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We went to Camping World and sat in all the chairs and picked out and bought the most comfortable ones. And, they were not the most expensive ones. I don't recall the brand.


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We got our folding chairs from CW and the are very comfortable to use. I am always however looking a couple of missing nuts about eveytime we set them up. We also got the folding chair cover/case for packing up and I have yet to find the missing nuts inside the case. Its like the one sock missing form the wasing machine...

Other than that we like ours just fine. I just went to Lowes and got a box full of the correct size nuts just for the chairs... Somehow they work themselves loose when packed up. Maybe I gots me a squirrel living in the back of my truck...


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Do the rocking chairs models hold up as good as the regular ones.


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We have two of Cabela's rocking chairs that we really enjoy. The only problem is that everyone walks by and wants to sit in them and asks where, how much, etc. Then I can't get them to get out of them!

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chdeck out the director's chairs at bargainoutfitters.com. $29.97. Look in camping furniture section...four colors...bought 3 and at that price they don't have to last forever


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We sure do like our Cabela's Directors chairs... however the fold-out side table is on the right side, 3/5 people in my family are left handed so they always put their chair right beside mine and use my side table.


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I surprise how well a couple of folding chairs from WalMart have held up over the years! I think we paid something like $10.00 a piece for them used them for several seasons and they still are like new. When I got them I hoped they would last a season but they've done really well.

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Check out Sam's Club. Just picked up 4 bag chairs, yes, bag chairs - but what sets them apart from earlier versions? Solid arm rests $19.99 - very comfy, and easy to take to festivals, etc


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