Crazy Creek HexaLite 2.0 PowerLounger

Priced: $54.99 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 1 review.
Crazy Creek HexaLite 2.0 PowerLounger
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Color: Black / Royal
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Crazy Creek HexaLite 2.0 PowerLounger -
The Crazy Creek HexaLite 2.0 PowerLounger is not only one of the most comfortable camp chairs you'll ever sit in, it also can double as a sleeping pad when you're in the backcountry. And it rolls up to only 5 1/2 inches in diameter for easy transport and storage.


  • Outer shell of durable 210D coated custom ripstop nylon protects from wet ground.
  • Virtually unbreakable carbon-fiber stays.Tight-knit nylon webbing for superior tensile strength.
  • Inner surface of water-resistant, breathable 70D coated custom ripstop nylon is more durable, easy to keep clean, provides better insulation and is totally sealed from sand and dirt.


  • Chair doubles as a sleeping pad for ultra-light backpacking.

Support and Cushioning:

  • Bottom flap folds in for extra seat cushioning or out for lounging.


  • 8mm high-density cored EVA closed-cell foam provides more insulation and comfort without added bulk.


  • Extra width and back height for more expansive comfort.


  • Handy attached roll-up strap and hanging loop.


  • Reinforced wing connection for durability.
  • Rolls up to only 5.5 in. diameter.
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Size:53.5 x 17.5 in.; Weight

Crazy Creek HexaLite 2.0 PowerLounger Review:


Rest your weary bones or buns :)

Gave this chair to my son for Christmas, he's delighted! He can't wait to use it on his next Scouting trip. It is lightweight, easy to setup and takedown. If my 11 yr old can figure it out, you'll be able to also! Rolls up tight for easy attachment to his backpack.
Roy the Scout at Campmor on 01/01/2014