Crazy Creek HEX 2.0 Chair

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Crazy Creek HEX 2.0 Chair
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Crazy Creek HEX 2.0 Chair -

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.


  • 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.
  • Durable nylon resists wear and moisture absorption
  • Rugged carbon fiber stays and heavy-duty 2 in. nylon webbing reinforcement offer great support and durability
  • Outer shell is made with durable 210-denier coated ripstop nylon that protects against wet ground


  • 8mm-thick, high-density EVA foam provides insulation and padding for the cold, hard ground

Support and Cushioning:

  • High-density cored EVA closed-cell foam offers cushion and a dose of warmth on a chilly evening at a summer concert, campsite, or backyard BBQ
  • Supports body weight up to 250 pounds


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

Weather and Wind:

  • Protection from wet ground. Insulation from cold & snow


  • Durable webbing straps and reinforced wing regions resist breakage and tears


  • Outstanding comfort on any terrain


  • Chair weighs only 1 lb. 5 oz. and rolls up to only 4 in. in diameter for convenient carrying on backpacking trips; includes an attached roll-up strap and a hang loop
  • Roll-up strap and attached loop lets you secure and store the chair when folded


  • 33" x 15.5"
  • Great for day hikes or extended trips
  • Super-compact and portable roll-up-and-secure design means you can bring it along on backpack trips or stash it in the trunk so it's available when you need it
  • The Crazy Creek Hex 2.0 Original chair has a 250 lb. weight capacity
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty.
  • Our most compact and packable model.
  • Adjustable for a wide range of sitting positions
  • 21 oz
Rocky Mountain Trail

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.

The Crazy Creek Hex 2.0 Original Chair is highly packable and great for ultra-light camping. Ideal whenever space and weight are a factor. Also perfect for day hikes - just clip the HEX 2.0 to your pack and go! They work great as sleeping pads for ultra-light backpacking too.


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.
You're not crazy, you simply love to hike, climb, paddle, and chill in the great outdoors, which means the portable, lightweight, and comfy Crazy Creek Hex 2.0 Original Chair is made just for you ... all of those folks who share a similar outlook on life. Top 25 Category Product
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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
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Crazy Creek HEX 2.0 Chair Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

New favorite

This chair may not be for everyone, but I love it so far. I've used my Thermarest in a chair sleeve for years, so I'm already a believer in sitting lower to the ground. Even car camping, I prefer these types of seats. While everyone else is complaining about campfire smoke in their face, it simply goes right over my head. Easier to tend the fire, easier to cook on or near the fire.

What I like about the Crazy Creek over my Thermarest is that I simply unfold it and sit. That's it. No inflating, no worrying about punctures. I like simplicity. The trade-off is width. It's narrower than any sleep pad turned chair. I thought this would be a bigger to deal to me, but so far no complaints about comfort (I'm 5'9" ~170lbs.)

As far as doubling as a sleep pad, I haven't had the opportunity to try it actually camping, but I've tried it at home in a 40 degree bag, and a 15 degree bag. The fit is perfect ~if~ you put it inside your bag. It would be essentially useless outside of it. Too narrow. In no way does it challenge traditional mattresses for comfort. This would be a minimalist, thermal barrier only. The hex lite is just too thin to be considered a mattress. But that's exactly what I plan to use it for, a minimalist thermal barrier (with the added benefit of being a chair!)
HiImMatt at REI on 11/11/2013

Really happy with this chair

When I got the chair I was really nervous about whether or not I was spending too much on something I'd barely use, but I figured I'd give it a shot.

The first day I got it I was blown away!

It is a really well put together and designed product. Not only does it pack really small and light, it is very sturdy and has no problem holding my 200 plus pound frame.

What I really liked is how I didn't feel cramped in it, and could easily adjust the angle of the seat back.

I live in a town with a ton of outdoor concerts and have a hard time sitting on a picnic blanket without getting serious back pain, no longer with this chair!

I've taken it to a stadium and it kept me warm and comfortable instead of cold and miserable sitting on the hard plastic seats.

