Best Selling Kids Camping Chairs
All the innovation of Kelsyus' Original Canopy Chair, only smaller. Parents love the adjustable sunshade with UV protection; kids love the outdoor folding chair's cup holder, overhead utility pocket, and stylish design. The folded canopy turns into an integrated carry bag, so your child can carry his own chair without ever losing the carry bag. Designed for ages three and older, the Kelsyus Kids Original Canopy Chair's durable steel frame supports up to 75 pounds.
The Moon Camp Chair is an instant kid favorite. As the comfy choice for the camp fire, back yard, play room, and camp site, this outdoor ready chair finally delivers a sturdy, safe, and durable option for kids. Fold it up and slide it into its carry bag for trips. Constructed of double layer 600D Oxford fabric with seat padding and 16mm diameter coated steel frame, the chair can handle kids up to 100 lbs and under 5' tall. The chair is 20" x 16.5" x 20.5" and weights 4 lbs. Lifetime warranty against material defects and workmanship.
Includes 1 chair in random color (brown or orange), for children ages 2-6 and not more than 125 pounds. Approximate Item Dimensions: Seat Measurements: 11 inches high, 11 inches deep, 14 inches wide. 25 inches wide at the widest point (arm rests), 24 inches tall overall, Back: 13 inches wide, 13 inches high. Features a moose design on a durable fabric, with mesh cup holder in arm rest. This kids chair meets all new standards for children's furniture safety, including phthalate free fabric with locking leg system.
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It’s a funny thing about children: they don’t really respond well when treated as small adults. They need their own age- and size-appropriate belongings: clothes, furniture, reading materials and yes, their outdoor gear. Some things can do double duty for adults and children: items that don’t depend on fit or stability or safety. But you and your family will have a far better time on the camping trip if your kids have their own “stuff.” Camping chairs and camping tents for kids are two things I would consider essential.
Start with the seating arrangements: kids’ camping chairs are readily available and are well worth the expense when you consider safety and durability. Kids don’t move in and on a folding chair the way adults do, and manufacturers who take design for children seriously will help you avoid a lot of hazards.
The fruit juice box holder on a kids’ camping chair is nice but not necessary. But there are other more serious features on a kids model than just the holder or toy pocket. And even beyond the character chair decorations and themes (Sponge Bob, anyone?), there are safety features as well as aesthetic considerations that make buys a kids camp chair for a kid a wise move.
Stability is always a safety feature, and size appropriateness is the start to stability in any folding piece of furniture. If your four year old child tries to climb up in a Papa Bear chair, there is too much room to rock and roll and tumble. With a kid camp chair, the child’s weight is forced, by the size restriction, to the center of the chair and is balanced equitably on all four of the supporting legs.
Check the supporting frame of the kids camp chairs you consider. The frame design should enhance stability by the engineering of the weight bearing portion. Check for the strength of the seating and backing material – good quality chairs will also be able to double as kids’ beach chairs. And for smaller children, be sure to double check any meshing used: woven patterns that are too large will provide too many chances for small fingers to push through and get pinched or twisted.
Along with the frame, check for the manufacturer’s weight limit specifications. For adult chairs, the heavier the allowable weight load, the sturdier the chair. But for kids we want age and size appropriateness. So for a four year old child, you don’t need a 100 pound weight limit chair. Shop carefully and match the item you purchase with the child you are purchasing for.
Amenities and options are great, and a Jeff Gordon logo makes the chair fun. But when you shop for kids camping chairs, the bottom line must be safety. If you have a safe chair, then you have a good buy.
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