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Camping chairs can be one of the trickiest pieces of gear to get just right. Over the years we’ve tried lots. Many are simply uncomfortable, some seem to be built as disposable items, while others leave little room in your 4WD to pack much else.

Snow Peak Red Folding Chair

Over the last few years, we’ve been extensively using the Snow Peak Low Chair. It’s an impressive chair, so we were keen to see if Snow Peak’s Red Folding Chair was equally good.

Snow Peak Red Folding Chair

The Snow Peak Red Folding Chair is designed in a simple director style, and it’s surprisingly comfortable and supportive. This chair is higher off the ground than their Low Chair, and slightly more upright, which some people may prefer. 

Snow Peak Red Folding Chair
Snow Peak Red Folding Chair

The chair is well built with an aluminium tubing frame, cast zinc joints, and durable canvas seating. They’re durable, much like the rest of Snow Peak‘s gear.

Snow Peak Red Folding Chair

By folding the back down, and then the arms outward, these chairs are quickly stowed. A button holds the arms closed, and there is a convenient webbing carry handle up top.

Snow Peak Red Folding Chair
Snow Peak Red Folding Chair
Snow Peak Red Folding Chair
Snow Peak Red Folding Chair

They weigh 3.5kg and when stowed they measure 690mm x 580 mm x 110mm. 

Snow Peak Red Folding Chair

The Snow Peak Red Folding Chair is one of their most entry level chairs from a price point, but it’s an impressively simple and comfortable piece of gear. 

Snow Peak Red Folding Chair

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Mike Collister

Mike Collister

Mike has spent his life outdoors - he has represented Australia as a slalom kayaker, guided whitewater expeditions in Nepal, and taught outdoor education and wilderness medicine. He’s paddled the Kimberley’s Fitzroy River in the wet season and across the Bass Strait, and is an avid photographer, overlander and camper.
Mike Collister