Blue Ridge Chair Works Blue Ridge Chair Works BRCH02W The Blue Ridge Chair P1841666 http://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/BLC/BLC-BRCH02W.jpg Blue Ridge Chair Works BRCH02W The Blue Ridge Chair 1841666 15.25lbs 37.00 4.00 17.00
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Blue Ridge Chair Works BRCH02W The Blue Ridge Chair

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  • Model:
    BLC-BRCH02W     Have Questions ?
  • UPC:
    895697000019
  • List Price:
    $58.50
  • Price:
    $77.34
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Discontinued
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Product Description

The ideal chair for people on the go. This simple clever design is the perfect portable chair for an outdoor concert, sporting event, or day at the beach. An adjustable shoulder strap makes it easy to carry. The full length back support offers amazing comfort. Sturdy two-part construction easily holds up to 300 lbs. It takes only seconds to disassemble; making it easy to pack out of your campsite or store away in the car trunk or boat. The finest materials and craftsmanship go into every chair. This chair will offer years of dependable use. The chair weight is 9lbs. Open the chair is 16" wide 24" deep and 29" tall. Closed size is 36" x 16" x 2".

Manufacturer Details

Blue Ridge Chair Works manufactures high quality portable outdoor furniture. Using clever innovative design, the highest quality materials available, and the pride and tradition of southern Appalachian craftsmanship, our furniture delivers amazing comfort and enduring quality that will last for many years.




Product Specifications

ConditionNew
ColorNavy Blue,Atlantic Blue,Forest Green
materialtypeHardwood
AssemblyRequiredNo

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