy :
I wish I had the time to sit on a chair like this.
Just sit in this chair anytime you sign on to slickdeals, pro.
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white cabella's chair link send us to bass pro shop - needs fixed, mods.
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Quote from Fxj_3 :
I saw these yesterday at my local bass pro...looked and felt cheap. Even looked small for some reason. I decided to stick with the plastic ones I have as I actually think they will hold up better to the Florida elements.
Ramping up their tolerance to bath salts might help too.
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Got these a few weeks ago and been sitting on them since Sunday.

I might need to switch out the "pull bolt" that keeps the chair locked in the sitting position with a larger gauge or place a metal pipe within the holes since it feels like the bolt is forcing its way through the wood when I sit too far on the edge.

The default way of sitting is very comfortable, but pulling yourself up to the edge of the seat is kinda work (I'm 35, 5'9", 170 lbs fwiw). Sitting on the edge is also not too comfortable. My mom (closer to 5') finds it easier to get up off this chair than some public toilets, but her feet still dangle a bit with this chair due to the way the chair leans back.

The tables are pretty solid and cute enough. I bought 2 tables for 4 chair and I think that was the perfect amount.

The folding is nice and about 4 of them can fit in a ~4'x4' space.

One was missing the full bag of screws, so gonna be contacting them today.
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I've had a couple of these. They're good for one or 2 summers of light use. Unfortunately, I'm American sized, so I get more value out of the sweat putting it together than I do the time it takes me to break one.
'American sized' 😂
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Don't forget $10 off of $75. TBH, It's big enough for me and I am 115 lbs for your reference Big Grin I think if you are 200 lbs, you probably want to get standard size not this.
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Thinking about building, I did not realize how many styles there were. Adirondack buying guide [polywood.com].... was useful to me.
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