Hiking allows you to bring along whatever you can carry on your back. For those who like to stop and enjoy nature, it helps to have a place to sit that is not on the ground. Carrying a chair is not exactly ideal, but taking a lightweight portable chair may be. Some easily attach to your pack, while others are light enough you won't mind carrying them if need be. The best part is that you do not have to sacrifice comfort for the weight.
REI Camp Stowaway Chair
This chair weighs in at 2.27 Kilogram 255gr, making it great for hikers. A steel and aluminium frame make this a sturdy chair with a capacity up to 113 Kilogram. The arm rests feature soft foam and the chair features a mesh back. This chair also comes with a carry bag featuring a mesh side to keep it dry. The bag features a shoulder strap for easy carrying. Affordable, this is a consumer favourite based on the ratings.
REI Trail Stool
This stool is very affordable and weighs in at around 1 pound, making it lightweight and portable. You can strap it on your pack with ease. The legs are aluminium, making it sturdy but also lightweight. The seat is made of polyester and the stool sits 15 inches high, so it is easy to get on and off. Maximum capacity is 102 Kilogram.
REI Trail Chair
The trail chair weighs in at less than 0.907 Kilogram and folds for easy transporting. Handles are attached to make for easy carrying or strapping to a backpack. The chair has adjustable side straps allowing you to set your preferred angle. Sturdy, yet lightweight, it's made of ripstop polyester and fibreglass.
Cabela's Seclusion 3D Gobbler Lounger
Weighing a little more than 2.95 Kilogram, this chair is portable and great for tall people. It features a high back, so those 6 feet and taller can sit comfortably. The lounger features a carry strap and folds easily for portable manoeuvring. The front legs are longer than the back, making it ideal for any type of terrain.
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