Big Agnes

Skyline UL Stool

Colour: Schwarz
  • DE: Kostenloser Versand £50+


  • EU: Keine Zollgebühren. Bestellungen an Sie geliefert verzollt

Ultralight backpacking perch

A camp chair can make a huge difference to the comfort of your campsite, but it’s a luxury that few ultralight backpackers can afford, due to their prohibitive weight and bulk when packed. Which usually means making do with the corner of a foam sleeping mat, spreading out your waterproof shell or just sucking it up and sitting on the cold, damp, muddy ground. There is a solution though –all you need to do is look to the skyline. Not literally. We mean this ultralight, minimalist camp stool from Big Agnes, which offers a far superior alternative to sitting in the dirt, with a rucksack-friendly packed size and a total weight of under 500g. It’s quick and simple to set up for maximum efficiency too

    • 1lb (482g) ultralight stool offers a comfortable seat when packing light 
    • Fully shock-corded architecture for simple set up and break down 
    • Colour-coded frame for easy set up
    • Self-equalising centre pole levels chair on uneven ground 
    • Patented frame construction 
    • Carry bag included
  • Trail Weight 482 g
    Packed Weight 539 g
    Packed Size 9 x 9 x 30 cm
    Seat Height 38 cm
    Back Height 41 cm
    Width 53 cm
    Depth 34 cm
    Capacity 113 kg
    • Robic™ nylon with polyester ripstop and waterproof UTS coating
    • Pole System: Aluminium
  • Big Agnes is a small, independent US outdoor brand out of Steamboat Springs, Colorado – a small ski-town that we’ve never visited but which we like to imagine is full of mountain-loving, trail-hiking outdoorsy types. That would make sense, since the company makes some of the best ultralight backpacking gear around, including the award-winning Copper Spur, Tiger Wall and Fly Creek tents. It is kit that has clearly been designed by a gang of folks who love sleeping in the dirt just as much as we do here at WildBounds.

    Oh, and if you’re still wondering where the heck that name Big Agnes comes from, we did try to find out. Depending on who you talk to, it’s either an affectionate tribute to a legendary truck drivin’ mountain mama, or a 12,000 foot peak in the Mount Zirkel Wilderness. We kinda like the first one better.

Super compact in its stuff sack it - a great companion on the trail or at the tailgate

-Mack, Verified Buyer


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