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1.A camping chair suitable for adults. The natural color design makes this four-person camping chair fashionable, suitable for all your outdoor life, such as hiking, camping, traveling, fishing or watching your favorite sports events.
2.Bold bracket: The measured bracket can reach 14MM, with high bearing capacity, solidity and stability, and good stability.
3.The perfect gift for anglers, campers and hikers! Ideal for traveling on terraces and lakes, camping, backpacking, stacking courtyards, or just hanging and relaxing.
4.Thickened double-layer Oxford cloth: Upgraded thickened Oxford cloth, wear-resistant, tear-resistant, comfortable and breathable.
5.Lightweight and portable: easy to fold and store, lightweight and practical.

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