If you are looking for simple chairs, check www.lawnchairsusa.com. These are the old style webbing chairs that used to be sold everywhere. I have several that are at least 20 years old. I have rewebbed them a couple times and they still are very serviceable. I just bought 2 more at a yard sale for $3.00 each which I will be rewebbing.
never paid more than $9.99 and if they get salty from sea or toasted from the sun I'm not heartbroken. I should add that the oldest pair we have is ~6 years and doing just fine. Seawater notwithstanding.
I can attest to reading all day with various bevvies and not getting seat sore
2008 Itasca Sunova 35J Class A
1997 TJ Sahara, hard and soft tops and AC
Held together via Roadmaster Falcon 2 tow bar and stopped by US Gear Unified Brake system.
Take a look at the olive colored folding chairs with fold-up side tray from Camping World.
They are durable yet lightweight and the side tray is a nice to have. They list around $40 each but are often on sale for $35.
I came to RVing from years of tent camping on a motorcycle (still do). I have 4 of THESE Kermit Chairs (me the wife and 2 kids). 2 of them are 20 years old +- and have been strapped on the back of my motorcycle for 10s of thousands of miles, been to hundreds of soccer games, the beach, even to dead horse Alaska and still going strong. very comfy and durability beyond compare. only issue... if you have a hard time getting up from a low chair, get the leg extenders or you'll have to roll out and then get up
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You said chair not recliner. THIS is the best chair we have found and we have tried many. Its not heavy it folds up small and you do not sink down into it like other folding style chairs. Very good seat and back support. Costco had the same chair about 5 years ago and not since. Ours were wearing out, and Mac's Outdoor is the only place I have found them. There are many that look similar, but none have the same support.
Dale & Sandi
2006 Jeep TJ 4.0 w/33s 4" lift
2008 Winnabago Adventurer 38T
Liberty Lake (Spokane) WA.