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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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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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No. Actually it is black and gray.
Anita P
· November 21, 2013
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Sit upright if you sit all the way back your feet will be dangling unless you're 6' 4" you want to sit with your feet on the ground law bar that runs across in the front will Diggin underneath your legs after a while.
Joe Bud
· July 16, 2014
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The tag on the chair says 'Holds up to 325 LB/147.4 KG" though the listing states 300 LB.
Christine King
· June 13, 2017
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The seat is 17.5" above the ground or floor.
Campmor
Seller · October 6, 2016
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the seat is 24" from the ground
Marie
· June 24, 2017
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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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I don't recall the exact width, but I can tell you it is a very wide chair. I am 6'3 and about 310 pounds and while I bought this chair for someone else should I ever need another one this one will likely be my go too; even for someone my size it was very accommodating.
Peter Bean
· June 3, 2014