Snow Peak | SKU: LV-093-65 Designed in Japan, the 65th Anniversary Luxury Low Beach Chair has natural wood armrests and a canvas seat. The chair is stylish enough for the home or patio, but sturdy enough to withstand the rigors of camp. The Luxury Low Beach Chair features a mesh storage pocket, high-quality wood armrests with a laser-engraved 65th Anniversary logo, and a back that is 7 inches lower than the Low Beach Chair. The Luxury Beach Chair folds into a compact case for efficient storage. SKU LV-093-65 WEIGHT 7.5 lbs (3.4 kg) SIZE L 23" W 26" H 27" Stowed" L 6.3" W 7" H 33" Sitting Height: 12" BEST USE Camping
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Snow Peak was founded in 1958 by accomplished mountaineer Yukio Yamai, eager to create his own line of climbing gear with the mission of bringing people closer to nature. Under the direction of his son, Toru, from 1980 to present day, Snow Peak remains based in Sanjo City, Nigata, Japan, where its 300 acre headquarters includes camp grounds free to the public. The most recent chapter in the brand’s legacy comes from Yukio’s granddaughter Lisa, who launched the fashion-focused Snow Peak Apparel in 2014.