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Score Product Price Our Take
ALPS Mountaineering King Kong $70
Editors' Choice Award
Although heavy, this robust model provides years of high-comfort seating at camps or soccer games.
Eureka Curvy High-Back $80
Falling just behind our favorite model overall, this large and comfy chair is an excellent choice for outdoor seating.
Kijaro Dual Lock Folding Chair $40
Best Buy Award
Versatile, supportive, and lightweight, this high value chair is ready for outdoor concerts, sporting events, and campsites.
Big Agnes Helinox Chair One $100
Top Pick Award
Earning a perfect score for portability, this competitor scores above average in all metrics.
Kelty Low-Love Seat $100
Top Pick Award
Though heavy and large, this chair is sure to be a favorite at your next outing!
REI Camp X $40
A solid and inexpensive option for carrying your camp seating longer distances.
Big Agnes Helinox Chair Zero $120
Comfort and durability in a tiny, compact package!
REI Camp Stowaway Low $45
Drying quickly and providing comfort for hours, this somewhat portable model is perfect for the beach.
REI Co-op Flexlite $80
Tall and breathable but twists easily and sinks into soft soils.
Coleman Oversize Quad with Cooler $35
A solid option for a occasional use without costing a bomb, plus lots of storage space and a built-in mini cooler.
Moon Lence $37
Best Buy Award
A decently comfortable chair that's still affordable on a tight budget.
Onepack Ultralight $39
This hybrid chair combines the larger features of a traditional camping chair with the lighter weight of a portable camping chair.
Alite Mantis $120
This is a fine chair, but for the price tag, we expected much higher performance.
Therm-a-Rest Treo $100
The negatives outweigh the positives with this model, as its great portability don't make up for its instability.
Caravan Sports Infinity Zero Gravity $40
Though not the most portable or durable chair, the Caravan lets you recline for a low price.
Sport-Brella Recliner $60
We liked the idea of this chair much more than the actual product, which fared the poorest of all in our tests.