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Yes it does,not too hard to put back in but they are the cheapest thing that I have had to deal with,they split on the first or second use.
I have 4 of these and the chair is amazing and sturdy but Coleman really cheaped out on their bag on this one. I have other Coleman chairs and the bags are sturdy, these are just … see more
Yes it does,not too hard to put back in but they are the cheapest thing that I have had to deal with,they split on the first or second use.
I have 4 of these and the chair is amazing and sturdy but Coleman really cheaped out on their bag on this one. I have other Coleman chairs and the bags are sturdy, these are just the cheapest throwaway things.
Coleman should be ashamed to put their great product in such a cheap and throwaway bag that only lasts 1 or 2 outings. see less
Yes it does,not too hard to put back in but they are the cheapest thing that I have had to deal with,they split on the first or second use.
I have 4 of these and the chair is amazing and sturdy but Coleman really cheaped out on their bag on this one. I have other Coleman chairs and the bags are sturdy, these are just the cheapest throwaway things.
Coleman should be ashamed to put their great product in such a cheap and throwaway bag that only lasts 1 or 2 outings.

gmomma
· August 3, 2018
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The chair is 7lbs and folds up to about 3ft high. I would think it would be uncomfortable to sling it over your shoulder while biking. Also, the strap is slippery and I don't know how well it would grip. I guess it would depend on how big you are. I am 120lbs and I find the chair a little bulky to carry. Hope this helps.
RD
· November 4, 2013
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No, black and grey.
Jenn K
· November 21, 2013
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Precisely 8.0 pounds with the carry bag- I weighed it on my commercial scale. The carry bag itself weighs a matter of ounces.
qpalzm
· August 9, 2017
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It's more of a slouchy, very comfortable upright.
Amanda
· July 16, 2014
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I'm about that size, and I can lounge in it.
Knuckles
· May 12, 2016
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17"
William M.
· April 19, 2015
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The seat is 17.5" above the ground or floor.
Campmor
Seller · October 6, 2016
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I think it would work for someone 5' 3". I'm 6' 1" and 245 pounds so I wasn't really thinking about the chair for someone smaller than I, but the canvas sags down a bit so I would think even a shorter person could sit in it. However, it's overkill for a smaller person, because it's a big wide chair and really designe… see more I think it would work for someone 5' 3". I'm 6' 1" and 245 pounds so I wasn't really thinking about the chair for someone smaller than I, but the canvas sags down a bit so I would think even a shorter person could sit in it. However, it's overkill for a smaller person, because it's a big wide chair and really designed for big guys. You might look at a "regular" size chair, which probably would be cheaper, too. see less I think it would work for someone 5' 3". I'm 6' 1" and 245 pounds so I wasn't really thinking about the chair for someone smaller than I, but the canvas sags down a bit so I would think even a shorter person could sit in it. However, it's overkill for a smaller person, because it's a big wide chair and really designed for big guys. You might look at a "regular" size chair, which probably would be cheaper, too.
Lan the Answer Man
· October 12, 2014
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Hi Christine, I took out the tape measure & it is 24".
Carmen Locascio
· June 13, 2014