Because it packs small and light it's perfect to toss in a backpack or pannier for a seat on a bike ride.

Can't wait to take it back country.
SEPortlander at REI on 02/02/2012

Durable, Comfortable and light

Got this for a weekend backpacking trip. Was tired of sitting on logs or the dirt all weekend. I have tried other camp stools but my back is always aching after a long hike and I needed something with back support. I love how light this thing is.

It packs small and you can strap it on the outside of your pack easily. Setup is easy, just unfold it. Then you can adjust the straps to change the seat back angle. Works awesome in a group too. Everyone can adjust it to fit quickly. The added bonus of being able to rock in it is very cool.

I tried it on logs, a picnic bench and the ground. Worked great in every place. The only thing wrong might be that it could use more padding in the bottom area. After a few hours you tend to get numb bottom, but no worse than sitting on a log or the ground and now you get some padding with back support too.
Bri and Chris at REI on 04/04/2012

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.

kenobi_mr at on 07/08/2012

light and compact

It's not the most comfortable crazy creek out there but what little you lack in comfort you make up for in how compact and lightweight it is. If you plan on using a crazy creek type chair the hexalite is the 'best' choice because you can put it inside your pack and it won't take up a lot of room. I'm 6'1 210 and it works well for me, these crazy creeks are probably best suited for someone smaller but it makes your trip much more comfortable when your around the campfire. I haven't put it through must stress yet but i plan to and I feel like it will hold up just fine.
hiker dude at Campmor on 03/03/2011

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.
Here is the link:

Kyle Burgess at on 04/04/2012

Better than expected

I thought it looked cheesy but decided to try it, and it turns out it was a lot more comfortable than I expected. I don't really consider a chair a must-take item on a backpacking trip, although sitting on rocks or the dirt gets old after awhile, and being able to lean back in this thing is really nice.

It doesn't weigh too much, and is something you'd just strap it onto the outside of your pack or something.

It's advertised as also being usable as a minimalist sleeping pad but I haven't tried it that way yet.
WowThereAreLotsOfDaves at REI on 08/08/2013

Yellowstone worthy!!

I LOVE HIGH QUALITY GEAR! I got this just in time for an 11 day backcountry trip to the Northeast region of Yellowstone N.P. and it was the perfect "comfort item" in my bag. It rolls down to a small diameter and can easily packed into the bag. It was great having a nice chair to sit in by the fire while eating dinner after some very long days. A great item to add to any outdoor enthusiast's gear collection. The product is very well made and will last thru many adventures.
Duetothru at Campmor on 10/10/2010


Before getting this chair I would find myself pretty uncomfortable in the backcountry after a long day on the trail. This chair gives an alternative to laying down in the dirt or getting in the tent. It's light enough to justify carrying, and it really helps with back comfort. There are others that are quite heavy. The only thing I don't like about it is trivial, and that is that there is a handle/strap to bundle it up that is not attached to the chair. It's black and it WILL get lost.
MoCo at Campmor on 10/10/2010

Saved my Butt!

Like I said, this chair saved my butt!. If you don't take this out in the woods you're either crazy or a masochist. After a 7 day / 6 night trip through Pictured Rocks this chair did it all. From trail lunches, to the beach to the fire pit at night this thing is awsome. My only complaint, (it's a minor one), is that I'm a little broad shouldered and tall in the body, as such I could use a little taller and wider version.
Jonny at Campmor on 08/08/2012

Neutral Reviews:

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.

Shawn Craig at on 07/02/2013

Campmor weight is accurate

Campmor's weight of one pound, five ounces is NOT a misprint. It's exactly correct. Don't believe Crazy Creek's claim of 14.8 oz., which is also repeated on .It's a nice camp chair, and well made, but I was disappointed about the weight, since I bought it for back packing.
Harrison Bergeron at Campmor on 03/03/2011

good buy

So far so good.
tn hiker at Campmor on 11/11/2013

needs a handle

dra3675973 at on 01/19/2013