If you've ever decided not to bring a Crazy Creek because of its unnecessary weight, take another look at the Hex 2.0. Crazy Creek's lightest chair the Hex 2.0 weighs in at 21 ounces. Perfect for Scouters, and other outdoor program leaders who spend a lot of time outside sitting, but also carry their gear with them.
This is Crazy Creek’s lightest chair.
HEX 2.0 chairs roll-up compactly, with their handy attached strap, for ultra-easy carrying. A built-in hanging loop makes clipping to a pack easy. And, they work great as sleeping pads for ultra-light backpacking too. Outstanding comfort on any terrain. Lightweight and easy to carry. Adjustable for a wide range of sitting positions. Protection from wet ground. Insulation from cold & snow. 250 pound weight capacity.
Why sit on a log when you can enjoy the comfy Crazy Creek Hex 2.0 Original chair? At only 1 lb. 5 oz., the Hex 2.0 won't weigh you down, and you'll be happy to have it after a day on the trail.
The Crazy Creek Hex 2.0 Original camp chair is incredibly easy to take on camping trips, day hikes or any other outdoor activities for that matter. It's inner surface is made of water-resistant, breathable nylon; making it easy to keep clean, provide insulation and also completely seal out sand and dirt.
|Additional Info:||Limited Lifetime Warranty|
|Folded dimensions:||4 x 16.5 inches|
|Frame construction:||Carbon fiber stays|
|Seat material(s):||Ripstop nylon|
|Size:||33" x 15.5" (84 x 38 cm)|
|Unfolded dimensions:||16.5 x 15.5 x 16.5 (H x W x D) inches|
|Weight:||1 lb 5 oz / 595 g|
|Weight capacity (lbs):||250 pounds|
|Crazy Creek Hex 2.0 Powerlounger||$69.99 - $72.95|
|Crazy Creek Hex 2.0 LongBack Chair||$54.99 - $55.35|
This is my second crazy creek. My first made it through years of abuse, and will get more after I get around to restitching a strap that broke.
Compared to the old adventure series, this chair is lighter and rolls up more easily, but lacks carry handles. Some times I like to stuff things inside my CC and use it like a basket to carry them around; handles help, but I suppose that I can just sew some in myself.
In general, CCs are awesome; if you spend a lot of time sitting around camp, they're a lot more comfortable than sitting on bare ground. Also, they work as a back-up ground pad if your thermarest decides to deflate.
The Hex 2.0 line from Crazy Creek is the newest version of their light-weight series of camping chairs. This chair rolls up small and tight for carrying or packing to your favorite overlook, stream or campsite. Really lightweight, they are great for concerts or ball games too where you might be sitting on a bench or hard chair. We take ours everywhere.
Here is an informative link to an article and video on "How to buy a backpacking and lightweight camping chair: from Outdoor Gear Lab. The chair the reviewer is holding in the video is the Crazy Creek Hex 2.0 Original Chair.
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This is a solid chair when you are short on space. I use this for events where I'm sitting on bleachers and outdoor concerts. They pack easily into a bag or you can carry them relatively easy. These aren't as good as nicer chairs but for portability, they get the job done.
needs a handle